Beautifully straight teeth

Orthodontic treatment or tooth straightening is becoming increasingly popular with adults as well as children.

The latest orthodontic technology and techniques mean that it is now possible to treat over-crowded or misaligned teeth at virtually any age.

Your choice of orthodontic treatment

At Marlow View Dental we offer a choice of orthodontic treatments so you can choose the one that best suits your teeth, lifestyle and budget.

We offer traditional fixed braces, sometimes called ‘train tracks’. These are very effective and affordable. They are smaller, more comfortable and often faster than they used to be.

Our tooth coloured ceramic braces are much more discreet as they use clear blocks and wire. They are comfortable, and often require fewer appointments than traditional metal braces.

If you want to straighten your teeth without anyone noticing then you will be interested in our virtually invisible braces. Invisalign clear aligners are virtually invisible as well as being removable, making eating and cleaning easy.

Treatment you can trust

zahra sheriteh

Our Consultant Orthodontist Dr Zahra Sheriteh, is highly experianced in all aspects of Orthodontics. She graduated at the University of Bristol with the Dental Gold Medal in Dentistry in 2001. Having worked as a Senior House Officer in Oral Maxillofacial Surgery and Paediactric Dentistry at various post's including Great Ormond Street Hospital and the Eastman Dental Hospital, she then pursued postgraduate training in Orthodontics at Kings College London. Read more.

Improving your confidence with orthodontics

Knowing your smile is looking good can have a positive effect on your confidence and well-being. It can also help you maintain healthier teeth and gums – straight teeth are much easier to clean than misaligned teeth, reducing the risk of decay or gum disease.

Please get in touchor call 01628 488538 if you would like find out more about orthodontic treatment at our practice in Marlow, Buckinghamshire.

This page was last updated on 18 of September 2014