If only everyone’s teeth could be straight and aligned, but sadly this isn’t always the case. Teeth have an unfortunate habit of deciding to go in the wrong direction, or sometimes there are just too many teeth to fit comfortably in the mouth. This can cause discomfort, especially when eating, and make a person feel self-conscious about their smile. At Parmar Dental we offer a range of orthodontics treatments to help realign teeth and gently guide them back into their correct position.
Sometimes patients who want orthodontic treatment are dissuaded from doing so because of the thought of wearing unsightly and uncomfortable metal braces. However, today’s braces are clear and discreet so no one need ever know you are even wearing them.
At Parmar Dental, Southend-On-Sea we are pleased to offer Invisalign®- the invisible way to straighten teeth. Invisalign® uses clear, removable braces/aligners to straighten your teeth without the need for metal wires or brackets. As you replace the aligner every two weeks your teeth move very gently and gradually, week-by-week, into their desired final position. You will be in safe hands at Parmar Dental. Dr Ramesh Parmar has been an orthodontist for over 30 years and has completed thousands of orthodontic treatments! He also works in the Southend Hospital Orthodontic Department working on more complex orthodontic cases.
Everyone’s orthodontic needs are different, so to find out which treatment is most suitable for you, talk to us today about a FREE orthodontic consultation to get those misaligned teeth back where they belong.
The NHS and Public Health England (PHE) are extremely well prepared for outbreaks of new infectious diseases. The NHS has put in place measures to ensure the safety of all patients and NHS staff while also ensuring services are available to the public as normal.
The risk to the general public is moderate. If you have arrived back to the UK from mainland China, Thailand, Japan, Republic of Korea, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Singapore, Malaysia or Macau within 14 days, follow the specific advice for returning travellers.
Call 111 now if you've been:
Do not go to a GP surgery, community pharmacy or hospital. Call 111, stay indoors and avoid close contact with other people.
Further information is available on nhs.uk.
Like the common cold, coronavirus infection usually occurs through close contact with a person with novel coronavirus via cough and sneezes or hand contact. A person can also be infected by touching contaminated surfaces if they do not wash their hands.
The risk of being in close contact with a person with coronavirus or contaminated surfaces is very low at the current time, as members of the public who have visited Wuhan or Hubei province, China are currently in isolation.
Testing of suspected coronavirus cases is carried out in line with strict regulations. This means that suspected cases are kept in isolation, away from public areas of the hospital and returned home also in isolation. Any equipment that come into contact with suspected cases are thoroughly cleaned as appropriate. Specific guidance has also been shared with NHS staff to help safeguard them and others. Patients can be reassured that their safety is a top priority, and are encouraged to attend all appointments as usual.
Everyone is being reminded to follow Public Health England advice to: