Central Orthodontics

About Us


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Central Orthodontics was originally established in 1980 in Stirling.  The Practice moved from Pitt Terrace to the current site on Dumbarton Road in November 2013.  This was the old "Tourist and Ticket Information Centre"



We expanded and opened our Falkirk branch in 1991, and located to Meeks Road in 2000. Maps to locate the practices are available on the contact us page.

We offer an extensive range of treatments for both adults and children, including, tooth coloured ceramic braces, lingual braces, and 'Invisalign®' braces. Each brace is chosen depending on your individual needs.

At Central Orthodontics you are guaranteed a friendly welcome amidst relaxed and comfortable surroundings. Our team of highly skilled professionals takes great pride in delivering the best standard of treatment and service available.

We believe that anyone, adult, child or teenager can benefit from the amazing transformation that orthodontic treatment can offer.

General Dental Council

All staff are registered with the General Dental Council.  Click here to reach their website.



Dr Peter McCallum's schedule
Dr Stuart Dunn's schedule
Dr Robert Hill's schedule
Dr Darren Gray's schedule


Our friendly staff and down-to-earth approach, ensures a pleasant experience for patients of all ages. All staff members are registered with the General Dental Council and support their registration by attending courses in "Continuing Professional Development".

Orthodontic Therapists

Orthodontic Therapists provide treatment, fit and adjust braces under the direct supervision of the Orthodontists. They are either Dental Hygienists or Dental Nurses who have undergone further training to allow them to do some of the tasks normally carried out by an Orthodontist. They are skilled at placing, adjusting and removing braces.

They provide valuable assistance in the clinic to allow the Orthodontist more time to see new patients who require their expertise and advice. This helps to reduce the length of time you have to wait for an appointment.

Dental Nurses

Dental Nurses work alongside the Orthodontists and Therapists. Dental Nurses train for two years to understand and become proficient in all the tasks of running a surgery and looking after patients.

This includes sterilising instruments, maintaining stocks and generally providing help and assistance to allow the practice to run smoothly. Many go on to develop further skills and qualifications in oral health education, radiography, impression taking and photography.

Laboratory Technicians

Laboratory Technicians work in the background casting models, making retainers and braces. Some of the more specialist technical work is carried out in laboratories in Scotland, Germany and the United States.


Receptionists are your first point of contact. They will be pleased to help with your enquiries and appointments. They have an important role in the practice running smoothly. If you are unable to attend, they would appreciate your help by rescheduling appointments as early as possible.

They are a great team who help and support each other. This allows the practice to run smoothly and efficiently for the benefit of our patients.