Welcome to Peterborough orthodontics, Peterborough’s leading orthodontic practice. We are a well-established practice, conveniently situated in Peterborough, providing individuals and dentists in Lincolnshire, Cambridgeshire, Peterborough, Leicestershire, Stamford, Cambridge, Oadby, Spalding, Wisbeach, Oundle and the surrounding areas a specialist facility where patients can treated for both private and NHS Specialist Orthodontics.
We believe in a more personal approach to orthodontics, an approach that is focussed on service and expertise and that puts the patient first. We are proud to be a centre of clinical excellence in adult and child orthodontics, providing the best dental care to suit you, not only as a patient, but also a person.
Our excellent orthodontic services can be found in the centre of Peterborough, in a modern, multi surgery practice. Specialising in orthodontics, we use the invisalign, clear braces, Nhs and incognito systems to straighten teeth.
Each of our clinicians has at least 10 years of orthodontic experience and will work together to provide the latest dental care and techniques, to ensure you have a smile to be proud of.
So if overly crowded waiting rooms, unfriendly dentists and painful treatment are common complaints for you, a visit to our orthodontist in Peterborough will be a pleasant surprise. We look forward to welcoming you.
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