What Is Short-Term Orthodontics? Posted on: August 2, 2017

Short-term orthodontics

  Braces can achieve dramatic and sometimes life-changing transformations. They’re not, however, a ‘quick fix’. Conventional orthodontic treatment with fixed braces typically takes 12-18 months, sometimes longer. This involves straightening your front and back teeth and making sure they bite … Continue reading

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Are Lingual Braces Available Through the NHS? Posted on: June 27, 2017

Invisible braces NHS

  NHS funding for orthodontic treatment can be somewhat confusing. Currently, it’s generally available to under 18s who need straighter teeth to improve their dental health. This is usually determined by a dentist or orthodontist, using a British index known … Continue reading

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How Do Lingual Braces Move Teeth? Posted on: August 8, 2016

How do lingual braces work

  If you’ve explored our website you’re probably au fait with the benefits of lingual braces: they look just like fixed braces but they’re ingeniously placed behind your teeth – you won’t find a brace that’s more discreet. They’re also … Continue reading

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Retainers After Lingual Braces Posted on: June 30, 2016


  After wearing lingual braces, or in fact braces of any type, retainers are a necessity. Their job is to stop your teeth from moving and maintain the great results from your orthodontic treatment. If you don’t wear retainers following … Continue reading

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The Benefits of Lingual Braces Posted on: January 3, 2016

Lingual brace benefits

  We’re a membership organisation for specialist orthodontists who provide lingual orthodontics – so it’s perhaps no surprise that we sing the praises of lingual braces. Yet these braces are brilliant at their job. Here’s how they could benefit you: … Continue reading

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Lingual Braces vs Invisalign® Posted on: January 1, 2016

Invisalign vs lingual braces

  If you’ve been looking for an inconspicuous way to straighten your teeth you’ve most likely come across Invisalign aligners during your search. Lingual braces and Invisalign are both very discreet types of orthodontic treatment, but the similarities end there. … Continue reading

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