Best orthodontic treatment

We can advise on the best orthodontic solutions to crooked teeth, usually using braces and aligners, of which there are many different options that your dentist will discuss with you in detail.

Early orthodontic treatment can help to guide the growth of the lower jaw, creating facial symmetry; correct bad oral habits such as thumb sucking; create room to guide permanent teeth into a more favourable position and reduce the treatment time with braces.

Orthodontic options

Self ligating braces

Clear braces

Lingual braces


Early orthodontic treatment

Details of the orthodontic fees: click here

Information: Many people have crowded or crooked teeth, or their teeth don’t meet correctly when they bite. These problems can mean the teeth are more likely to become damaged or put a strain on jaw muscles. In some cases, abnormal development of the teeth and jaw can affect the shape of the face. Problems with crooked and out-of-place teeth are quite common in the UK. It’s thought around a third of 12-year-olds would benefit from some degree of orthodontic treatment. NHS Choices

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