If you would like to book an appointment with Bristol Orthodontics please contact us via telephone or email

       
 

  Bristol Orthodontics - Kingswood

  63 High Street
  Kingswood
  Bristol
  BS15 4AD

Telephone: 0117 960 5900
Fax: 0117 960 5930
Email:

koc@bristolorthodontics.com

Practice Opening Hours

Monday 08:00 - 16:00
Tuesday 08:00 - 18:30
Wednesday 08:00 - 16:00
Thursday 08:00 - 16:00
Friday 08:00 - 13:30
Weekends closed

  Bristol Orthodontics - Clifton

  Wallace House
  116 Pembroke Road
  Clifton, Bristol
  BS8 3EW

Telephone: 0117 974 6555
Fax: 0117 973 8216
Email:

clifton@bristolorthodontics.com

Practice Opening Hours

Monday 07:50 - 16:30
Tuesday 07:50 - 20:00
Wednesday 07:50 - 18:45
Thursday 07:50 - 16:30
Friday 07:50 - 13:50
Weekends closed

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First Appointment

Your first visit will be an initial orthodontic examination and consultation. We place a lot of emphasis on the initial consultation as this is where we get the opportunity to carefully listen and discuss with you how you feel about your teeth and general appearance, exactly what you wish to achieve and why. We will also discuss the physical effect your teeth are having on your day to day life and may assess the general condition and position of your teeth, bones and other structures of the mouth in order to recommend options for treatment. We may also take diagnostic records e.g. X-Rays, photographs and impressions.

Our objective is to make sure your visit to us will be pleasant and informative.

Missed Appointment

If for any reason you cannot make it to your appointment, please contact your practice to rearrange. We request 24 working hours' notice to change or cancel an appointment. By doing so you allow another patient to use that time as well as reschedule your appointment.

Emergencies

Emergency situations in orthodontic treatment are very rare indeed. In the unlikely event of a genuine emergency occurring outside normal hours whilst under orthodontic treatment (and this does not include events such as having a loose bracket), please contact your own dentist or NHS 111.

If you break an appliance, or have a problem with it, do email or telephone us as soon as you can during normal hours.  We will see you as soon as we can to relieve any pain, remove problem appliance parts and if possible repair the appliance.  Failing this, we will make you another appointment as soon as possible to repair the appliance. In the meantime though, if any parts of the brace feel sharp, place some of the wax we have given you over these parts to stop them rubbing.

To relieve discomfort in the first few days of wearing you appliance, your normal simple pain relief tablets can be taken.