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Welcome to Oldham Orthodontics

Welcome!

Oldham Orthodontics offers a wide range of the latest orthodontic treatments to help children and adults to have beautifully, straight smiles.

All of our specialists are highly qualified and experienced orthodontists, and are well-known in the orthodontic sector for their expertise and knowledge. They will provide you with the very best quality of orthodontic care delivered in a comfortable and friendly environment.

Our modern orthodontic techniques are discreet, affordable and often faster and more convenient than more traditional methods. They also mean that we can often avoid the need for teeth to be extracted.

We treat a wide variety of patients from children aged under 18 who qualify for NHS orthodontic treatment through to adults requesting invisible and virtually invisible braces.

Whatever your needs and budget, contact our practice in Oldham so we can help you to achieve the beautiful, straight smile you have always dreamed of.

Oldham Orthodontics | Specialist Orthodontic Treatment in Oldham

News

What Should I Do With Stained Braces?

stained braces

Stained braces are a common problem for many orthodontic patients. It ruins the appearance of the individual, can be a harbour for bacteria that cause tooth decay and can contribute to the malfunctioning of the actual braces themselves.

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Why Does My Retainer Smell Bad?

braces smell

You went to put your retainer in before bed, but when you opened the case a horrible smell jumped out at you. What in the world happened to your retainer during the day? Can retainers really rot? While it isn’t uncommon for retainers to develop a smell, there is something you can do about it, as well as things you can do to avoid it happening to begin with.

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Five ways to keep your braces clean

cleaning braces

Once you have new braces fitted, you might think it’s time to relax, put your feet up and wait while they straighten your teeth and improve your smile.

But after you leave the orthodontist’s chair, it’s down to you to keep your braces clean as they straighten your teeth. The last thing you want is a build-up of plaque – which could lead to pain and tooth decay.

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