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How to get straight teeth without braces

If you have always wanted straight teeth but hated the thought of wearing "train tracks" or don't want people to know you're wearing braces then Invisalign may be the perfect solution for you.

Invisalign the clear alternative to braces

What is Invisalign?

Invisalign Clear Aligners

The clear alternative to braces

Invisalign treatment uses cutting edge technology, to create virtually invisible and removable trays or "aligners" which are customised to purposely fit around your teeth. These aligner trays gently shift them to the correct position based on the dentist’s plans offering you the chance to have your dream teeth without anyone knowing you are having treatment.

The discrete removable trays are worn throughout the day and taken out when brushing, flossing, eating or drinking and act as an alternative to conventional braces.

What are the benefits to Invisalign?

  • Appearance

The beauty of Invisalign is that nobody other than yourself knows you’re wearing them, offering a stark difference to the usual metal braces.

  • Comfort

Unlike with conventional braces which must remain on at all times and can only be removed or altered by a specialist dentist, Invisalign gives you more control. If, for any reason you wish to remove them for a brief period of time, it’s as easy as taking a retainer out.

In addition, the treatment is non-invasive and only requires visiting your dentist every 6-8 weeks.

  • Hygiene

Being removable means there’s no chance of getting food or anything else stuck in your mouth. This prevents the likelihood of developing tooth decay or gum disease whilst wearing them as you are comfortably able to continue oral hygiene maintenance.

  • Visualise your treatment

Invisalign treatment uses state of the art technology which allows you to see firsthand what you can expect from your treatment and how long it’s going to take therefore cutting out the uncertainty surrounding standard braces.

What to expect with Invisalign

  • Initial Consultation

  • Dental records which include x-rays, impressions and scans

  • From these records, a 3-D digital treatment plan is tailored for your needs and wants

  • Custom made trays are made for you

  • Initial fitting period

  • The trays are worn for 20-22 hours a day and changed every 2 weeks by yourself

  • Appointments every 6-8 weeks to check progress and collect new trays

How much does Invisalign cost?

You could have straight teeth from as little as £80 a month. Please enquire for more information.

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