Practice Principal Dr Devayani Arya is supported by a highly qualified and experienced clinical team and dedicated nursing and administration staff.
We provide both NHS (available to patients aged 18 years or under who qualify for funding under current NHS regulations) and private treatment.
We have been successfully treating patients and helping them achieve their dream smiles for over 30 years. Our team here at Sutton Orthodontics are committed to the patient journey and we pride ourselves on being a positive experience with the highest standard of care and comfort.
Orthodontics is a dynamic and rapidly evolving dental specialty and our investment in your care reflects this. We have on-site digital X-Ray facilities, as well as an iTero IntraOral scanner to help patients visualise results before treatment commences and eliminates the mess and unpleasantness associated with traditional impressions.
Sutton Orthodontics offers a selection of teeth-straightening options that includes fixed braces utilising both metal and clear ceramic attachments, Invisalign®, Damon™ and Incognito™ or WIN lingual braces.
Once orthodontic treatment is complete, we can complement your new straight smile with home-based teeth whitening.
We also offer our patients anti-snoring solutions, that can greatly improve their quality of life.
To help with budgeting for the cost of your treatment and making your perfect smile more affordable, we offer various payment plans. These include the opportunity to spread the cost by paying in instalments with a 0% interest finance plan over 12 months or a low-cost interest finance plan for longer periods of time, allowing our orthodontic treatments to be available to all.
We are governed by the General Dental Council (GDC), Care Quality Commission (CQC) and Financial Conduct Authority (FCA).
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