Braces for children and teenagers

Teenagers and childrens orthodontic treatement

Most children who need braces start treatment from around the age of 11 or 12, although sometimes children as young as seven can benefit from early intervention. We offer a full range of options, whether fixed braces, removable braces or Invisalign aligners.

A major benefit of orthodontic treatment at the clinic is that we do not take impressions using gooey dental materials. We use a 3D optical scanner which allows us to make digital models of the teeth.  The result is a much more comfortable experience. We can use 3D scans and specialist software to make custom-made appliances, such as expansion devices, space maintainers and even fixed braces.

At The London Lingual Orthodontic Clinic, we have flexible appointments to help avoid the need for absences from school, with weekly, evening and Saturday appointments available by request.
Want to find out more?

Find out about fixed or removable braces, lingual braces, aligners as well as dental hygiene and complementary dental treatments, ensuring you finish your treatment with teeth that are healthy as well as straight.

Please view our consultation options or contact the team on 020 7486 2883.

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