Damon Braces


Mouth Dental is a multi-clinic practice with cosmetic dentist specialists who are industry experts dedicated towards creating beautiful smiles through cosmetic dental treatments including Damon braces, which have once again become a popular method of straightening and aligning teeth. Our primary goal is to always exceed customer expectations by providing our patients with a means to address all their dental needs under one roof. We are a beacon in the dental industry as more and more people appreciate the value of dental hygiene and cosmetic dentistry for overall health and wellbeing.

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What are Damon braces?

Damon braces are a type of braces that help straighten and fix orthodontic problems such as overcrowding and bite problems and are an option provided to patients alongside traditional metal braces. The main difference between Damon braces and other types of braces is how they do the straightening. Unlike traditional braces that have elastic ties surrounding each bracket, Damon braces use a self-ligating system to connect the memory wires to the brackets. Teeth are more adaptable to movement owing to it being self-ligating which are also gentler and more sensitive to the mouth tissue. That is why Damon braces are consider faster and more comfortable than traditional braces plus they attract less plaque and allow for easier brushing and flossing.

What are Damon braces made out of?

There are a variety of Damon braces in the market all made from a combination of fully stainless steel or stainless steel and a clear material. The stainless steel gives the brace stability and consists of a rounded structure which provides comfort and enhancing overall performance.

Damon Braces vs regular braces: What is the difference?

While they both are orthodontic treatments treating similar issues there are quite a number of differences between Damon braces and traditional braces.

  • As mentioned, Damon braces do not have elastic ligatures and instead have self-ligating brackets with a door mechanism that can be opened and close to hold the tooth-aligning memory wires.
  • Damon braces are virtually invisible when you choose the Damon clear option which is resistant to stains. Unlike conventional braces there are no visible metal parts or rubber bands that can discolour during the treatment.
  • Each person responds differently to braces and the discomfort of comfort levels experienced vary according to each individual. However, Damon braces are said to be more comfortable as the move is done gradually at a more natural pace. The Damon system exert a lighter force and with a simpler system it causes less discomfort, though initially most patients will feel some soreness till then get used to it.
  • Oral hygiene is definitely easier to maintain with Damon braces because they have few parts and so make cleaning your teeth and gums as well as the braces themselves much more convenient.
  • Opting for Damon braces could mean fewer dental visits when compared to traditional braces which need more maintenance care.

Benefits of Damon Braces

  • Less discomfort as less parts
  • Moves teeth gently so more comfortable
  • Discreet braces so less impact on your appearance during treatment
  • Fewer orthodontist appointments for adjustments
  • Easier cleaning and better hygiene without elastics
  • A transformed smile without the need for removing teeth or wearing an expander

What are the dental concerns that can be corrected through Damon Braces?

  • Straighten crooked teeth
  • Closing gaps
  • Crowded teeth
  • Bite problems

Damon Braces at Mouth Dental

If you are looking for a comfortable and effective way of straightening or realigning your teeth, Mouth Dental provides you with a variety of Damon braces to choose from. Handled by our experienced and highly qualified dentists you will experience high-end digital dentistry, specialist treatments and care. We always choose the minimally invasive treatment option whenever possible.

Types of Damon braces on offer:

Damon 3 Brackets is a combination of stainless steel and clear material offering lighter wires and brackets with less friction when they come into contact with the surface of the tooth.  As a result shorter treatment time.

Damon 3MX Brackets is an all-metal stainless steel system offering a host of benefits from promoting faster tooth movement to an easy to use slide mechanism for quick wire changes. Smooth and rounded edges for maximum comfort and improved hygiene.
Damon Q is a new all metal self-ligating braces system that is the benchmark for comfort and treatment time. High grade stainless steel, rounded corners and removable positioning gauges.
Damon clear brackets are perfect for those who want a discrete system as it is stain resistant as well as being virtually invisible.

Consultation and procedure

At your initial consultation your dentist will examine your teeth and based on your requirement determine and discuss with you the best option for your purpose. Once agreed upon the brackets will be attached during your next visit, which could take two visits to complete. Your teeth will be cleaned thoroughly before the brackets are attached. Depending on your teeth and your treatment getting your braces fixed can take about one to two hours. Some parts of the procedure might be sensitive but overall it is relatively painless.

Mouth Dental

With a base of over 9,000 private dental patients, Mouth Dental is a multi-clinic practice based at South Quay and Churchill Place in Canary Wharf as well as Nine Elms SW11. Find out more below.

South Quay

Canary Wharf

Churchill Place

Canary Wharf

Nine Elms

SW11 – opening Summer 2022


Am I suitable for Damon braces?

If you have good oral health and are looking to have teeth straightened or moved to improve issues such as crooked teeth, overcrowding, open bite, overbite and poor spacing, then do get in touch with a dentist because Damon braces could really help you.

Once teeth are aligned after the procedure, are the results permanent?

Results are permanent but you will need to wear a retainer at night to help the teeth adjust to their new positions. Your dentist may even fix a small wire or lingual brace inside for about six months to help your teeth stay in place.

How often do the braces need to be refitted?

Damon braces have a self-tightening slide mechanism which means the braces are automatically and continuously tightening little by little. So you do not really need to go in that regularly unless there is a special issue that needs to be looked into. You may have to go in periodically just for your dentist to check on the progress and make any adjustments if necessary.


Once your braces are in place you have to ensure good oral hygiene by rinsing with mouthwash regularly to get rid of any food particles stuck around your braces.

Clean between each set of brackets to remove food particles. Use a soft-bristled tooth brush and use a circular motion to clean your teeth.

Try and brush your teeth after a meal and if not possible then rinse thoroughly. Always examine your braces properly to ensure that no food particles or plaque are remaining.

With Damon braces you can floss.

Be mindful of the types of food you eat as if they are too sticky then can cause your brackets and wires to pop off your teeth. Bubble gum, caramel, peanuts, taffy and hard candy can cause serious damage to your braces.

How much do Damon braces cost?

The cost of Damon braces ranges between £1,500 and £6,000, with most cases falling in the £3,000 – £5,000 range. However the Damon braces cost will finally depend on the amount of work you will need done.

Payment options at Mouth Dental

You can make use of our payment options for your treatments that help spread out the cost. We also have a ‘pay as you go’ option that allows you to pay for the treatment you have carried out. Learn more about our 0% interest-free finance over 12 months and the 9.9% interest for up to five years, done in partnership with Chrysalis Finance.

Nine Elms, Battersea
2 Ravine Way
Legacy 1 Building
Embassy Gardens, Nine Elms
Battersea, London
SW11 7BH
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South Quay, Canary Wharf
1 – 2 Raleigh House
Admirals Way
E14 9SN
020 7987 1212
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Churchill Place, Canary Wharf
Unit 11, 2 Churchill Place
Canary Wharf
E14 5RB
020 3384 1212
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