What is Invisalign?

Our teeth are one of the most prominent and important features of our face, and we want them to feel and look their best. With Invisalign you can get that perfect set of teeth without the hassle of restrictive orthodontic devices like traditional braces. It's a revolutionary treatment which can help realign your smile with a minimal impact on the way your teeth look and feel throughout the day,

Invisalign is designed to improve the appearance of your teeth over a period of time. It all works by using clear aligners that are placed on the teeth which gradually move them into a better position. And with each aligner being specially designed, it means you can get the right look just for you without having to compromise.

They are used to correct various common orthodontic issues like the overcrowding of teeth, cross bite, deep bite, under bite and widely spaced teeth. It is a more comfortable and almost invisible way to straighten teeth than braces, with the added benefit of being able to remove them whenever needed. There is no longer the hindrance of having them removed by trained professionals, and your lifestyle can remain the same - in and out when you want them.

They are great for people who want to maintain the look and feel of their natural teeth while gradually working towards their dream smile. Being able to eat the foods they want, whilst still maintaining the best oral hygiene possible, is an ideal solution for most people.

It all works by having a physical impression or scan of your teeth, which is then transferred over to your provider to perfect and create into a suitable mould. You then receive a range of aligners which you're able to change at home every two weeks, and to ensure that your teeth are on track, a check-up of every two months is highly recommended.

When it comes to Invisalign it's a a gradual change that occurs week by week, and bit by bit. By the end of your treatment you should have the perfectly aligned teeth you always wanted. Some people need and extra couple of aligners to make a few final adjustments, but in general most people will not require any additional work.