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My treatment has been sailing along marvellously, thanks to Philip. I can hardly believe that it was time to put the final wire in the upper arch this week. So in it went, I hardly felt it, but later on eating dinner…. along came the pain…

Ouch! This one hurts… Lucky I have a day off today, enough time to make porridge nice and soft to eat and perfect for these chilly September mornings. I’m pitched up in The Shrewsbury Coffee House nursing a latte, and still too stubborn to take pain killers (I like to know what’s going on with my teeth) I know it ll be fine by tomorrow. It s not so bad knowing the end is almost insight and my teeth are inching closer to perfection

The lowers are not too bad we have to close some spaces using elastics and a slightly lighter wire. I’ll be watching the elastics change from white to murky yellow. (Will have to bribe Phillip to change them regularly for me).

We are busier than ever now at Belmont; the summer holidays are over and we re back in work mode. Reflecting on my holiday photos my Clarity Advanced are barely visible but some patients prefer complete discretion. I have just joined The British Lingual Orthodontic Society the next meeting s coming up soon so I ll discover what s new in the lingual world. Lingual braces are completely hidden from view making them the most aesthetic treatment option available at Belmont.

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