Transform your smile with private orthodontics

Orthodontics is an effective treatment option to correct a smile, a misaligned bite, crooked or spaced teeth, impacted teeth and other conditions. No matter what age, adults or children, it is never too late to consider orthodontic treatment and perfect your smile!

Traditional to (almost) invisible treatment options

The thought of having visible braces for a period of time that could run to two or three years is naturally off-putting to some, we understand that. However, braces do not have to be the metal brackets and stainless steel wires you might be picturing, they can be far more discreet and almost clear. The Orthodontists at our practice in London will discuss the range of orthodontic appliances available to you at your initial consultation. We embrace new technology and continue to evolve in our selection of appliances to offer you the best treatment options.

  • Traditional Fixed Braces

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    Also know as “labial braces”, these braces are directly bonded to the outside surfaces of the teeth and may be clear, ceramic or metallic (with or without colours which may be changed at each visit).

  • Fixed Lingual Braces

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    Lingual braces are placed behind teeth making them invisible to the eye of the onlooker. Some patients even opt for a combination of labial (outside) braces on the bottom teeth and lingual (inside) braces on the top teeth.

  • Invisalign

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    Invisalign treatment consists of a series of nearly invisible, removable aligners that you change every two weeks for the next set of aligners. Each aligner is individually manufactured for your teeth and offers a much more discreet solution than traditional braces.

  • Children's Braces

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    Should my child see an orthodontist? It is never too late to consider orthodontic treatment and certainly any parent who has concerns about their children’s teeth, no matter their age, can consider having a consultation.

Should I see a dentist or orthodontist for braces?

An Orthodontist (or Specialist in Orthodontics) will have undertaken and completed a minimum of three years of full-time specialist training after practicing as a general dentist for several years.

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    This specialist training is extensive and intensive involving thousands of hours dedicated to the areas of craniofacial growth and development, smile aesthetics, tooth movement, orthodontic case assessment, treatment planning, and treatment execution.

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    An experienced orthodontist will not only be able to carry out a thorough assessment of the work required on your teeth but they will also know what the best treatment for you is, not just what an acceptable treatment may be.

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    All orthodontists were dentists first, although a general dentist is not an orthodontist. This is the result of those three extra years studying. Along with experience, it creates expertise: a deep level of knowledge and familiarity with orthodontic principles and practices.

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