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  • Writer's pictureWinchester Orthodontics

Finding the right place for you

There are many things to take into consideration when choosing an orthodontist in Hampshire.

Orthodontic treatment typically lasts between one and two years, so you want to make sure that you feel comfortable with the orthodontic team, the wider environment of the practice and the reception staff. You are going to be spending a big chunk of time here, so be sure to find a practice that feels right on all levels.

In Hampshire, orthodontist Dr Suzette Mulder at Winchester Orthodontics is the lead practitioner at our surgery. She achieved an MSc in Orthodontics at the Medical University of South Africa and an award for the most eminent postgraduate student from the University of Pretoria. She has worked with more than 4000 patients over the past tenyears and brings all her knowledge and experience to her treatments.

The whole team

Suzette knows that it’s not just about her own skills – the team she has around her is also vital. This includes the orthodontic nurses, the patient co-ordinator and practice manager/receptionist. She knows that for you to have the best experience possible, it really is a team effort  –right from when you walk in the door and are greeted by the warm and welcoming environment.

Our style is cosy with a modern touch – we have televised signage for you to look at in the waiting area, which includes local adverts and practice information such as patient and staff achievements.

Our services

In Hampshire, orthodontist Dr Suzette Mulder offers a full range of orthodontic treatments, from teeth whitening to braces and aligners. This includes: Invisalign for adults and teenagers, Damon clear and metal braces,lingual braces, traditional metal braces, cosmetic braces and BioBiteCorrector®. Let’s take a look at one of these.

Invisalign is a system of clear braces that we fit for adults and teens. These are particularly popular because they are invisible – no one would know you are wearing them. Unlike traditional metal braces, they are also removable so, even though you need to wear them for at least 22 hours a day, they can be taken out when you eat and to clean.

Get in touch

Book in for a free consultation and find out how our orthodontist in Hampshire can help you to a happier, healthier smile.


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