Your Specialist Orthodontist
Welcome to Oldham Orthodontics
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, in Oldham so we can help you to achieve the beautiful, straight smile you have always dreamed of.
Teeth with a normal bite should match in the middle so that they align. This a is known as an occlusion, but there are cases where this doesn’t happen resulting in a condition that is known as malocclusion.
All the orthodontic appliances offered at Oldham Orthodontics will do an excellent job at aligning your teeth. However cosmetically they all offer variances in visibility.
Invisalign is a clear tray aligner system that is fitted exactly over your teeth. They are completely transparent so your natural tooth colour is visible through them making them a brilliant cosmetic option. They are easily removed should you need to do public speaking and feel happier not having them in. As long as the aligners are worn for a minimum of 22 hours per day they allow you a little more freedom socially.
It’s almost Halloween, the holiday of trick or treating, fancy costumes and endless confectionery. Although it is a fun holiday for all, it’s a little more complicated for those wearing braces and a nightmare for many orthodontists. It’s already known that sweets and treats have the potential to break brackets and bend wires, meaning more appointments to fix those issues. So here are a few treats you can and can’t eat this Halloween: