Complete Package

From

£112 /mo

Our most comprehensive service option, the Complete Package is designed to offer patients top-tier care and customer service from the first consultation through to our extensive aftercare.

We offer a variety of orthodontic treatments, including fixed braces and Invisalign aligners to ensure you receive the best teeth straightening result for you.

Our team of specialist orthodontists and treatment coordinators will talk you through your options and advise you which is the best option for you.

The Complete Package includes:

  • Free face-to-face appointment with our treatment coordinator
  • 30 minute treatment planning with orthodontist - £90 (this will be discounted from the total price, should you choose to go ahead with treatment)
  • X-rays, photographs and a 3D treatment simulation of your teeth
  • Care pack with all your brace care essentials
  • Easy monthly payment plans
  • 24 months aftercare, including both fixed and removable retainers.

*Adults only

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Invisalign

Only Orthodontics are certified providers of Invisalign treatment: the most discreet option for straightening your teeth.

Invisalign, also known as clear-aligner treatment, are orthodontic devices that are a transparent, plastic form of orthodontic braces used to adjust teeth. You will receive a set of custom-made, transparent aligners (each of which you will wear for about 2 weeks) which will give you the perfect smile.

From £4250 or just £156.25 /mo + initial payment

Payment Plans

Medenta** interest free: £112 down payment followed by 24 payments of £112*

**Only Orthodontics provide interest free credit with our partner Medenta Finance Ltd, here is a typical example of credit offered:

Treatment cost: £2800
Amount of loan: £2688
Down payment: £112
APR representative: 0%
Interest rate – fixed: 0%
Term (months): 24
Monthly payment: £112
Total payment: £2800

A typical example of credit offered for Invisalign:

Treatment cost: £4250
Amount of loan: £3750
Down payment: £500
APR representative: 0%
Interest rate – fixed: 0%
Term (months): 24
Monthly payment: £156.25
Total payment: £4250

Fixed Conventional Braces

Fixed braces give more control over the realignment of your teeth, meaning you will benefit from precise and accurate results.

The perfect option for patients looking to achieve straight teeth who would benefit from a full orthodontic treatment. Conventional fixed braces are bonded to the front of your teeth and are connected with a thin archwire.

The wires in a fixed labial brace apply gentle pressure to move your teeth into the desired position, giving a fantastic result. If you choose labial braces, you will have a choice of metal braces or ceramic/self ligating braces.

From £2600 or just £112/month + initial payment

Payment Plans

Medenta** interest free: £112 down payment followed by 24 payments of £112*

**Only Orthodontics provide interest free credit with our partner Medenta Finance Ltd, here is a typical example of credit offered:

Treatment cost: £2800
Amount of loan: £2688
Down payment: £112
APR representative: 0%
Interest rate – fixed: 0%
Term (months): 24
Monthly payment: £112
Total payment: £2800

A typical example of credit offered for Invisalign:

Treatment cost: £4250
Amount of loan: £3750
Down payment: £500
APR representative: 0%
Interest rate – fixed: 0%
Term (months): 24
Monthly payment: £156.25
Total payment: £4250

1. Initial consultation

If you have expressed an interest in, or your dentist has identified a need for having your teeth straightened, the first step is to book an initial, no-obligation consultation with your treatment coordinator.

We will discuss the results you would like to achieve, and the different treatment options available to you. We will also talk you through your payment options, timescales for treatment, tooth care and answer any questions you might have.

You may find it helpful at this stage to visualise the outcome of treatment by having a 3D scan of your teeth. 

The decision to proceed with any treatment is entirely yours to make. If you do decide to go ahead, or if you’d like to find out more, you will be introduced to the team who will be looking after you, including your orthodontist and therapist.

2. Treatment plan

Once you have decided to go ahead with treatment, you will be given a written treatment plan which is agreed by you and your orthodontist.

Your treatment coordinator will look after your payment plan, and arrangements made to fit your braces or aligners. If it is necessary to have teeth extracted as part of your treatment, this will be arranged at this time with your own dentist.

3. Treatment application

Your orthodontist will talk you through the process of fitting your appliance, and once it is fitted, give you all the information you need to care for it. Before leaving you will book your first checkup appointment with us, which will typically be around 6 weeks later.

Your treatment coordinator will be available to answer any questions you may have between appointments.

