Clinic 95 offers lot of cosmetic solutions to dental issues. One of these is the Invisalign system. Here, our Invisalign advisors answer the most common questions about the process.
Invisalign is a clear alternative to braces designed with you in mind. It gives you the smile you've always wanted, without the pain and anxiety associated with metal braces.
To help you get a more beautiful smile, Invisalign uses a series of clear, removable, custom-made aligners to gradually move the teeth into their desired position. These aligners are virtually invisible, comfortable to wear and easy to remove. You can simply take them out for special occasions and you will brush and floss as normal throughout your treatment.
Invisalign is a modern and hygienic way to straighten teeth.
Invisalign is a virtually invisible way to straighten teeth. It consists of a series of custom-made, mouth guard-like clear plastic aligners. The aligners are removable and are replaced every two weeks.
An average Invisalign braces course of treatment takes about a year. At regular intervals, you will receive a new set of custom-molded clear aligners to continue the straightening process. The total number of clear aligners is specific to you, determined by the Orthodontist specifically for your course of treatment.
Invisalign is designed to treat a wide range of straightening issues, from minor tooth movements to more complex cases. If your smile is not the smile you want, then why not see if Invisalign could work for you.
Simply answer the interactive questions about your daily routine and your current smile. We will then evaluate your answers to see if Invisalign could fit your lifestyle and address your needs.
Please be aware, the Smile Assessment does not offer a clinical diagnosis and is intended for general guidance purposes only.
To discuss your treatment in detail, please call the practice to make an appointment with our Invisalign dentist, Harris Smeyatsky.
This innovative system could change your smile forever, and give you confidence for the rest of your life.
Costing between £4000 to £6000 depending on complexity of case, we offer competitive dental finance deals, including 0% finance through Medenta.
Just ask us for details