As the very first orthodontic practice in Glasgow, we have been making people smile since 1972.
We have always been committed to providing NHS treatment to children and adults over the past 40 years and our enthusiasm continues to this day.
Our experienced clinicians are at the forefront of private orthodontics offering the latest treatments such as Damon, lingual and aligner appliances (see our treatment pages for more information) . As we solely specialise in orthodontics, our experienced and highly qualified clinicians are able to formulate and carry out tailor-made treatments to suit each of our patients.
Our primary goal is to make our patient’s happy and to achieve this our treatments will maximise your smile and facial appearance whilst ensuring that chewing function is optimal.
Orthodontic treatment requires commitment with both time and money but the benefits will remain for the rest of your life. This is why it is important to have your treatment planned by an experienced clinician who can explain all of your options along with the pros and cons of each before you make your decision.
Here at Park Orthodontics patient safety and comfort is our highest priority, we are proud to be part of The Scottish Orthodontists Specialist Group and all staff are registered with the General Dental Council.
We comply with all Health and Safety guidelines on sterilisation and disinfection and follow the rules and regulations of the National Radiological Protection Board in the use of x-ray equipment. We also observe the rules of the Data Protection Act 1998.
Our practice is conveniently located in the heart of Glasgow’s West End, overlooking the magnificent Kelvingrove Park. We benefit from ample parking on-street in the surrounding area and are close to all local public transport links including the Exhibition Centre railway station.
I had fixed braces for 2 years as a teenager and my teeth had moved back over time. I was fitted with a ceramic fixed brace for 11 months and am delighted to have my smile back!
Stuart Collins, 30.