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Teeth Straightening

Many clients searching for cosmetic treatment do not realise how many options there are for adults who wish to straighten their teeth.

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Want a Straighter, More Attractive Smile, But Hate the Thought of Wearing Braces?

We offer clear, invisible orthodontic treatments, so nobody will know you are wearing them. We can offer removable aligners, as well as fast and effective braces.

Our range of orthodontic treatments won't interfere with your lifestyle. Ollie & Darsh offer various short-term options to straighten your teeth, including Six Month Smiles, Invisalign and Invisalign Teen. Talk to us to find out which one will work best for you and your needs.

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Invisalign® & Six Month Smiles® - we are a Diamond Provider

Many adults feel self-conscious or even embarrassed when they smile, particularly as teeth can become more crowded or move with age. This results in the desire to have straighter teeth.

Made from clear brackets and white wires, Six Month Smiles® is an award-winning alternative to wearing adult metal braces. Ollie & Darsh offer flexible finance options for Six Month Smiles® and the treatment is short-term, affordable and highly successful.

Invisalign® aligners are a clear brace used to correct a wide range of orthodontic concerns, including crooked teeth, gaps and crowded mouths. The treatment won’t interfere with your appearance or your life.

Ollie & Darsh are proud to be an Invisalign® award winner. We received our awards for the number of successful treatments we've carried out over the last 12 months and for advancing into the Top 50 Invisalign® Providers in Europe.

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FAQs

Teeth straightening has come a long way in dentistry. No longer do you have to put up with uncomfortable and metal-wire braces. Thanks to Invisalign, clear braces can be suitably fitted and hidden your teeth so that they are virtually undetectable. Clear braces blend in with your teeth perfectly and are not obtrusive. Clear braces give patients the confidence to straighten their teeth without overthinking what they look like visually which may affect teenagers and young adults in particular. 

You'll be pleased to know that just because you choose to have clear braces to straighten your teeth, this does not mean that you can't have braces as well. In fact, many patients that visit Ollie & Darsh decide on clear braces to straighten teeth before having whitening to complete their rejuvenated smile. Teeth whitening treatments can be delivered by our cosmetic dentistry team at a time that suits you best.

This is a common question that we regularly get asked by many patients. The length of time that it takes to strengthen teeth can vary from individual to individual and often depends mainly on the starting point. For example, if teeth are slightly wonky, results will obviously be a lot faster and may just take a couple of months before results are achieved. Our dentistry team will examine your teeth before any solution is offered and we will always work closely with you to make sure everything is handled seamlessly.

As well as the obvious benefit of braces being discreet, there is a whole other multitude of benefits of selecting clear braces to straighten your smile. Comfortability is another big factor. This is not an overnight solution and therefore braces should be worn with comfortability which you get with Invisalign clear braces. Moreover, the braces are also removable which means you won't have to worry about not eating foods that could get caught in your braces.

You'll be pleased to know that with Invisalign clear braces, you can eat and drink normally without having to worry about bits and pieces getting stuck in your braces. Just make sure that you take aligners out whilst eating your main meals and then pop them back in once you're finished.  Whilst you are wearing aligners, we also recommend sticking to drinking cool water as hot water can warp and damage aligners, making them much less effective.

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