Category “Dr. Raha Sepehrara”

I have damaged my front teeth but I do not have a dentist, what should I do?

August 10th, 2012
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I have recently returned from living overseas and as of yet I do not have a dentist.
Whilst living abroad I fell down a set of stairs at home and cracked my front two teeth at the bottom. At first I didn’t see the cracks as they are almost invisible but as they were causing me pain I looked in more depth and spotted the cracks.
What is the best treatment for these? So, far I have been cautious when eating hard foods but it is starting to take over my life.Locally there are no dental surgeries as i live in a small village but the private clinics in the bigger cities seem overwhelming and I haven’t got a clue about any of the treatments available Any advice would be great!

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Dr Raha Sepehrara

Dental Suite
3 Rutland Street, Leicester City Centre, LE1 1RB
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I have been told that I am not suitable for the Inman Aligner, what brace would you recommend?

May 28th, 2012
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I have been told that I am not suitable for the inman aligner brace because my tooth condition is too severe. The dentist I visited then proceeded to list some of the other braces they offered that would be suitable. I nodded along but it all sounded a bit confusing to me and I’m not really sure what to go back to him with. Would you be able to let me know of any braces alternatives when the Inman aligner is unsuitable because the tooth condition is too severe? I mean, my teeth aren’t in the worst state of alignment but obviously too much for this appliance.

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Dr Raha Sepehrara

Dental Suite
3 Rutland Street, Leicester City Centre, LE1 1RB
Web: www.dental-suite.co.uk Tel: 0116 255 4373

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Is the Inman Aligner the best most cost effective brace available?

May 28th, 2012
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Does it seem likely that I will be able to have straight teeth in 6 months with the inman aligner? My front teeth are gappy and a little buck and i would really just like to smile again without feeling embarrassed and having to hide behind my hand. My teeth are in good health and I have never even had a filling but i have never really been happy with my smile ever since I got my adult teeth. I now have the money I need to have treatment, but I just need to know where to start to get treatment. TBH the cheaper the brace the better, but that being said I wouldn’t want to skimp on quality. From what i have seen the inman aligner is very well priced, do you think i will be able to have my teeth straightened with the inman aligner?

thank you

dr raha sepehrara

Dr Raha Sepehrara

Dental Suite
3 Rutland Street, Leicester City Centre, LE1 1RB
Web: www.dental-suite.co.uk Tel: 0116 255 4373

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What are the best treatments for making my teeth straight and white?

May 28th, 2012
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Hi,
I watched a programme on TV where a lady had style makeover which included getting a makeover of sorts on her teeth. I really would like a similar thing, she had crooked front teeth and they were dirty looking and after her teeth makeover her teeth were lovely looking, straight and really white. where can I get this kind of thing done?The main thing is I want my teeth straightened so I do want an Inman aligner, do you think this will work and how long do I need to wear it?
I like the idea of it as it seems discreet, I feel embarrassed having a brace at 36 years of age. Would you b able to recommend where i could get the treatments?

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Dr Raha Sepehrara

Dental Suite
3 Rutland Street, Leicester City Centre, LE1 1RB
Web: www.dental-suite.co.uk Tel: 0116 255 4373

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Would the Inman aligner work for straightening bottom front teeth?

May 28th, 2012
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Hello, i hope you can help me

I would like to know about the inman aligner for straightening bottom front teeth. I’ve seen in the videos that it is used for top teeth but the problem I have is with the bottom teeth and just wondered if it was possible to use the inman aligner to achieve the straightening I want?

I was unsure whether it would be too bulky for the bottom teeth but you are the expert so you would obviously know a lot better. If the inman aligner isn’t the best brace for me what would say was?

I would really love to have straighter teeth so any help you give would be brilliant.

thank you

dr raha sepehrara

Dr Raha Sepehrara

Dental Suite
3 Rutland Street, Leicester City Centre, LE1 1RB
Web: www.dental-suite.co.uk Tel: 0116 255 4373

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Is it possible to push teeth forward with the Inman aligner?

February 9th, 2012
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Is it possible to push teeth FORWARD with the inman aligner? I have teeth that kind of slant inwards, which has always made me look a little ratty. I of course would like to change this and because the inman aligner has a bar along the front and back I was kinda hoping that it would be the best solution for me? What do you think-am I barking up the wrong tree? :)

if I am can you tell me what brace is the best brace for me to straighten out my particular problem?

thank you for your time Doctor Sepehrara

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Dr Raha Sepehrara

Dental Suite
3 Rutland Street, Leicester City Centre, LE1 1RB
Web: www.dental-suite.co.uk Tel: 0116 255 4373

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My daughter has had the Inman Aligner for two days and still finds it painful, what can she do?

January 16th, 2012
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My daughter had an inman aligned fitted two days ago and it is really painful to take out . The two teeth that are being moved are very sensitive around the gum and she feels the teeth feel wobbly, and she can’t bite into anything when it’s out.she almost fainted with the pain trying to take it out this morning.is this normal, her own dentist is closed today, and we have no one to find out if this is normal .Can they be fitted too tight? It’s the pain of getting them over the plastic bars behind her teeth that is causing the most pain. While in situ it is fairly comfortable.

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Dr Raha Sepehrara

Dental Suite
3 Rutland Street, Leicester City Centre, LE1 1RB
Web: www.dental-suite.co.uk Tel: 0116 255 4373

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Would I be better getting veneers or braces for my ‘gappy’ smile?

January 13th, 2012
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I have a problem I would very much appreciate your assistance with. It is that I would like to change my front gappy teeth that have small gaps in beetween the top 4 teeth and i would like the confidence to be able to smile again. I’ll admit also that they are not as white as i would like as well. I am seriously thinking about getting dental veneers but would like to know what you think iwould be the best option for me i would also like to know the cost and where is the best place to get treatment. I am willing to send pictures Thanks for you time and help doctor sepehrara

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Dr Raha Sepehrara

Dental Suite
3 Rutland Street, Leicester City Centre, LE1 1RB
Web: www.dental-suite.co.uk Tel: 0116 255 4373

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My teeth don’t meet together when I smile, can the Inman Aligner treat this?

January 13th, 2012
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Can the Aligner straighten teeth that don’t meet together when I smile? There is a significant amount of space left in between my front teeth, neither are they straight, only my back teeth meet. My smile lets me down a lot, I like to take care of my looks but feeling like I can’t even smile has affected my confidence so much, I’m so frustrated trying to find a solution, I’ve looked at porcelain veneers, regular braces and composite resin but I just don’t know where I’m supposed to start, please help.
Thanks

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Dr Raha Sepehrara

Dental Suite
3 Rutland Street, Leicester City Centre, LE1 1RB
Web: www.dental-suite.co.uk Tel: 0116 255 4373

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My aligner is still hurting my mouth after 2 weeks, is this normal?

November 22nd, 2011
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my teeth and mouth feel pretty sore after my first 2 weeks with the aligner and i am worreid that it isn’t going to subside. is it usual to have the mouth and teeth still hurting after the first couple of weeks? I have to admit that it isn’t as painful as it was right at the start, but i just keep cutting my gums on the braces, which im worried will become infected. Is there anything that i can do to ease the pain of the braces and stop them cutting into my gums? Im using corsodol mouthwash, to protect my gums, but that is pretty painful in itself to be honest

thanks for your help Doctor

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Dr Raha Sepehrara

Dental Suite
3 Rutland Street, Leicester City Centre, LE1 1RB
Web: www.dental-suite.co.uk Tel: 0116 255 4373

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