Invisalign

Crooked and crowded teeth can make many people conscious of their smiles. There are now ways to transform your smile without the need for traditional fixed braces.

Invisalign uses a series of transparent trays – like a gumshield – that you change every week to gradually move your teeth into a straight line.

Invisalign retainers are safe and comfortable to wear (with no sharp edges), and they’re easily removable for eating, drinking, brushing and flossing. The best bit is that they’re almost invisible, so nobody’ll notice you wearing them.

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INVISALIGN TREATMENT SOLUTIONS

Open bite

An open bite is where the front upper and lower teeth do not meet when the mouth is closed, leaving a gap. Often caused by habits like thumb-sucking or genetic factors, it can affect biting and appearance.

Crowded teeth

Crowded teeth occur when there isn't enough space in the jaw for all teeth to fit normally, causing overlapping or twisted teeth. Often due to genetic factors or early loss of baby teeth, this condition can hinder oral hygiene and may require orthodontic correction.

Underbite

An underbite is when the lower front teeth protrude past the upper front teeth, often due to jaw misalignment or genetics. This condition can affect chewing and speech and usually requires orthodontic or surgical treatment.

Gapped teeth

Gapped teeth, or diastema, refer to noticeable spaces between two or more teeth. Often hereditary or caused by habits like thumb-sucking, these gaps can be an aesthetic concern and are best addressed with orthodontic treatment.

Crossbite

A crossbite is when some of the upper teeth sit inside the lower teeth instead of the outside. Caused by misaligned jaws or irregular teeth positioning, it can lead to uneven wear and jaw issues. Orthodontic treatment is often recommended for correction.

Overbite

An overbite is when the upper front teeth overlap significantly with the lower teeth. Often genetic or caused by habits like thumb-sucking, it can lead to bite issues or enamel wear. Orthodontic treatment is commonly used for correction.

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why Invisalign®

Invisalign® is highly popular among patients due to the virtually invisible aligners. The treatment is hard to detect, and most people won't notice it at all. Alongside its exceptional discretion, there are numerous other advantages associated with this unique orthodontic system.

Fits Around Your Lifestyle

Flexibility to remove your aligner for various activities such as eating, drinking, or playing sports.

Unrivalled Comfort

Custom made to fit perfectly to your teeth with no wires or rough areas.

Hygienic

Removable aligners allow you to clean your teeth as normal.

Non Invasive

No drilling or invasive work required. The aligners do all the hard work over time.

Prevent Tooth Wear

Straightening your teeth reduces tooth wear and can fix jaw issues.

Quick and Efficient

Notice the difference in weeks. Invisalign treatment can be completed in a little as four months.

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The world’s most popular clear Brace systems

Free virtual 3D scan

We can create a 3D image of your teeth in just minutes using an iTero scanner, a leading digital scanner from the makers of Invisalign® clear aligners.

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the process

A full examination, a discussion about your concerns and expectations, several photographs and scans.

3D Scan to show what it could look like

Planning of the Invisalign can take up to
2-3 weeks

Manufacturing Invisalign

Invisalign fit

Monthly visits to check progress and
undertake any adjustments

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testimonials

For the first time in years, I have a nice smile. The crown was a perfect match, despite my teeth being various shades. The same applied with the filling on the gum line. The dentist made sure I felt okay and at ease. He paid particular attention to detail in his work until he was satisfied. Lovely clean and calm atmosphere. Staff are friendly. I am more than happy. Thank you



I don’t like usually going to the dentist, but I have to say this dentist is amazing. The team make you feel at home and friendly staff. I just finished my Invisalign treatment. It was really good. I can’t stop smiling. Thank you to Dr Deep Patel especially for doing such a great job.



I’m a very nervous patient, this dentist put me at ease and was very polite. I’m now changing my dentist of 48 years to stay with them. I would recommend this dentist.




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Frequently Asked Questions

Invisalign is a versatile treatment that can be effective for both teenagers and adults. It’s particularly popular among adults due to its discreet appearance. However, the suitability of Invisalign depends on the specific orthodontic needs of the individual. Book a consultation with us to determine if it’s the right option for you, regardless of your age.

Some mild discomfort or pressure is normal when you switch to a new set of aligners. This is a sign that the aligners are working to move your teeth. However, the discomfort is generally much milder compared to traditional braces. It usually subsides within a few days as your mouth adjusts to the new aligners.

The frequency of orthodontist visits varies depending on the treatment plan. Typically, patients have follow-up appointments every 6-8 weeks to check the progress and receive their next sets of aligners. These visits allow us to ensure the treatment is progressing as planned and make any necessary adjustments.

Invisalign aligners are removable, making it convenient to participate in sports and play musical instruments. If you’re involved in contact sports, you can wear a protective mouthguard over your aligners. For musical instruments that involve blowing, like brass or woodwind instruments, you can remove the aligners if necessary.

After completing your Invisalign treatment, your orthodontist will provide you with retainers to help maintain your newly aligned smile. Retainers are essential to prevent your teeth from shifting back to their original positions. Depending on your orthodontist’s recommendation, you might initially wear your retainers full-time and then transition to wearing them only at night.