Orthodontist

Orthodontics

Getting specialist orthodontic treatments has never been so simple! From straight forward alignment to complex orthognathic surgery.

If you have crooked teeth, overcrowded teeth, an overbite or underbite, or a misaligned jaw, you'll need to find a specialist orthodontist who can get the job done right.

Our Orthodontic team will listen to your concerns and let you know all about the many variations of treatment options available to you at Holford Partners Curaden.

From invisible options such as Lingual braces and Invisalign® Aligners to conventional clear or metal fixed braces. When it comes to realigning your teeth you'll be sure to find an appliance, brace or aligner that works for you.

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BEFORE & AFTERS

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Clear Ceramic Braces

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Top Expert Sevices

At Holford Partners Curaden, we practice the latest and most effective orthodontic treatments.

We specialize in cosmetic braces that will straighten your teeth without

being obvious – fix your problem without stealing any of your confidence.

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Orthodontics Done Right

If you want effective orthodontic treatments, your best choice is to go to Holford Partners Curaden. We have the best orthodontist in London who can guarantee effective and long-lasting results.

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EXPERT DIAGNOSIS

We have the latest technology in checking your teeth including panoral, and bitewing X-rays and 3D digital scanning and imaging.

RECOGNISED EXPERTISE

Our in-house specialist orthodontist is awarded the Elite Platinum Incognito™ Braces Status and Invisalign® Platinum Practitioner which is only given to top clinicians.

QUALITY GUARANTEED

We guarantee that the treatments you get from us will be effective and last you a lifetime of excellent beaming smiles.

Frequently Asked Questions

Orthodontics is a branch of dentistry that focuses on correcting misaligned teeth and jaws. It involves the diagnosis, prevention, and treatment of dental and facial irregularities to improve oral health and enhance the appearance of the smile.

Our braces start from £5995 for both upper and lower arches. Cosmetic braces like Lingual braces and Invisalign® aligners are more bespoke and require greater knowledge and set of skills to be able to provide the high quality results our patients deserve and expect. We often see patients who have gone for cheaper options elsewhere but have not been happy with their results. This means they have to spend more money and time fixing what should have been done right in the first place.

We offer in-house payment plans to spread the cost of treatment or if you wish to save a little on the cost of treatment then you can take advantage of our 5% discount offered for payment in full.

Don’t waste your money and go for quality services.

There are several types of orthodontic treatments available, including traditional metal braces, ceramic braces, lingual braces, clear aligners (such as Invisalign), and orthodontic headgear. The choice of treatment depends on the specific needs and preferences of the patient.

Orthodontic treatment can be beneficial for both children and adults. The American Association of Orthodontists recommends that children have an orthodontic evaluation by the age of 7 to detect any potential orthodontic problems early. However, orthodontic treatment can be provided at any age, as long as the teeth and gums are healthy.

The duration of orthodontic treatment varies depending on the complexity of the case and the type of treatment chosen. On average, treatment can range from several months to a few years. Your orthodontist will provide a personalized treatment plan and timeline based on your specific needs.

Some of our patients over the age of 70 years old have decided to have braces.

You can have braces at almost any age after all your adult teeth have come through.

Unfortunately not. Once an implant has been placed and you decide later on that you would like to realign your teeth, braces will not be able to move the position of your implant.

A new implant crown could be made if the alignment of the existing implant is not in the correct position. One of our experienced team members would be able to advise on this.

Some discomfort or soreness is common when braces or aligners are first applied and after adjustments. However, the pain is typically mild and temporary, and over-the-counter pain relievers can help alleviate any discomfort. Your orthodontist will provide guidance on managing any discomfort during treatment.

Regular visits to the orthodontist are essential for the success of your treatment. Typically, you will need to visit the orthodontist every 4-8 weeks for adjustments and to monitor progress. These visits allow the orthodontist to make necessary modifications to your braces or aligners to ensure the desired outcome.

Proper oral hygiene is crucial during orthodontic treatment. If you have braces, you will need to brush your teeth regularly, including around the brackets and wires, and use special tools like floss threaders or interdental brushes to clean between the teeth. If you have aligners, you will need to remove them before eating or drinking anything other than water and brush your teeth before putting them back in.

Yes, you can participate in sports and play musical instruments while wearing braces. However, it’s important to wear a mouthguard during contact sports to protect your teeth and braces. If you play a musical instrument that involves the mouth, there may be an adjustment period, but most people adapt quickly and can continue playing normally.

Yes, wearing a retainer after orthodontic treatment is essential to maintain the results. The teeth have a natural tendency to shift back to their original position, and a retainer helps prevent that from happening. Your orthodontist will provide specific instructions on how often and for how long you should wear your retainer.

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