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.
With every brace, there will be some minor pain that you will experience. This is caused by the pressure of the braces as they move your teeth into the correct position. Pain can also be caused as the metal brackets and wires on the braces rub against the tissues in your mouth. This should fade over time as the tissues become stronger. This blog will recommend you the best methods that will help reduce brace pain.
Removable braces that can aid correction of the most severe of orthodontic cases? If you’re wondering what this amazing sounding appliance is, then we highly recommend you continue reading. The appliance is called a functional brace, which is made up of two removable plastic pieces that fit to the top and bottom sets of teeth in order to straighten your teeth while correcting your bite. So, want to know the benefits?
Before we start, no we don’t mean playing your braces as an instrument. But rather is it possible for people with braces to still play their musical instruments.
We get this question quite a lot, and the answer is yes.
With today’s orthodontic technology, musicians are still able to continue to make beautiful music.
But for those of you who are still worried, we’ve broken it down even further.