Invisalign Clear Aligners®

For years 'teeth straightening' has been seen as a treatment only carried out on teenagers. Now with the latest technology, adults too can benefit from wearing a brace but without all the hang-ups of years gone by.

Invisalign® uses a pair of transparent aligners which are moulded to the exact shape of your teeth using 3D computer imaging. These aligners are so comfortable to wear that you will soon forget that they are there - they are also invisible when worn and so there is none of the embarrassment that comes with wearing large metal braces.

Benefits:

  • Discreet treatment option. You can keep the fact that you are undergoing orthodontic treatment a secret from friends, family and work colleagues.
  • Aligners fit comfortably over the top of your teeth like lightweight mouthguards.
  • Aligners can be easily removed for eating and brushing your teeth.
  • Good for treating mild to moderate cases in patients of all ages.
  • Before treatment starts, you can see a computerised preview of how your smile will look and can view it in three dimensions.

Video: Guide to Invisalign - the Clear Alternative to Braces

Comfortable. Removable. Barely Visible

The aligners can be removed for eating, drinking, brushing and flossing your teeth, but otherwise are worn continuously. Every fortnight the aligners are replaced by the next pair in the series so that your teeth are slowly moving and straightening without pain or discomfort. The use of aligners exerts a controlled force on the teeth: at different stages in the process, only certain teeth will be allowed to move. Thus the whole process is gradual, controlled and painless.

Get in Touch

For more information about Invisalign Clear Aligners and Teeth Straightening treatment at Acton Vale Dentists, please get in touch to arrange an initial Consultation with our Specialist Orthodontist by calling us on 020 8749 3267 or by completing our Online Appointment Request Form »

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