What is Invisalign?
Invisalign uses a series of virtually invisible plastic aligners to gently move your teeth into position. Each treatment is planned individually using the latest 3D technology and unlike traditional wire braces the aligners can be removed for mealtimes and brushing.
How does Invisalign work?
At the beginning a 3D scan is taken of your teeth which is used to plan the tooth movements. This also allows you to see what your teeth will look like after Invisalign treatment. The aligners are made from this scan ensuring a perfect fit and are changed every 1-2 weeks to gently and gradually straighten your teeth.
Who is Invisalign for?
Invisalign is not funded under the NHS however is available as a self-funded option for patients of all ages including children and teens
Benefits of Invisalign
- NRemovable so can be taken out for for eating, cleaning, playing musical instruments and special occasions
- NVirtually invisible so no one needs to know you are wearing braces
- NCustom-fit so are comfortable and accurate
If you would like to know more about Invisalign please get in touch and we can arrange a free consultation with one of our Treatment Co-ordinators
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what is the treatment process?
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Could Invisalign treatment be right for me?
What should I expect during my consultation?
Your Invisalign Doctor will most likely recommend scheduling a dental check-up and cleaning before you begin Invisalign treatment, to make sure your teeth and gums are in top health and to avoid unnecessary risks.
How long will treatment take?
How many hours per day should I wear my Invisalign aligners?
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