Straighten your smile with discreet braces in Milton Keynes

Do you worry that you are too old to straighten your teeth? You are never too old for orthodontics! In fact, an increasing number of adult patients are visiting the orthodontist in recent years. A straight, healthy, beautiful smile is within your reach, no matter your age.

At Northlight Dental, it is never too late to get the smile you have always wanted. Our orthodontist in Milton Keynes, will evaluate your oral health and provide you a customised treatment plan based on your smile goals. We offer a wide range of discreet orthodontic treatments and we are happy to help you find the one that fits your lifestyle.

Orthodontist in Milton KeynesTooth-coloured braces

Tooth-coloured braces offer a unique combination of strength and beauty. The fixed brackets are small and translucent and mix harmoniously with the natural colour of your teeth.

Lingual braces

Lingual braces are fixed behind your teeth and are therefore invisible when you smile. These braces are entirely customised to match the shape of your teeth, meaning that your orthodontist in Milton Keynes will create the metal brackets just for you. Lingual braces are entirely invisible and are a viable option for athletes, models, actors or musicians. Just like metal braces, they can fix complex dental problems including rotated and misshapen teeth.


Invisalign is an innovative treatment for patients who want to straighten their teeth but don’t want to wear traditional braces. Invisalign allows for more personalised and discrete treatment. The transparent, removable aligners are made with the help of 3D technology for added comfort and perfect fit. Your orthodontist in Milton Keynes will give you a full set of aligners as you go, and you will have to wear each one for two weeks until your teeth have reached their correct position.

This process is gradual and can take anywhere between 9-24 months. During this time, you are barely limited in what you can and can’t eat so that your lifestyle doesn’t have to change. You can also remove your aligners in order to brush and floss your teeth as you normally would.