Teeth Straightening

Family Dentistry, Cosmetic Dentist
& Facial Aesthetics.

Orthodontic Treatment

In the last 10 years, more and more adults in the UK are receiving orthodontic treatment to get that perfect straight smile. Orthodontic treatment has changed dramatically in the past 15 years so have no fear, as the days where the ‘metal mouth’ was largely prominent are now long gone.The Inman Aligner is now becoming well known for being an easy solution to straighten teeth.

An Inman Aligner is similar to an orthodontic retainer as it is an easy to remove appliance that aligns front teeth in a quick and pain-free way. It can be used to straighten both the Upper teeth, as well as the Lower teeth.
The appliance has Nickel Titanium coil springs that power two aligner bows that gently oppose each other. This generates a ‘squeeze’ effect on the front teeth which gently guides the teeth into alignment.

Composite Bonding

has become increasingly popular, as it is one of the least invasive cosmetic treatments. It is a fantastic way to change your smile and improve major or minor corrections to your smile. The colour of the material used is matched to the colour of your teeth and is bonded directly onto the tooth surface.

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How much will I be expected to pay?

The costing is tailored to each individual person. The average cost for an Inman Aligner in the UK today is expected to be between £1250 and £2500, which is less expensive than traditional braces.

Is it comfortable to wear? Will I be able to speak properly?

In the first few days of wearing the Aligner it may feel slightly uncomfortable, as your mouth will not be used to wearing an appliance, however after a week it should start to feel more comfortable. Also during the first 2 weeks, you may find your speech has been affected and your mouth may salivate more than usual but this will eventually subside. This is all normal and happens with many people who wear an Inman Aligner.

How long is the treatment?

An Inman Aligner is usually a much faster technique than most orthodontic appliances, however the treatment time is down to the individual. When you book a consultation appointment at Abbey Dental practice, the dentist will be able to thoroughly check your teeth and give you a realistic guide on how long it will take to complete. In most Inman Aligner cases, it can take between 6 – 18 weeks.

What are the steps after I have had my consultation?

First Visit

If you have decided to go ahead with the Inman Align treatment at Abbey Dental Practice, the dentist will proceed to take impressions of both your upper and lower teeth. This only takes 10 minutes and is very simple and quick to do.

Second Visit

Once the impressions have been taken, they will then be sent be a laboratory in London which specializes in custom making your Aligner. When it is ready, we will then contact you to make another appointment at the practice to fit the Aligner.

Ongoing Treatment

After the fit, you will need to wear the Align for at least 16 – 20 hours a day and you will have to come back to Abbey Dental Practice every couple of weeks so the dentist can check your progress.

Our Cosmetic Dentistry Sevices

Teeth Whitening Procedure

Teeth whitening

Teeth whitening is one of the easiest ways to enhance your looks. Whether you want to add a sparkle to your smile for your wedding day or perfect your look for business meetings, whitening is simple, affordable and safe.

Dental veneer process and procedure


Veneers are an extremely popular choice if your teeth aren’t as aligned as you would like, or maybe you have a small chip in your tooth, which is noticeable when you smile? Maybe your teeth are stained, stopping you from showing your full smile? Whatever the reason, veneers can certainly help. Providing you with the perfect smile, getting veneers doesn’t require any major procedures, and they look like natural teeth.

Dental bridges procedure

Dental Bridges

A fixed solution that helps to replace any missing teeth by fixing two or more bridges on either side of the missing tooth providing a placeholder so the new tooth can be fitted with ease, helping to `bridge` the gap.

Teeth straightening options

Teeth Straightening

Today, teeth straightening is more common than ever before. Popular with patients of all ages, we utilise new aligner technologies and cosmetic braces to provide a treatment plan that fits with you and your lifestyle.

Dental Crowns Repair and Procedure

Dental Crowns

At Abbey Dental Practice, we provide high-quality ceramic crowns, which can be ideal if you’re self-conscious about a current crown, you have a discoloured tooth, or you’re suffering from a crumbling filling.

Our Patients

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I used to suffer anxiety when visiting the dentist due to a bad experience years ago, this resulted in me not going for years! Abbey dental have changed all that for me, I no longer stress or worry about going and their treatment is second to none. They have given me the confidence again and have not judged me or looked down at me. I would highly recommend them to anyone.
As soon as you walk in to Abbey Dental Practice you are welcomed with a friendly face. Rob and his team are friendly, professional, but above all they put you at ease. I have never had a fear of the dentist, but Abbey Dental Practice is the most customer friendly dentist I have ever been registered with. Would highly recommend without hesitation.
As someone who has been afraid of going to the dentist for many years, I was fortunate to go to Abbey Dental Practice. Everyone there is so helpful and friendly and Robert Handley is so calming and reassuring, I finally lost the fear. After some years due to gum recession I was advised implants were an option. After some thought I decided to go ahead and it was the best decision I could have made as I have no trouble eating at all.
I travelled over two hours for my appointment this morning, normally takes an hour, got stuck in heavy traffic. My family and friends ask me why haven't I changed dentist since moving to North Wales. My answer is simple......."I trust them"
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