The London Lingual Orthodontic Clinic is a specialist practice in London, treating all dental problems related to the teeth and jaws, making facial harmony and the needs and wishes of our patients a priority. What we want more than anything is to work with our patients to give them a straight, harmonious smile and bite.
What is orthodontics?
Orthodontics is a field of dentistry dedicated to treating the development of the teeth, as well as the face and jaws, to ensure your mouth and jaw are aligned and working properly together.
We have the experience to diagnose and treat all dental problems relating to orthodontics, the science and art of teeth-straightening. We consider the comfort and harmony of your bite because without realising it, how you eat and speak is central to your wellbeing.
Braces and orthodontic treatment options
At the London Lingual Orthodontic Clinic, we offer a range of treatments:
No matter what your concern, whether it’s the alignment of your teeth or how your bite functions, come in and talk to us. We can manage all orthodontic systems and advise you on the best treatment options for your needs. If you are interested in lingual treatment, where braces are placed behind your teeth for an almost invisible appearance, we were the first clinic in the UK dedicated to lingual braces. There are few, if any, professionals in the UK who can match the experience of our founder, Dr Chatoo.
You can also see some ‘before and after’ images of patients who have had orthodontic treatment in our smile gallery.
Please view our consultation options or contact the team on 020 7486 2883.
Keeping our patients and colleagues up to date on all things orthodontic is part of our mission as well as sharing news from the clinic and recipes that work for people in braces. Check out our blog for the latest.
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