All About Orthodontics

An Orthodontist can help you have a great smile. On this site you can find a wide range of information about orthodontics.
As an adult, why do I need to get orthodontic treatment for a second time?
Orthodontic treatment is something many of us had as teenagers and then expected our smile to go the distance.
How Much Do Braces Cost?
Considering getting orthodontic treatment but not sure about costs and what is included? Read this so that you can make an informed decision about the cost of orthodontic treatment.
Beware of the promise of a quick or cheap fix
A number of short-term,’quick’ orthodontic treatment products and methods have appeared in recent years and are being offered by general dentists.
Tips for orthodontic treatment and school
Here’s the ultimate school orthodontic checklist to help your child keep their treatment on track during the school year.
Dentist or Orthodontist – What’s the difference?
What's the difference between a Dentist and an Orthodontist? Here's an outline of the roles and responsibilities of each one.
Common Teeth Issues Where Orthodontics Can Help
We’ve put together this easy-to-use A to Z guide to the most common orthodontic issues and what they mean in simple terms.
Getting Started: A guide for Parents
Your step-by-step guide to getting the best orthodontic treatment for your child
Getting Started: A Guide for Adults
Here’s our guide for how to choose orthodontic treatment as an adult.
How do genetics affect your teeth?
Genetics and teeth are more closely linked than most people realise. Here are three ways your teeth might be affected by your genetics:
Thumb and Finger-sucking Habits
Digit sucking is a natural reflex for a baby that may begin whilst in-utero, and parents should be assured that a sucking habit is considered to be a normal feature of a young child’s development.
Hidden Risks of DIY Teeth Straightening
Without a thorough examination by an orthodontist, the use of DIY aligner products is risky. The aligners can damage the roots of the teeth and the gums and can even cause teeth to become loose.