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Which brace is right for you?

When it comes to orthodontic treatment, there are plenty of options for straightening your teeth. But that doesn't make the decision of which method to choose any easier. That's why, at Pure Orthodontics, we offer a free initial appointment. This enables you to come in, speak with our Treatment Coordinator about your treatment options and make an informed choice. 

As a guide, here are the key differences between treatment options:

  Clear Braces
(Damon Clear)
Hidden Braces
(Lingual braces)
Invisible Braces
(Invisalign)
Are the braces noticeable? Yes, they can be seen. No. These braces are virtually invisible. No. These aligners are virtually invisible.
Do they get good results? Yes, for both major and minor cases. Yes, for both major and minor cases. Yes, for both major and minor cases.
Will these braces affect my diet? Yes, you will have to avoid eating hard, sticky foods. Yes, you will have to avoid eating hard, sticky foods. No. You can remove the aligners and eat a normal diet.
Is it hard to clean my teeth? It will be a little difficult but we will give you instructions. It will be a little difficult but we will give you instructions. No. You can remove the aligners for brushing and flossing.
Are they comfortable to wear? Yes, because the brackets are small so reduce the likelihood of irritation. Yes, once you get used to them being on the tongue-side of your teeth. Very.
How much do they cost? We offer very competitive prices for this treatment. Lingual braces are one of the most expensive fixed brace options. We offer very competitive prices for this treatment.

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Edmund

Aged 18 | Damon clear, trauma to upper centrals

Thank you! After hearing only negative experiences when it comes to braces, it feels good to have had a positive one.

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Braces for children and teens

The British Orthodontic Society recommends children have an orthodontic assessment by the age of seven to identify any problems that may be developing. At Pure Orthodontics, we also have some very effective treatment options for our teen patients too.

Braces for children and teens

Braces for adults

Braces aren't just for children; adults can benefit from orthodontic treatment too.At Pure Orthodontics we have very discreet treatment options and finance plans to make them affordable so our adult patients can achieve the smile they've always dreamed of. After all, you are never too old for braces!

Braces for adults

Retainers

Retention is possibly the most important phase of a patient's treatment journey. Once braces have been removed, patients are fitted with either a fixed or removable retainer to keep teeth in position so their new smile remains in place.

More about retainers

Invisalign

Invisalign straightens teeth using a series of nearly invisible aligners that are custom made to your teeth for comfort. As you replace each aligner every two weeks, your teeth will gradually move towards the final projected position as described.

More about Invisalign

FAQS

At Pure Orthodontics, we understand that orthodontic treatment comes with a number of questions, which is why we’ve put together answers to some of the frequently asked questions (FAQs) we get.

Common questions

Costs

At Pure Orthodontics, we want to make sure orthodontic treatment is affordable for everyone. All price quotations are based on a free initial orthodontic assessment, during which our Specialist Orthodontist, Dr Monica Reinach, will advise on the best and most effective treatment for you. One of our Treatment Coordinators will then go through our various payment options with you.

Cost and finance

Free appointment

At Pure Orthodontics we offer a free appointment to all of our patients. This allows you to come in, have an assessment and ask questions to find out what treatment would entail.

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