It’s that time of year again, when Aintree Racecourse near Liverpool plays host to one of the world’s most popular steeplechases – for people who may not be clued up on such lingo we are of course talking about the Grand National, set to take place April 6. It is a course which pushes both riders and horses to their limits, even grabbing the attention of people who do not normally watch or bet on horse racing. Over the years, the course has seen many notable legends, of which Red Rum is a name many people will know.

But it’s not all about the action on the race course, as there is more competition taking place among the stylish spectators. With the event not far away we’re here to tell you that it’s not all about choosing the right dress and shoes, or wearing the most outrageous hat – just as important for looking good on race day is your smile, for which there are several dental treatments available at Ollie & Darsh to get your teeth white, straight and sparkling.



With time running out there is still more than a few dental treatments that can get your smile ready for race day, ranging from teeth whitening and dental veneers, to hygiene treatments and many other effective solutions. Another treatment which could get you started on a fabulous journey to straighter teeth is Six Month Smiles.


This is an orthodontic treatment which allows patient to achieve a straighter smile in 6 months, by utilising unique clear braces that are gentle and ideal for adult patients. And the braces are so discreet that even the most self-conscious fashion aficionado will be brimming with confidence on race day. All you need is an assessment with our team to ensure you are suitable for treatment, for which you can rest assure that you are in safe hands, as our very own Dr Daz Singh (Ollie) has received Mentor status for the treatment, a mark of his effective and patient-friendly use of the advanced treatment.

For more information on Six Month Smiles with Ollie & Darsh visit our dedicated page and learn how you can achieve straighter teeth.