Never too late for a perfect smile

At Walpole, we have the experience to know that you’re never too old to achieve your perfect smile. More and more, we are seeing patients up to 70 years old beginning their first treatments for a brand new smile.

Getting treatment to improve a smile at any age notably improves a patient’s quality of life. The results often lead to spike in confidence and self worth. A new lease of life awaits any of our patients, and with the employment of the very latest in orthodontic technology, we can ensure your treatment is as quick and painless as possible.

According to the British Orthodontic Society, more than one million people are looking to braces to bring a beautiful smile back to their faces, rather than undergoing alternative invasive treatments. Walpole pioneered Invisalign invisible braces in the UK over 20 years ago, and our extensive experience is bolstered by our adoption of new technologies such as the ground-breaking Acceledent device, which can reduce your treatment time by around 50%.

As well as correcting crooked teeth, often without the need for extractions, we provide a wide range of treatments [link to http://www.myorthodontist.co.uk/services/treatments/] to best suit our patients.

As well as cosmetic benefits, Orthodontic correction could repair or prevent a number of health problems. When the teeth don’t meet correctly, the muscles of the jaw often strain, causing jaw and joint problems and even chronic headaches. Orthodontic treatment can help you to bite more evenly, reduce muscle strain and prevent further health issues.

It’s never too late for a perfect smile, and the Specialist Orthodontists at Walpole have the experience and expertise to improve your health, confidence and overall well-being. One in five Orthodontic patients is now an adult. Will you be among them?

“I worried about increasingly crooked teeth. I now find myself really pleased with the result, not only cosmetically but even more because I am now able to keep all my teeth properly cleaned and free of the gum disease which threatened them. So thank you to all the team who each contributed to the well being of a 70 year old” – Mary