The Hub Dental Practice

Superb fixed braces

Highly effective teeth straightening from just £2,000 by expert specialist orthodontists

Superb fixed braces

Our expert specialist Milton Keynes orthodontists offer highly effective teeth straightening from just £2,000

Fixed Braces in Milton Keynes

If you’re looking for expert teeth straightening with affordable fixed braces, we’re here to help. 

Our highly experienced specialist orthodontists near you in Milton Keynes can achieve stunning results at great prices.

Between them, our highly skilled team have straightened the smiles and improved the confidence of thousands of patients across Buckinghamshire. 

They’ll be delighted to welcome you at our state-of-art dental clinic and help you achieve a beautiful, straight smile.

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Fixed brace costs

All of our teeth straightening treatments are competitively priced and offer excellent value.
Treatment Cost (from)
Teeth straightening consultation
Fixed metal braces (one arch)
Fixed metal braces (two arches)
Tooth coloured Clarity braces (one arch)
Tooth coloured Clarity braces (two arches)
Bonded retainers (per arch)
Removable retainers (per arch)

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Meet our specialist orthodontists

We boast an excellent orthodontic team, with two of the most experienced specialist orthodontists in Milton Keynes, all of whom have extensive experience and knowledge in teeth straightening. 

Whatever your age, we have the expertise to beautifully bring your teeth back into line.

specialist orthodontist Milton Keynes Dr Xavier

Dr Guilherme M. Xavier

Specialist Orthodontist

GDC: 228179

milton keynes orthodontist Dr Tzamalas

Dr Konstantinos Tzamalas

Specialist Orthodontist

GDC: 104523

Invisible braces in Milton Keynes by Dr Kapsazova

Dr Margarita Kapsazova

Specialist Oral Surgery

GDC: 175002

Invisalign braces in milton keynes by Dr Lam


Specialist Orthodontist

GDC: 78948

teeth aligners in Milton Keynes by Dr Korosh

Dr Korosh


GDC: 108283

A simple process

Traditional and effective orthodontics

It’s no surprise that fixed braces have long been the most widely used technique for straightening teeth. The system uses brackets and wires fitted to the front of the teeth, to give the orthodontist great accuracy and control in repositioning them.

As well as offering high quality metal braces, we also offer the superb Clarity system, which incorporates tooth coloured brackets for more discreet teeth straightening. 

We also offer Invisalign clear braces and lingual braces for even less noticeable orthodontic transformations that are perfect for modern lifestyles.

The benefits of fixed braces

Conditions that fixed braces can help solve

Fixed braces can resolve a wide range of orthodontic issues, including:

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Turning the smile of your dreams into reality is easier than you might think. We offer interest-free finance to spread the costs and make your treatment more affordable.

Fixed brace FAQs

The length of the treatment depends on the individual case and the amount of movement required. Typically this would be between 12 and 24 months, though more complex cases can take longer.

The orthodontist will be able to give you a more accurate estimate of the treatment time involved at your initial appointment.

It is important to follow the instructions of your orthodontist carefully or treatment times can take longer than initially predicted.

Regular adjustment and review is essential for ensuring that your braces are functioning correctly and that the treatment is going to plan. Generally this involves coming to the practice for an appointment every six to eight weeks.

Missing these appointments will significantly slow down the effectiveness of the treatment.

Wearing your braces will feel strange at first. Your teeth may be slightly uncomfortable from the pressure and they can feel tight after an adjustment.

If you need some relief, you can take painkillers such as ibuprofen. Alternatively your orthodontist can give you a special wax to put on any parts of the brace that are irritating your gums or lips.

Allow a few days for your mouth to get used to the new appliance. If soreness persists, you can return to the practice and your orthodontist will be happy to assess and advise on how best to proceed.

When a brace is fitted, it can sometimes alter the wearer’s speech, leading to difficulty pronouncing some words as well as possible lisping. However, most people usually adjust quickly and begin speaking clearly again within a period of a few days.

Biting fingernails and chewing pens should be avoided as they can cause damage to braces and even lead to them breaking.

If you have a fixed brace then wearing a special mouthguard for contact sports is recommended. Your orthodontist will be able to discuss this with you and provide the best solution.

Consuming inappropriate foods can compromise or damage your braces. For the initial few days, it’s advisable to stick to softer foods and to cut them into smaller portions.

It’s best to avoid sticky, chewy and sugary foods. Chewing gum is especially discouraged as it can easily become stuck to your appliance.

Hard foods like apples, carrots, crusty rolls and French bread should also be avoided, as they can damage the brace’s wires and brackets.

Bits of food can get stuck in the brackets and between your teeth so be sure to clean your mouth thoroughly after meals.

Finally, it’s best to avoid fizzy drinks and natural fruit juices, as both are usually high in sugar. As well as damaging tooth enamel and causing cavities, drinking them regularly can also stain your orthodontic brackets. Instead, stick to water or plain milk for a healthier option.

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In most cases we will get back to you within 10-20 minutes. If you do not want to wait, please feel free to call us on 01908 690326. We generally answer straight away, seven days a week!