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Children's orthodontics

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Looking to fix your child's misalignment?

While orthodontic treatment is available on the NHS for those aged under 19 years old, this will not meet the needs of all youngsters. So, Bilston Dental Care offers private care for swift and comprehensive treatment.

NHS waiting lists are up to two years for orthodontic treatment. However, we can schedule a self-conscious teenager in for a private consultation immediately. Parents can bring children from the age of seven to private orthodontic specialists if they believe there may be a serious problem with their teeth. Treatment can even be started before all the adult teeth are in place. Minor issues which may not be covered on NHS can also be treated under our private orthodontics.

At Bilston Dental Care, we realise the importance of recognising and treating issues as early as possible.  We believe every child deserves to feel confident in their smile and enjoy the health improvements that braces bring as early on as possible, which is why our friendly child orthodontists will regularly communicate with the patient to co-operate and achieve the smile of dreams.

Private teen orthodontic care allows for the use of hidden or ‘invisible braces.’ Lingual braces are custom-made to attach on the back of the teeth, which is hardly noticeable in comparison to traditional braces. Your teen will be able to see their teeth straighten over time and reap all the usual benefits, without anyone even seeing the attached lingual braces.

Bilston Dental Care

7 Wellington Road, Bilston, WV14 6AA

01902 491 009

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Benefits of
Children's orthodontics:

private and NHS treatment

fix problems early

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