Fixed Braces – NHS and Private
Our Specialist Orthodontis only uses the best brackets for all of his cases. These have a reliable and proven track-record worldwide for their performance, beautiful aesthetics, and they are nearly invisible once placed in the mouth. We can also use tooth coloured wires making our braces the most aesthetic compared with any similar systems.
As members of the British Dental Association and the British Orthodontic Society, our highly qualified and experienced dentists and orthodontists alike are experts in their fields. With such expertise at hand Sherwood House Dental Practice should be your first choice for Orthodontic Treatment.
We accept both NHS and private patients. For NHS treatment please ask your General Dentist to refer to us via the online referral system. Our Practice is fully equipped with the latest in dental technology. For your convenience, we have an x-ray room, sterilisation room and laboratory, for the construction of models and retainers, all on site. We have full disabled access and a hearing loop system to ensure all can enjoy the use of our facilities.
Clear Braces – Private
A beautiful new smile increases self-esteem, improves confidence and results in a brighter, happier you. With Invisalign, discovering the new you is easier than you think.
Invisalign treatment consists of a series of nearly invisible, removable aligners that are custom made just for you. As you replace each aligner, your teeth will move, little by little, week by week, until they have straightened to the final position prescribed by your dentist.
Comfortable, removable and nearly invisible, creating your brand new smile is easier and more convenient than ever before.
See your smile transformation before you commit to Invisalign
Before you start treatment, your Invisalign Provider will design a precise, personalised 3D virtual treatment plan, using ClinCheck® technology that digitally maps your entire Invisalign journey. Your treatment plan shows the series of movements your teeth are projected to go through over the course of your treatment. This enables you to see what your teeth are expected to look like when the treatment is finished and how long your treatment will be.