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Invisalign

What is Invisalign?

Invisalign works through small, gradual movements of the teeth. This is achieved through many different aligners, each to be worn for one week until the last set. Each set of aligners you wear gradually moves your teeth towards their desired position. Treatments can last between 7 weeks and 24 months, but it entirely depends on your own individual treatment.

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Why choose Invisalign?

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1 Comfortable

Everything about Invisalign has been designed with comfort in mind. The accurate and precise impressions promise a secure fit and the careful gum-line trim ensures comfort.

2 Discreet

When choosing to have a cosmetic treatment like orthodontics, it makes sense that it should be aesthetically pleasing. Invisalign appliances are made from a clear plastic that is durable and hardly noticeable when worn.

3 Removable

Because Invisalign is removable, you can eat and drink the same foods you did before. You simply take them out when you eat, clean your teeth and then pop them back on.

4 Minimally invasive

Invisalign is a gradual and gentle treatment. You barely feel anything as it works through applying small amounts of force on the teeth that need to be straightened.

5 Innovative

Invisalign uses cutting edge technology in every step of its creation – from the 3D scanning used to capture accurate impressions of your teeth to the SmartTrack material specially engineered to straighten teeth with maximum comfort.

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What’s involved?

During the initial consultation, we’ll give you an estimate of how long we think the treatment will take, as the duration depends on your individual case. If your teeth are expected to cover a lot of movement, more aligners will be needed and so lengthen your treatment.

If happy to continue, we move to taking your impressions. Using our intraoral scanner, we take accurate 3D scans of your mouth and teeth. The visuals we capture can be used to preview your new smile at the chairside, as well as be used at the lab to create the aligners.

When we receive your aligners from the lab, we arrange your fitting. We’ll explain when to move onto the next set of aligners and how to keep your mouth as healthy as possible during your treatment.

Once the treatment is over, we will take impressions of your newly straightened teeth for your retainer. It’s necessary to have a retainer to keep your smile straight for the long term.

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frequently asked questions

You need to wear your aligners for around 22 hours a day in order for your treatment to be most effective. You can take them out for eating, drinking, brushing your teeth and playing contact sports.
The Invisalign aligners are made from strong medical grade thermoplastic material, which has been uniquely developed for the Invisalign system.
You may find it takes a few days to get used to the aligners, and may have a slight lisp at first, but you should be talking clearly and confidently before long.
Yes, Invisalign aligners have been designed with comfort in mind, enabling you to easily wear them for up to 22 hours a day. They fit snugly over the teeth and have no metal brackets or wires to irritate the skin.
Treatment length varies from case to case, but most Invisalign treatments are completed in 9-18 months. Straightforward cases have a faster treatment time, whilst patients needing more complex straightening can expect to wear their aligners for longer. We can advise you of your expected treatment time after your initial consultation.
Yes, you will need to wear retainers to keep your teeth in their new positions following your Invisalign treatment. Teeth have a habit of moving out of place, so you will need to wear retainers on a part time basis (usually overnight) for as long as you wish your teeth to stay straight. You will be given fixed or removable retainers.

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