Dr Guy Deeming from Queensway Orthodontics has joined the group of specialist orthodontists leading the way in providing virtually invisible orthodontic treatments, such as Invisalign, as an option for patients.
He will be the only member from the north east in the TIO network.
Guy said: ‘I am thrilled to be part of the TIO as it is a wonderful way to develop the practise to realise the full potential of the Invisalign appliance for patients, some of whom may have been told they are not suitable for the treatment in the past.
‘I am delighted to represent the north east region within TIO as it becomes a more active and well-known brand within the orthodontic community and general public.’
As a member of TIO, Guy and the Queensway orthodontic team can now further develop and share its expertise using the Invisalign appliance, and offer even more to patients across the region who want to achieve a winning smile without the need for visible fixed braces.
Working with other members of TIO, Guy now participates and contributes to training and networking events, as well as continuing to develop the skills of the Queensway orthodontic team of nurses and orthodontic therapists.
Guy added: ‘There is a real synergy from working with the TIO network, enabling us to share best practise and new ideas, pushing the limits of what we can achieve for our patients.’
Dr Grant Duncan, co-founder of TIO, said: ‘We are delighted that an orthodontist of Dr Deeming’s expertise and experience has joined the TIO network.
‘By bringing together orthodontists from around the country and world with a special interest in Invisalign allows patients to get the best possible outcome for their smile correction.’
Dr Guy Deeming is a specialist orthodontist registered with the General Dental Council and is a platinum certified Invisalign provider.
He sits on the Clinical Advisory Board for Invisalign as well as the Orthodontic Specialist Group, the Conference and Meetings Committees of the British Orthodontic Society and the editorial board of the Orthodontic Practice Journal.
He is also a visiting specialist to the Orthodontic Department at Newcastle Dental Hospital.