INVISALIGN CLEAR BRACES
We are delighted to be able to offer this tried and tested highly effective orthodontic treatment to straighten teeth, in both adults and adolescents.
Invisalign systems use advanced 3D computer-imaging technology to produce a set of individually customised aligners that are virtually invisible which, over a planned period of time, straighten your teeth and achieve the smile you've always dreamed of. This series of clear aligners are worn, each for for about two weeks, to move the teeth gradually till the desired effect is achieved.
Invisalign aligners are nearly invisible. They are removable, so you can remove them before meals and so have no restrictions on what you eat and drink. And you can also remove the aligners to brush and floss your teeth normally. There are no metal brackets or wires. The computer-generated treatment plan allows you to view your virtual results you can expect before you even begin treatment.
The duration of treatment depends on the degree of displacement of the teeth, but generally lasts from 9 to 18 months. The treatment is not painful bu some people may feel transient minor discomfort for a few days at the beginning of each new stage of treatment.
In common with all orthodontic treatments, wearing a retainer after treatmenthas been completed is very important, to maintain the teeth stable in their new positions.
If you haven’t yet come across Invisalign, there are plenty of reasons why the UK’s favourite straightener is hailed as a revolution in orthodontics.
The Secret Straightener
If orthodontics makes you think of ugly metal braces, think again. Invisalign aligners are made from a clear plastic which makes them practically impossible to see at work.
We all love surprises - but not when it comes to orthodontics. Our clever 3D scanning and planning software lets you see how your new smile will look before treatment begins.
Invisalign aligners are removable so you can take them out for eating, cleaning, smooching and more.
Invisalign corrects the full range of orthodontic issues including crowding, gaps, misalignment and more.