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What Is The Invisalign System?
Invisalign (sometimes called invisalign full) is a clear invisible brace system that consists of a series of removable aligners that over a period of time will gently straighten your teeth.
Invisalign has been designed to:
What This Orthodontics Programme Includes:
How Does The Invisalign System Work?
Invisalign works on the principle of straightening your teeth through several aligners. These aligners will have been made to take your teeth to the next level of straightness. So the 1st aligner will fit your un-straight teeth and apply gentle pressure to move them, and the last aligner will look straight in comparison, as the aligners in between will be working to get to that last stage. Each aligner will be roughly worn for two weeks before the next in the series is worn.
Invisalign is a removable brace but it is recommended that you wear them as much as possible so your treatment does not take longer than is needed. They should only be removed really for:
How Long Will Invisalign Take To Straighten My Teeth?
Each case is different and the exact length of time it will take to complete your case will vary. At the free consultation we will be able to give you a more accurate time for completion. The number of aligners used in typical cases can vary between 18-36, which can vary around 9-24 months to complete the course of treatment.
With Invisalign it can be expected to have less visits to the dentist with a check up appointment being every 4-6 weeks.
How Old Do You Have To Be To Be Suitable For Dental Invisalign?
Invisalign can be suitable for both adult and teenagers (depending on the individual case). We find this is quite a popular treatment with both adults and teenagers as it is very discrete and easier to fit in their lifestyle.
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If you are interested in finding out if you are a suitable candidate for Invisalign, please do not hesitate to call us today and book your free consultation.