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Dental braces for straight teeth - Stonehouse Orthodontist, near Stroud, Gloucester in Gloucestershire
Invisalign and Inman Aligner types are available.

We are highly experienced in the art of tooth straightening; creating a healthy balanced looking smile. David Lyons, has been providing high quality orthodontic treatment for over 21 years and has completed over 1000 cases, providing a new, natural looking smile every time.

There are a variety of treatments/braces available, including the fixed “train-track” braces, tooth coloured braces and invisible braces, either of the Invisalign type or the MTM lingual orthodontics and "Inman Aligner" type.

We use braces to gently straighten teeth, in order to provide a healthy balanced smile. Invisible braces are increasingly popular, especially our lingual braces MTM ® No Trace System ™ worn on the inside of the teeth.  Please ask us for more details.

Having been appropriately trained, Dr Lyons, is able to provide a free N.H.S. orthodontic assessment for children, which will determine whether or not they qualify for treatment under the N.H.S.

Adults and children (if they do not qualify for N.H.S. orthodontic treatment) can choose to have private orthodontic treatment.  As costs vary depending on the treatment plan, these will be discussed with you at your orthodontic assessment.  Various payment options are available to spread the cost of treatment.

We currently accept referrals of patients for orthodontic treatment from several dental practices in South Gloucestershire. Adult patients of other dental practices may self-refer if they wish, and indeed many of our orthodontic patients travel many miles to see us, coming from London, Bristol and Somerset and other places outside Gloucestershire.

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