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I Want Straight Teeth

We offer a wide range of orthodontic treatments to deliver the most amazing smiles with a wide array of treatment options including, invisible aligners, ceramic and metal braces and the latest in composite bonding techniques. All treatments are undertaken by our in-house Specialist Orthodontist, Dr Aoife Monk.


After graduating from King’s College London Dental School in 2010, Aoife has worked as a Senior House Officer in Paediatrics and Oral Surgery. She worked as an Orthagnathic Clinical Fellow at the Royal London Hospital before completing three further years of training at the University of Liverpool to become a Specialist Orthodontist.

Aoife enjoys treating both children and adults, and will be offering a range of braces including metal, ceramic and lingual appliances as well as a range of aligner systems including Invisalign. Aoife says:

A straight, beautiful and healthy smile is easy to achieve with the options we have available to you. These braces can be chosen to meet your individual needs whether you want metal or ceramic braces or clear aligner treatment with Invisalign.

Transform your smile and gain the confidence to show off your beautiful, straight teeth more often. Straight teeth are also easier to clean and keep healthy thanks to the better alignment. You can even boost the results of your teeth straightening with teeth whitening.

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Emily tells us about her amazing experience at The Dental House.

Everyone told me to go to The Dental House for my braces. I always feel really relaxed coming here. Aoife always puts me at ease and tells me exactly what is going to happen at each appointment. I trust everything that they are saying and everyone is very helpful. I am getting the smile I always wanted for my wedding.

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Dr. Aoife Monk answers key questions regarding Orthodontics and braces - including "Do braces hurt? Why seeing a Specialist Orthodontist is important, and how long treatment usually takes.

Ceramic Braces

Ceramic braces are a more discrete version of traditional, fixed braces.

These braces are designed to blend more easily with your teeth thanks to their tooth-like colour, clear brackets and tooth-coloured wires. They’re the same size and shape as metal braces, but they’re less easily noticeable thanks to their design.

The discrete nature of these braces make them a great choice for people who may be worried about feeling self-conscious wearing traditional metal braces.

Ceramic braces can work to move teeth faster than clear aligners meaning that achieving straighter teeth may not take as long as you might think. If you are interested in ceramic braces, come and have a chat with our Treatment Coordinator or our Specialist Orthodontist and find out if they’re right for you.




Invisalign are the perfect option for those who want straight teeth, but don’t want people to know they’re wearing braces. They’re incredibly discreet, can be easily removed and are custom-made so that they are comfortable to wear.

Your day-to-day life is barely affected as you can eat and drink what you like, and you won’t feel the need to hide your smile whilst chatting and socialising; just relax as they get to work to align your teeth. The smooth, plastic material makes them comfortable to wear and hard for others to detect.

Since your Invisalign braces are removable, it’s much easier to take care of your teeth. Just remove your trays when you are ready to brush and floss your teeth and then pop them back in when you have finished. The trays themselves can also be cleaned.

You could save time by opting for Invisalign as there are generally less Orthodontic appointments required. The results can be amazing and your newly straightened teeth can be a real boost to your confidence. Come and see us if you are interested in Invisalign and we can give you our best advice.



Metal Braces

Metal braces are often given the name ‘train tracks’. They are by far the most popular type of braces for straightening teeth.

Todays metal braces are much smaller, flatter, and more comfortable than they were years ago.
They are suitable for patients of all ages.

These braces consist of metal brackets fitted to the front surface of your teeth with a thin metal archwire connecting them. Elastic bands then provide pressure to the archwire to help straighten your teeth.

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Emily talks about how having Orthodontic treatment at The Dental House has changed her life.


Darcy talks about her amazing Composite Bonding treatment at The Dental House

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Dr. Aoife Monk answers your questions on Orthodontics at the Practice
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The treatment length is entirely dependent on the natural position of your teeth, and how much movement they need to align them. Your dentist will be able to give you an estimated length of time in your first consultation.

Thanks to modern, smaller designs of braces it’s unlikely that you’ll feel any significant discomfort when you wear your braces. They can rub and feel tight when first fitted, but this will reduce over time.

If you want to ensure discreteness when wearing braces then Invisalign are going to be the best option for this. However they may not always be the most appropriate for more significant dental issues, and metal or ceramic braces could be the best option. Your dentist will be able to talk you through what’s available for your individual case when you book in for an appointment.

Metal braces are generally the most cost-effective option when it comes to straightening your teeth. However, because they’re the most noticeable type of braces, some patients find that additional investment in more discreet options such as Invisalign or Ceramic Braces is more desirable.

Finance Options

Our finance options can help you to spread the cost of your treatment. For treatments plans over £500, we can offer 0% finance over a period of 12 months. After this time, a percentage charge is added.

Once you have treatment plan in place and a cost has been discussed, you can use our finance calculator to work out what your monthly payments could be. Our Treatments Coordinator can help you to apply.

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