Crooked, misaligned teeth are very common. If your teeth are crooked, you shouldn’t feel like you have to straighten them. Rest assured, many children and adults have them. 

Teeth that aren’t perfectly straight are unique to you and can add personality and charm to your smile.

However, if you’re unhappy with the way your teeth look, or if they’re causing health or speech issues, you can have them straightened, without pain and quickly. 

‘QuickStraightTeeth’ is a teeth straightening system unique from the series of invisible braces on the market today. The method used has been developed to be discreet, super quick and cost effective. 

One of the reasons that makes Quick Straight Teeth unique is they do not rely on one standard aligner, unlike other invisible braces available in the UK. Quick Straight Teeth has developed a range of unique Q appliances, consisting of five highly developed teeth straightening appliances.  The force used in the use of QST is minimum.  It is the wires that exert the required pressure to move the teeth with little to no pain. 

The system uses 3M brackets, which have a reliable and proven track record worldwide for their performance and stunning aesthetics – they are nearly invisible once placed in the mouth. The wires are tooth coloured, making the braces the most discreet aesthetic compared with any straightening systems out there. Quick Straight Teeth (QST) are only used on the front 6 or 8 teeth, to correct mild misalignment and give you that beautiful straight smile you dream of.  

Quick Straight teeth add in a free whitening tray and retainer post treatment to give your smile transformation that Hollywood finish.

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