About Orthodontics

Orthodontic therapy, commonly referred to as braces, whether used in isolation or in conjunction with some Restorative Dentistry, can produce optimal aesthetic results.

Our Dental Team at 53 Wimpole Street ensures that all of our patients receive an outstanding level of service in a friendly, safe and relaxing environment. We use only the best materials, combined with cutting-edge computer technology, to ensure you receive the most effective Orthodontic treatment.

The correction of crowded or spaced teeth through the use of braces can eliminate unsightly teeth and produce a beautiful smile. This can be achieved with the use of fixed braces (discreetly on the outside or even inside of the teeth) or with the use of a removable braces.

Our in-house Orthodontic Specialist, Arti Hindocha is delighted to consult and advise you on your Orthodontic Treatment options, which includes a comprehensive range of Treatment options to suit your needs.

Orthodontic Treatment for children has been routine for years but adults can benefit from Orthodontic Treatment too.

If you are concerned with the alignment or position of your teeth or the development of your child’s dentition, please don’t hesitate to contact us on: 0207 935 6809 / 0207 935 0476 to arrange a full consultation appointment with Arti.

The most modern Orthodontics treatments available

53 Wimpole Street Dental Practice provide the most modern, state-of-the-art Orthodontic Treatments, which include:

1. Invisalign: Invasalign straightens teeth using a series of discreet removable aligners that are custom-made specifically for your teeth. As you replace each aligner, your teeth will move – little by little, week by week, gradually moving towards the projected final position.

2. Clear Braces: Crystal-clear braces made are made of tooth-coloured materials that blend in with the teeth and make them less noticeable than metal braces.

3. WIN system: These are metal lingual braces that are placed behind your teeth and are nearly invisible from the outside.

4. Metal braces: these braces can withstand most types of treatment and consist of a very small metal bracket bonded to the front of you teeth.

Orthodontic Treatment for children has been routine for years but adults can benefit from Orthodontic Treatment too.

Take the first step to enhancing your smile, request a full orthodontic assessment appointment with Arti at 53 Wimpole Street Dental Practice today! 0208 935 6809


  • What is Orthodontic Treatment?

    Orthodontic Treatment is a way of improving the appearance of teeth, by straightening or moving them. Aligning teeth also helps by evenly distributing the biting pressure over teeth, ensuring the long-term health of your teeth, gums and jawbone.

  • Why should I have Orthodontic Treatment?

    : If you have crowded or crooked teeth, or an incorrect bite, Orthodontic Treatment will straighten the teeth and move them into a better position. An incorrect bite will put strain on the muscles of the jaw, causing jaw and joint problems and can even cause headaches. Orthodontic Treatment helps you bite more evenly which in turn will reduce the strain.

  • At what age should I have Orthodontic Treatment?

    Generally speaking, the best time to have treatment is during childhood, but more and more adults are opting for this Treatment these days. If you have crowded or crooked teeth, or are experiencing strain in your jaw because of an incorrect bite, give us a call today to discuss how our team at 53 Wimpole Street can help you.

  • Who carries out orthodontics?

    Normally, your dentist carries out Orthodontic Treatment, but you may also be referred to a Specialist called an Orthodontist. At 53 Wimpole Street, we have our very own in-house consultant Orthodontist waiting to hear from you.

  • What happens when the teeth are in the right position?

    When treatment is complete, the teeth need to be held in position for a time as they will be prone to movement. This is called the ‘retention’ period, and the appliances that hold the teeth in place are called retainers.
    Retainers hold freshly straightened teeth in position so the surrounding gum and bone can settle. The retainers may be removable or fixed.

Orthodontic Specialist

  • Arti Hindocha

    Arti Hindocha

        10 years experience


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