We provide orthodontics for all age groups (6 years upwards). Orthodontics is provided privately (not on the NHS). There are broadly three types of orthodontics:
This is the assessment of the development of a child’s facial structures and the provision, if necessary, of devices or appliances that can help to guide the development.
Comprehensive orthodontics is ‘text-book’ orthodontics aimed at achieving ‘ideal’ results for patients according to agreed-upon objectives. This would be done primarily for young patients (teenagers and young adults) so that it’s done ‘properly’ and for adults who are willing to undergo the lengthier treatment times and costs.
Invisalign is like wearing braces, except no braces are needed—or seen. This system tosses out the metal wires and brackets and uses clear, medical-grade plastic aligners in their place. These aligners are designed specifically for you, so they fit directly over the teeth, avoiding any gaps that would make them visible to those around you. This means that your treatment will only be between us and you.