Your Durham Orthodontist
Welcome to the website of Cleveland orthodontics, your local specialist orthodontic practice offering a wide range of tooth straightening treatment for adults and children alike.
There is a vast amount of information on this website to help you decide which orthodontic treatment would be best to you, so please take a few moments to browse using the navigation links at the top of this page, then when you are ready why not request a free orthodontic consultation using the form on the right hand side
What Orthodontic options are available?
These are the classic train track braces, they are often a preferred option as they provide some of the most effective ways to straighten crooked teeth. This type of race is available to our NHS patients and our private patients on our silver plan plan.
These metal brackets are fixed to your teeth with wires which interconnect them, these wires have tension on them which gently straighten your teeth pulling them into the correct position. Some patients like to have various coloured bands, this can be offered if you would like at no additional charge.
White braces for all of the same orthodontic benefits of metal braces but have the added advantage that they are almost imperceptible was being worn. This makes them far less noticeable which many children and adults prefer.
Our goal plan offers White braces that the upper teeth and traditional metal braces for the lower teeth, this is often an excellent option for most people.
This is an almost invisible clear orthodontic system designed specifically for teenagers. The braces are not permanently fixed to your teenagers teeth and come in the form of clear plastic liners. Each aligner is one for approximately 2 weeks and then replaced for a new aligner which will gently move the teeth of a new position, each aligner mostly just a small amount.
This means the orthodontic braces are easy to keep clean and your teenager can have their teeth straightened with no one else knowing.
These braces are similar to metal and white braces back cover slightly different design to them meaning they are easier to clean, offer slightly gentler forces and have fewer visits. These braces are available on our platinum plan and look more discreet than conventional metal braces.
Who can be treated with orthodontics?
As a specialist orthodontic practice we are able to offer the people of Durham adult and children’s orthodontics. This means that if you didn’t have orthodontic treatment when you were younger, or indeed if you’re orthodontic treatment has relapsed, you don’t have to go through your entire adult life with crooked teeth.
We often find that parents come to us with their children and end up having treatment themselves when they see the amazing results that their child has achieved.
Why see a specialist orthodontist?
More and more general dental practices are now offering orthodontic treatments, whilst these can be good short-term orthodontic options they tend to have limited outcomes, especially for moving the back teeth which have larger roots.
If your teeth are particularly crowded, crooked, rotated or overlapping then you may find that your general dentist is not able to provide the orthodontic treatment you require. If you have a large overbite or under bite then again, you may need to see a specialist orthodontist in order to move your teeth to the correct position.
As specialists we also do not offer any other form of dentistry, meaning we have our entire focus on straightening teeth and achieving your perfect smile.
32-36 Baker Street
Telephone: 01642 243 080
Directions from Durham
Your drive will take approximately 34 min and is 24.3 miles
From Durham University, Stockton Rd, Durham, County Durham DH1
- Get on A19 from B1198 and A181
- Follow A19 to Stockton-on-Tees. Take the A1046 exit from A19
- Take Tees Bridge Approach Rd/A1032, Newport Rd/B6541 and B1272 to Baker St in Middlesbrough
- At the roundabout, take the 1st exit onto Haverton Hill Rd/A1046
- At the roundabout, take the 3rd exit onto Tees Bridge Approach Rd/A1032
- At the roundabout, take the 3rd exit onto Newport Rd/B6541
- Turn right onto Hartington Rd/B1272
- Continue to follow B1272
- Turn left onto Linthorpe Rd
- Take the 1st right onto Baker St
- Our orthodontic practice will be on the left
Short stay car parking is available outside the practice on Baker Street and on adjoining Bedford Street, including disabled bays.
Longer stay parking is available in the Mall and at Captain Cook’s Square: