Discover all of our available orthodontic treatments, and how they can help you achieve a straighter, more confident smile.
To be an orthodontist, a dentist must undergo a much more in-depth learning process. This training ensures that they are able to provide the highest level of orthodontic treatment possible. Our specialist team has years of experience and can offer their service to even the most difficult of cases. This means that there isn’t anyone who can’t have the smile that they have always desired.
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Invisalign treatment is a fantastic alternative to traditional braces. Our patients see a dramatic change in their smile for the better. This small yet effective plastic aligner offers the same effects as traditional braces with the added bonus of a more comfortable and natural look to your smile during the treatment phase. This is the next step in brace technology and is already one of the UK’s most popular orthodontic treatments.
Find out more about Invisalign braces.
Discolouration or stains on your teeth can cause you to be unhappy with your smile. Treatments such as teeth whitening can brighten your teeth and help give you a more confident smile. This treatment is a great compliment to orthodontics, providing you with a straighter and whiter smile.
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Clear braces consist of a series of aligners, implemented through a treatment plan designed just for you. The initial stage of this process involves us taking moulds to create bespoke aligners specifically for your smile.
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A gap between the teeth, a condition also known as a diastema, is a very common dental problem. There are many reasons why a gap can occur in your smile. Natural occurrences of gaps are caused by teeth which are too small for the jawbone, and missing or undersized teeth.
Find out more about fixing gaps in smiles using Space Closure Orthodontics.
There are various methods used by dentists to speed up orthodontic treatment. Your ideal treatment will be completed in a length of time that is suitable for you, but by employing accelerated orthodontics, treatment time can be improved.
Find out more about Accelerated Orthodontics.
Early treatment of oral problems for children can help improve their dental health later in life. There are a number of signs to look out for to find out if your child needs orthodontics.
Find out more about Orthodontics for Children.
Many people believe that orthodontic treatment is only eligible for children or young adults, but by using the latest technology and techniques we can straighten your teeth and help give you a healthy smile no matter your age.
Find out more about adult orthodontics.
By booking a free no-obligation consultation, an experienced orthodontist can give you a professional analysis of your dental needs and provide a treatment plan. This is also a great chance for you to meet the team and talk about the treatment options available.
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Invisible braces are a popular orthodontic option, providing a comfortable and flexible treatment which can resolve many different problems. This advanced technology has been used by many to provider their dream smile, and it can help you on your journey as well.
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As a modern orthodontic practice, we use the latest orthodontic technologies in order to improve our patient satisfaction. Digital impressions using the iTero Element Scanner means that we can provide more accurate treatments, and improve the comfort of our patients. In addition, these 3D scans can be used by the orthodontist to take you through the steps needed to straighten your teeth and provide you with your dream smile.
Find out more about 3D Optical Scanning.
Without retainers your teeth will gradually relapse, returning to their original positions. Wearing a retainer can help you maintain your newly straightened teeth, and avoid future treatment. A retainer can also be used as a tray for treatments such as whitening.
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In severe cases, surgical orthodontics, or orthognathic surgery, is required to treat problems with a patients teeth. If braces cannot correct the issue or achieve desired results, surgical orthodontics can be used to prepare your jaw for further treatment.
Find out more about Surgical Orthodontics.
Looking for the smile you’ve always dreamt of? Lingual Braces could be just what you’re looking for. This innovative method works to adjust your teeth from behind the teeth and gums, making it almost invisible to the naked eye when looking straight on. A quick consultation with one of our orthodontists will be able to tell you whether this treatment is right for you.
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Hidden braces are a form of orthodontic treatment that does its work behind your teeth. By being fitted to the back of your teeth, they are almost invisible to other people, which means you can straighten your teeth discretely.
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It’s important to have confidence in your smile, such as the added confidence that a straighter smile can give. Six Months Smiles offer this fantastic transformation in your smile in just “Six Months” and addresses the appearance of traditional braces by having clear braces and tooth coloured wire to make it less noticeable.
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Visiting the orthodontist enables you to receive necessary and effective treatment. Doing this can offer you a range of additional benefits to your health in addition to the expected improvements for your teeth. Deciding to seek this treatment is good for enhancing your dental health and obtaining the aesthetically pleasing smile you would like.
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Orthodontics can correct a range of orthodontic problems, including incorrect bites, gaps between teeth, and overcrowding. If you're worried about how your smile looks, are experiencing pain due to overcrowding, or have issues with speaking or eating, then orthodontics may be able to help.
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Being referred by your dentist to an orthodontist is no cause for concern. Orthodontic specialists are able to make expert decisions on what is best for your smile, and your dental health. Your dentist can refer you for overcrowded teeth, overbite, underbite, and unevenly spaced teeth; all of which can cause problems with your oral hygiene.
Find out more about Orthodontic Referrals.