To be eligible for treatment of orthodontics through the NHS you must be refereed to the practice by your general dentist. You must also be under the age of 18 to have treatment free of charge. There is a scale and ratio designed by the NHS that determines whether the patient case is severe enough to be covered through the NHS.
Orthodontic treatment isn’t just beneficial for teenagers and adults – it’s important for children too. That’s because, the earlier your child sees an orthodontist, the earlier any potential orthodontic problems can be identified. It is recommended that your child has their first orthodontic consultation between the age of seven and 11 while their teeth and jaws are still developing. If you would like your child to be treated at Malmin Orthodontics under the NHS please ask your dentist to refer your child to us.
Thank you so much for your fantastic work and care, you have made this experience for my children so positive and always with a smile
Thank you so much for straightening my teeth. I am so happy with them!
At Malmin Orthodontics, we provide an excellent standard of care for those who are referred to us for NHS orthodontic treatment. However there are several limitations to the NHS treatment we can provide:
We can only treat a certain number of children each year so there may be a waiting list.
We are only able to treat children under 18 years old
Under NHS guidelines we are only able to offer NHS treatment to children with the most serious orthodontic problems
We may not be able to provide treatment if you do not reside in the Primary Care Trust area.
If your child does not quality for NHS treatment we can still provide orthodontic treatment for them on a private basis. With private treatment you will receive the following benefits:
All minor and aesthetic problems can be treated that are not covered by the NHS.
Treatment can start within 14 days
A wider choice of braces are available, including more discreet options
We can offer late evening appointments
You can spread the cost of treatment with our flexible payment options
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