At Smile Solution our three partners are registered UK orthodontic specialists.  We have decades of experience in creating beautiful, healthy smiles for each patient.  Because we are specialists, we are not limited in our treatment approaches, but can focus on which type of treatment best suits you.

Treatment choice is important.  You may have a number of points on your wish list; an invisible brace, perhaps the most comfortable means of treatment, maybe the greatest improvement in the function of your bite or simply the most cost-effective way forward.  Remember only a specialist has the expertise to use the full range of orthodontic appliances and the experience to help you choose the best one for you.

Be wary of heavily advertised quick fix braces.  These systems often cut corners which can affect long term stability and are mostly undertaken by inexperienced operators.  If these appliances were as effective as they claim, all specialist operators would be using them.


We know that a visit to the orthodontist can be daunting for some patients, so we have made the practice as welcoming as possible,  A variety of entertainments  are on offer to distract you if you arrive early.

We feel that both privacy and our undivided attention is important to patients, so we have created single chair surgeries, where only one patient at a time is seen by the orthodontist.

At our Bristol practice we have a ground floor surgery so wheelchair access is easy; this can also be arranged in our Chepstow practice when necessary.  An induction loop is also available for those who are hard of hearing.  Please let our staff know if they can help with any special needs you might have, or if you need any information in a different format.


Smile Solution is a state of the art specialist orthodontic practice and we strive to make full use of many recent technological innovations such as 3D technology and computer simulation to allow you to picture in your mind what’s possible.

Our x-ray suite is equipped with digital x-ray machines, which generate much lower doses of radiation than needed for conventional machines and yet take very clear pictures which are easy to analyse.