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NHS

NHS

NHS

We are contracted to provide free NHS orthodontic treatment for under 18s with a clear health need for treatment. Because of high demand, there are strict eligibility criteria and long waiting lists for treatment.

A rating system is used to assess eligibility for NHS treatment. For more information click here.

For under 18s who are not eligible for NHS treatment or who prefer not to wait, we offer a variety of private treatments to help you achieve a beautiful smile – sometimes without extractions and unobtrusively if you prefer!

Removable, functional and metal fixed braces are all covered. We also use coloured elastics to brighten up the fixed braces.

The NHS will charge for lost braces and braces broken beyond repair.

The demand for treatment is very high and we have waiting lists for new patients to be seen.

We are now able to offer private orthodontic treatment to those patients who do not qualify for NHS treatment from as little as £70 per month. Details are available from reception.

Orthodontic treatment under the NHS is designed to provide dental health and alignment of the teeth.

The following photographs indicate what is available under the NHS:

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Treatment not required

The following can be treated under the NHS:

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Spacing – gaps 4mm or more
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Protruding teeth – by 6mm
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Crossbites – top teeth behind lower teeth
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Overcrowded treatment – overlapping by
4mm or more

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