Are You Looking for an Orthodontist in Littlehampton?
Here at Splash Orthodontics, we pride ourselves on our exceptional customer service and treatment plans. Our orthodontists specialise in a variety of braces options and offer both adult and child braces. Although we are located in Hove, it’s only a short drive from Littlehampton and we encourage all of our patients to make the short trip to visit our clinic.
Our entire team at Splash Orthodontics are specialists in orthodontic treatment, making us the most sought-after orthodontic practice across the south coast.
Splash Orthodontics offer free, no-obligation consultations to all our patients considering orthodontic treatment. The consultation will allow you to ask any questions as well as talk though your braces options with our specialist, Iain Hoeltschi.
Some questions you may want to ask are:
- Am I an appropriate candidate?
- What is involved?
- What treatments are there?
- How much will it cost?
Not only do we offer a free consultation, but our patients will benefit from a variety of braces options to choose from. We can help you decide what braces will work best for your individual needs and ensure you obtain the results you deserve.
Orthodontist Treatment in Littlehampton
Due to the rise in cosmetic surgery, more people are travelling around the world to receive expert treatment – which is why we’re encouraging people from Littlehampton to make the short trip down to our Hove clinic.
Our top priority will always be your health and safety. We understand that some people are anxious when visiting the dentist or orthodontist, which is why we take time discussing your options and going through the simple treatment process with you. We welcome questions, so please do ask away if you want to know more about the treatment process and our plan can help you achieve the smile you deserve.
Our Braces Treatments in Littlehampton
We provide a wide variety of braces options for our patients in Littlehampton. From children’s braces to adult braces, our team are confident they can offer a solution that will fit your requirements.
It’s important to remember that choosing your braces isn’t just about how they look. Different braces operate in different ways, for example Invisalign is known for being discrete and removable, but they do not offer the same degree of control as fixed braces. While both Invisalign and fixed braces are both exceptional options, it’s important to understand that they adopt different tooth-straightening techniques. This is why it’s important to speak to our team to ensure you’re making the right decision regarding your braces choice.
During the consultation, you will have all your braces options explained to you in detail and any other questions you have will be answered by our team. There really are no stupid questions, so ask away! Our resident orthodontist Iain Hoeltschi will also be present during the consultation to answer any questions you may have.
For more information on the treatments we offer, please see below:
As we mentioned previously, Invisalign is an appealing braces option for those looking to adopt a more discrete appearance. They are made up of two removable, cleaner aligners that must be removed during meals and cleaned regularly. While the discreteness is a huge plus point, you will have to remove the aligners every time you want to eat something.
Invisalign have become very popular among teenagers for their discreteness, so this is something to consider if you’re wanting to keep a low profile. Additionally, while they have not been around for as long as fixed braces, they do produce consistent results.
Arguably the most traditional braces option, fixed braces offer an exceptional degree of control. If you are not concerned with aesthetics and you’re looking for braces that offer the highest degree of control, fixed braces may be the option for you.
Fixed braces, on average, are worn for 2 years – but this does vary from patient to patient. You are able to eat with them but it’s important to keep up with your flossing and cleaning to ensure no food gets stuck! Regular check-ups are also required to ensure your teeth are developing naturally.
Many people who opt for lingual braces see them as a mix between Invisalign and fixed braces. This is because lingual braces are fixed to the back of your teeth, out of sight. They offer a fantastic degree of control with the added bonus of discreteness.
We offer braces options to children and we recommend that all children visit their dentist or orthodontist between the ages of 6-10. This is simply to ensure that there are no underlying problems that may cause discomfort or eating issues further down the line. If there are issues and they are not discovered or dealt, it could cost a small fortune to rectify in the future.
Teen treatment is becoming more popular because of the addition of discrete braces. Invisalign in particular is incredibly popular among young people for this very reason. We will happily talk through your braces options during your consultation to ensure that you pick the braces that you’re most comfortable with.
Getting braces as a teenager should be seen as an exciting step to healthier teeth!
While many people still believe that there is a ‘cut off age’ for braces, this is not the case! Anyone can get braces, regardless of their age. Adult braces are becoming more popular because of the cosmetic surgery boom.
Invisalign is a popular choice or adults considering braces, for the same reason young people get them, some adults prefer a discrete braces option.
However, speaking with our team will help with your choice.
Visit Our Clinic for a Free Consultation
So, if you’re looking for specialist orthodontist, why not make the short trip down to Hove to visit Splash Orthodontics? A 50-minute drive could lead to a healthier, happier smile. Get in touch today for your free consultation!
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Monday – Sunday 09:00 – 20:00 (anytime outside these hours is free)
1 hour – £1.00
2 hours – £2.00
4 hours – £3.20
Max – £5.20
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