Cardiff Orthodontic Practice

 

The Orthodontic Centre Cardiff joined the Q Dental Care Group in 2010.

The practice is situated in a business park on the outskirts of Cardiff’s city centre, just off junction 30 of the M4, and has free car parking available right outside the door.

The building was purpose built to be an orthodontic practice, making it very modern, accessible and welcoming.

 

Reception

The reception area is your first point of contact with the practice. It is fully computerised and staffed at most times by at least two receptionists. The receptionists are responsible for checking you in and out of the practice, making appointments and taking telephone enquiries.

Patient Lounge

Located just opposite the Reception area is the Lounge. This comfortable, open plan area features a flat screen TV, magazines to read and a walled fish tank, which we know has a very relaxing effect on our patients.

 

Treatment Area

With nervous dental patients uppermost in mind, the clinical areas have been specifically designed to create an ultra hygienic and efficient working environment with a very calming ambience - no more dental fears! Meanwhile the state-of-the-art specialist orthodontic equipment includes modern digital imaging and dental x-ray technology helping us to treat you to the highest clinical dental standards.

X-Ray Room

As part of the orthodontic examination, it is often necessary to take radiographs (X-Rays). We have very modern machines to enable us to take the best possible images. The X-Ray room and our procedures are carefully designed for your maximum protection against unnecessary exposure to radiation. We also take care to send copies of our X-Rays to your dentist to avoid the need for unnecessary duplication.

Sterilisation Room

The sterilisation room is where the instruments are cleaned and sterilised. We use as many disposable items as possible at each treatment for the protection of all our patients, but any instruments we have to re-use are sterilised at 134°C every time they are touched. This ensures that there is no risk of cross-infection between patients.