Finaghy Orthodontic Centre is a specialist orthodontic practice established in Belfast during 1995. We offer Orthodontist treatment for children mainly on the NHS and adults on a private basis
After 23 years in Finaghy our commitment to you and your patients continues at our orthodontist in Belfast.
Finaghy Orthodontic Centre was founded back in the Autumn of 1995 from rented surgery space, kindly provided by one of our local referrers. After moving to our current location in 1998 the practice continued to grow steadily. A major expansion of the business in 2011 saw the premises extended to accommodate 7 dental chairs with a team comprising 4 Specialists in Orthodontics, 2 Orthodontic Therapists and support staff of 5 dental nurses, 3 receptionists and a practice manager.
Under the guidance of James, Mo, Ali and Mark the practice has always strived to achieve excellence in orthodontic treatment for all patients both NHS and private, children and adults. A strong ethos of commitment to the NHS continues to this day, while the practice remains at the forefront of modern orthodontic techniques including discreet orthodontic appliances for patients who wish to undertake treatment on a private basis.
With restrictions continuing to ease across the nations, we want you to continue to feel safe and comfortable as we all learn to live with the virus. To that end, we will be maintaining the procedures and guidelines we are currently operating under, which echoes Public Health England’s latest infection prevention control guidelines.
This means, when you visit our practice, we’ll continue to uphold our measures, including:
- Mandatory face coverings inside the practice for everyone’s safety.
- Social distancing in our patient lounges and public spaces.
- Enhanced PPE for our clinicians seeing you.
- Preferential card payments.
As we always have, we’ll continue to stay close to any developments in requirements, but these measures are in place for everyone’s safety.
More information on Public Health Northern Ireland’s infection prevention control guidelines can be found here - We look forward to seeing you in practice very soon.
While our Practice may not be open for new appointments or emergencies we've put together a few helpful tips that you can follow from home when taking care of your braces, alongside some clarity in the guidance on what might constitute an emergency, and what you can do from your home should have trouble securing emergency care.
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