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Keeping your beautiful smile after treatment

Continue to smile with a choice of retainers from Smile 101

Following orthodontic treatment, your teeth will naturally want to move back to their original position. Wearing retainers will prevent this happening and keep your teeth in the perfect position.

Vivera Retainers

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Vivera Retainers


Like Invisalign, Vivera are custom made especially for each individual patient. You are provided with three sets and they are made using:

  • Most advanced technology
  • 3D digital imaging
  • Clear thermoplastic material
  • Advanced fabrication technology

The combination of all of this technology enables the Vivera to not only be strong and almost invisible but also to have a precise fit.

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A  fixed bonded retainer is a small custom made wire fitted on the tongue (back) side of the front teeth on completion of the orthodontic treatment. It is completely hidden and will ensure the teeth remain in the same position.

Smile 101 recommends the bonded retainer fitted on a long-term basis and should be used in conjunction with a removable retainer.

  • Biting into pens, pencils, apples or raw carrots should be avoided to prevent breakage
  • The area should be kept clean by brushing and regular hygienist
  • The use of inter dental brushes instead of flossing.
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Clear removable retainers covering all of the teeth, custom made and worn full-time for 6 months then reduced to night time. This will ensure teeth do not move back to their original position.

  • ‘Retainer Brite’  is the recommended cleaning product to keep retainers sparkling clean!
  • Don’t use hot water, as the retainers will distort.
  • Avoid cleaning with toothpaste as the retainers can become cloudy.
  • Keep retainers in a box to avoid loss or breakage when not being worn.
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This is the most common retainer and is made of a metal wire that surrounds the teeth, keeping them in place. The wire is rooted to a piece of specially moulded acrylic, which resides in the palate or floor of the mouth.

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