How often do you change your toothbrush?

It is recommended that you should change your toothbrush at least every three months as the bristles wear out and become less effective over time. If you wear braces, it’s likely you will be cleaning your teeth more often and taking more care to clean around the brackets and wires. This will result in your toothbrush wearing out sooner and needing replacing more often.

We have a great new range of high-quality Curaprox toothbrushes available at the practice. These bright and colourful brushes are extremely well made and have soft bristles making the cleaning of your teeth comfortable and effective. Make sure you ask one of the team about them the next time you are in to see us.


I wanted to say a huge thank you for all that you have done with my teeth. I’m so happy with the outcome, you are amazing at what you do.


To Dr Wood and all the dental nurses. Thank you for all you have done.


Thank you so much for all your hard work in making my teeth perfect. They look wonderful and I now love to smile!



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If you are interested in getting your teeth straightened and would like to explore the options, call us to arrange a free consultation with one of our specialist orthodontists.

There are so many reasons adults decide to get their teeth straightened and we know this is a big decision for many. Here at East Midlands Orthodontics, we will help and support you through every step of the process.

If your child does not qualify for orthodontic treatment or you want to explore other treatment options for them, we are pleased to offer private treatment.

Invisalign uses a series of clear aligners which are almost invisible to gently move your teeth to the desired positions. Call us today to arrange a free consultation and to start your journey towards a straighter smile.

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To explore all the options available to you and to discuss what you wish to achieve from your treatment, book a free consultation with one of our specialist orthodontists today