Invisible Braces

Invisible Braces

For adults who never achieved teeth straightening in childhood, invisible braces offer the new alternative. There are no unsightly metal bars or brackets to cause discomfort. Your teeth are gradually repositioned, giving you the smile you deserve.

Almost regardless of your age, your confidence and comfort can be boosted by realigning your teeth with invisible braces. Invisible braces/tooth positioners are not visible to the normal eye and are suitable for minor tooth movements to more complex cases. You can trust us to advise on the best treatment for your individual situation.

Invisible braces can be used to correct crooked teeth, close up gaps, re-position twisted teeth, improve overbites and underbites. All procedures are aimed to improve your smile and give you long-term comfort.

Invisible braces, or clear aligners, are often preferred to traditional metal braces because they are more comfortable to wear, with no metal or sharp edges and are virtually invisible. They are specially fabricated to fit your teeth and to gradually move them into the desired position.

As part of our treatment we provide retainers to be worn at night after the treatment has finished. This ensures that your teeth remain in the correct position and that over time they do not shift.

Full treatment takes from six months to eighteen months, depending on your teeth and prices start from £2,000. This can be paid for in easy monthly terms using our interest free finance plan options.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Q: Does the treatment hurt? 
A: The aligners moves your teeth into position gradually. You may feel a little soreness for the first few days.

Q: How long does it take?
A: Each aligner is worn for about two weeks before being replaced by the next set of positioners. The length of the treatment takes from six to eighteen months, depending on how much movement is needed.

Q: Will I have to wear a retainer for life?
A: To maintain your results, we advise a retainer is worn.

Q: How often must be aligners be worn?
A: The aligner must be worn all the time during treatment, expect when eating, brushing or flossing your teeth.

Q: Will it affect my speech?
A: There is an initial adjustment period, however after a couple of days, the appliance will feel completely normal in your mouth.

Q: How often do I need to visit the dentist?
A: To ensure your treatment is progressing successfully, we will invite you back in for an appointment every six to eight weeks.

Contact us or call 023 8084 2106 for a no-obligation consultation now.

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