virtually invisible

Clear & removable

virtually invisible

Invisalign aligners

lingual braces

Discreet treatment with

lingual braces

Fitted behind your teeth

tooth coloured

Straighten teeth with

tooth coloured

ceramic brackets

Expert

Expert

treatment

Fantastic

Fantastic

results

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

News

Clear braces vs fixed braces

Clear braces

The most popular braces now on the market are clear braces, such as Invisalign and traditional fixed braces. In this blog, we are going to discuss each type of clear and fixed brace to help you decide which braces are better.

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Why Choose Oldham for Clarity Ceramic Braces

Clarity Ceramic Braces

There are lots of orthodontic clinics in Manchester and the UK, so it may seem a difficult choice in finding the perfect one to go to for Clarity ceramic braces. Read on to learn why to choose us!

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The best ways to relieve brace pain

Relieve brace pain

Once you’ve had braces fitted or tightened it is very common to feel some sort of pain. This is usually caused by the sudden pressure that has been applied to your teeth. After a few weeks of wearing your braces, the pain should fade. In the meantime, how do I relieve the pain?

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