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Each patient at Metamorphosis will have their own bespoke treatment plan that will be co-created by you with one of our Specialists in Orthodontics. Each plan is highly specialised and unique to an individual. The first step is a full consultation with one of our Specialists in Orthodontics which costs £160 and this includes a full oral examination, x-rays, and photos and discussion with our treatment co-ordinator. 

Treatment prices start from £4,890 for both Upper and Lower Arch. The exact total cost of your orthodontic treatment will be given to you following your consultation at the clinic with one of our Orthodontic Specialists.

 

0% Payment Plan

Here at Metamorphosis Orthodontics we want to allow all our clients to access the best treatment plan possible so that everyone has the chance to have the healthy, perfect smile they deserve. 

Registered with the FCA (Financial Conduct Authority), Metamorphosis Orthodontics offer a 0% Interest Free Payment Plan, allowing you to pay a small amount on the day of your brace fitting with remaining affordable monthly payments spread over the following 12 months.

Our payment plan is provided by Snowbird to ensure flexible and affordable patient finance options and are available on most of our treatments, including Invisalign, Damon and Lingual Braces.

To ask any questions about our 0% Payment Plan and treatment costs, simple click here and fill in the form to request a call-back or contact us directly on 0207 731 1077 or smile@metamorphosisorthodontics.com.

The exact total cost of your orthodontic treatment will be given to you following your consultation at the clinic with one of our Orthodontic Specialists.

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