4. Regular adjustments

You will come into the practice for regular appointments throughout your treatment where your braces will be checked and adjusted, and you will be given a progress report.

As you approach the end of your treatment, we will prepare and discuss retention. On average, a full treatment with fixed braces takes around 18 months, followed by a retention period. Less comprehensive treatments may take less time, but as every treatment is different, your orthodontist will tell you what to expect.

5. After treatment

When treatment is complete and you have had your braces or active appliances removed, you will need to wear retainers overnight to keep your teeth straight. These are typically worn every night for the first year. After 12 months, the amount you need to wear them can be reduced. Your orthodontist will discuss this with you fully at your appointments.

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What happens if I lose my Invisalign?

If you lose or break one of your aligners, and you haven’t worn it for the full 14 days, put in your previous aligner and contact us for a replacement as soon as possible. Do not move onto the next aligner early.

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How long will I need to wear my braces?

On average, a full treatment with fixed braces takes around 18 months, followed by a period of time where you will need to wear a retainer. But because every treatment is different, your orthodontist will tell you what to expect.

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Will I need a retainer after having my braces removed?

Yes, you will be required to wear a retainer overnight for a period of time after having your fixed braces removed. Your orthodontist will explain this in full to you during your appointments.

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Will wearing braces hurt?

You might experience some discomfort for the first few days after your braces are fitted. You can take painkillers such as paracetamol if this is the case. Sometimes the appliance may rub against the side of your cheek or lip and cause some soreness or ulcers. Dental wax can be used on the brace over any sore spots to alleviate the discomfort.

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How often will I need appointments?

You will need to come into the practice for regular appointments, typically once every 8 - 10 weeks, but this may vary depending on your treatment plan. Your orthodontist will advise you on how often you require check-ups.

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What do I do if my brace breaks?

Call the practice and make an appointment as soon as possible. Don’t wait for your next scheduled check-up if your brace breaks, as a broken brace may slow down your treatment or, potentially, damage your teeth.

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What happens if I miss an appointment?

Please try to attend all of your scheduled appointments as it may be a while before you are able to book another. Missing appointments will prolong your treatment and repeatedly missing may result in you being discharged.

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How long will each appointment take?

The longest appointment you will need will be when we fit your brace and explain how to look after it. This will take approximately 30 - 40 minutes. Routine appointments will last around 10 minutes.

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Do you offer payment plans?

Yes, we offer monthly payment plans for each of our treatment packages. Your treatment coordinator will talk you through the payment options available to you.

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Will I get marks on my teeth?

If you keep your teeth clean as you are shown and avoid excess sugar there should not be any marks left on your teeth.

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Can I chew gum while wearing braces?

You should avoid chewing gum, and all other sticky or chewy sweets, while wearing braces or removable aligners.

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Can I book appointments after work?

Available appointment times are dependent on your treatment package. Patients on the Complete package can book appointments between 8.30am and 7.30pm Monday to Friday (late surgery is 2 days a week), or 9am to 12.30pm on Saturdays (twice a month).

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Will braces or Invisalign affect my speech?

Any orthodontic appliance may temporarily affect your speech, so you may have a lisp for the first few days. As you get used to the aligners, this will improve.

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Will Invisalign hurt?

Invisalign aligners are very light, with no metal brackets or wires. You may feel some discomfort and tightness in the first few days after beginning treatment. If this is the case, you can take paracetamol or similar painkillers.

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Can I eat and drink while wearing Invisalign aligners?

We recommend that you remove your aligners when eating, and do not drink anything hot, acidic, coloured, or with a high sugar content while wearing your Invisalign. Do not chew gum while wearing your aligners.

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Can I smoke while wearing Invisalign?

Remove your aligners to smoke as they will stain - but remember you need to wear your aligners for 22 hours per day.

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How often can I take my Invisalign out?

You should remove your aligners to eat, for hot/sugary drinks, to smoke and to brush your teeth; however, you need to make sure you are wearing them for at least 22 hours a day.

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How often do I need to change Invisalign aligners?

You should change aligners after 14 days. You may wear it for longer if it still feels tight, but you should not move onto the next set before 14 days. You should also never skip an aligner.

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What if I play sports?

If you play any contact sports, you should wear a mouth-guard over your braces to protect both the brace and your teeth. You can ask your orthodontist about the options available to you.