We have all the expertise and equipment to make sure that your teeth are perfectly positioned


Orthodontic treatment involves moving the teeth with braces in order to make them straight and to correct the bite. At The Dental Implant Clinic, our specialist orthodontist treats patients of all ages.

Treatments available

Fixed Appliances

These are the most common type of braces which are fixed to the front of the teeth. These appliances are either made of a ceramic material, which is a similar colour to your teeth, or are made of metal. The tooth coloured brackets are less visible. The metal brackets give the patient the option of using the coloured rubber rings.

Invisalign Appliance

Within the practice, we use the Invisalign appliance. These custom-made aligners are made of thin clear plastic material and fit over teeth like a glove. They are nearly invisible when worn and perfect for patients who would rather not let others know that they are undergoing treatment. The clear plastic appliances gradually nudge your teeth into the correct position.


After finishing your treatment, it is essential that the new tooth positions are maintained. To do this, we ask all patient to wear a removable retainer in bed at night. On occasions, we will also recommend a metal wires placed behind the front teeth. This is called a fixed retainer.

No Dental Impressions!

It is now possible to use our 3Shape TRIOS intra-oral scanner to record the position of a patient’s teeth. This removes the need to take impressions / moulds of the teeth.

Orthodontics and Implants

When teeth are lost or missing the adjacent teeth can drift or tilt into the available space. These altered tooth positions may prevent, or complicate, implant treatment. For these patients a course of orthodontic treatment may be recommended in addition to your dental implants in order to help you achieve the perfect smile.

Snoring and Obstructive Sleep Apnoea (OSA)

Snoring can be a social nuisance. A potential method to reduce it is by wearing an oral device at night. These are called mandibular advancement devices. Snoring is one of the signs that you may have sleep apnoea. This is a disorder where patients momentarily stop breathing when sleeping. Following diagnosis, with your doctor, a recognized treatment is to wear a mandibular advancement device when sleeping. This increases the amount of air that you are able to breath in.

Orthodontics Fees

All fees are estimates and all patients will be given a full, personalised written estimate before commencing treatment. Please contact us to discuss finance schemes, as we provide the option for you to pay for your treatment in installments.

Adult Initial Consultation £90
Under 18 Initial Consultation £70
Treatment planning advice for a referring Dentist/Orthodontist  £150

Metal Fixed Braces from  £2550  Single Arch from £2000

Tooth coloured (Ceramic) braces £3200 Single Arch £2400

Invisalign Full £4800   Single arch £3900 
Invisalign Lite £3450 Single arch £3000   
Invisalign Express £2000 Single arch £1600     
(Suitability will need to be determined – ClinCheck / cancellation fee £300) 

Removable Appliance Treatment £475

Treatment consists of the placement, adjustment and removal of all appliances, including the provision of 1 set of retainers and monitoring for 1 year following appliance removal. Reasonable breakages will also be repaired.  

Additional items
Quad helix £250
Upper removable appliance (as part of fixed appliance treatment) £200
Palatal  / Lingual arches £175

Replacement of a removable retainer £90 
Replacement of a bonded retainer £200* 
Repair to a Bonded Retainer £85* 
(where wire is still intact and not fractured)

Casual patient appointment / repairs £100

*Repair and replacement of bonded retainers that were not provided by the practice would require an initial orthodontic assessment also.