Braces

Types of
braces

Straight teeth not only benefit your oral health but can be a boost to your confidence as well. Fitted braces are one of the most effective methods of teeth straightening treatment and that’s why they are also the most well-known. Bamford Orthodontic Practice in Rochdale offers a wide variety of braces to get you the straight teeth you’ve always imagined.

Schedule your initial consultation to determine which type of braces might be right for you.

Traditional metal braces

Traditional metal braces have been used for many years and are formed of stainless steel. These braces consist of small brackets which are fitted to the front of your teeth with a wire running between them. Wires stay in place with small elastic bands, which are the colours that are often referred to during treatment.

Metal braces are an incredibly effective treatment option and are suitable for a wide range of orthodontic circumstances.

Traditional metal braces

Ceramic braces

Ceramic or clear braces are comparable to metal braces, but they are made with virtually invisible ceramic. This makes them much more discreet but they achieve equally great results for our patients. Ceramic braces are very strong, reliable and stain resistant, so you can be certain you will get a perfect smile in minimum time.

Ceramic braces

Lingual braces

Lingual braces are fitted to the back surface of your teeth, making them totally invisible from the front. The brackets are small and are customised in shape so that they fit comfortably on the inside of your teeth.

Lingual braces

Invisalign

Invisalign’s clear plastic aligners straighten teeth without the use of metal wires or brackets. Dr Nick Hall and Dr Maria McNally are accredited Invisalign providers who can get you the incredible results you are looking for. Learn more about Invisalign treatment.

Invisalign

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Types of braces