Invisalign braces: a clear choice


Invisalign BracesA highly effective, discreet and comfortable option for braces is the Invisalign system. Invisalign braces are completely clear, 3D printed aligners that are custom made for your mouth. With Invisalign braces, you will be given a series of plastic aligners to wear over the course of the treatment that vary slightly based on your treatment plan. These aligners aren’t permanently attached to the teeth and therefore, are easy to pop in and out of the mouth when required.

Invisalign is a great fit for many kinds of patients, as adults appreciate how discreet the aligners are, while teens like that there isn’t any metal or sharp wire involved.

Your dentist will work with you to create the perfect treatment plan for your mouth. Over the course of your care, you’ll strengthen the health of your teeth and create the beautiful and radiant smile that you’ve always wanted.

Who do I go to?

Invisalign procedures are carried out in many dental practices around the country. Some dentists are more experienced others. It is always best to choose a dentist that has a long track record and can offer testimonials, such as Graham Tinkler in London. DrTinkler has completed many Invisalign procedures across the UK. He will be pleased to offer you personalised advice and recommendations concerning your Invisalign treatment.

How much does it cost?

The average cost of Invisalign treatment is around £2500, with the end price depending on the severity of the misalignmentand the length of treatment. Invisalign costs vary widely between different practices. This is largely due to the level of experience of the dentist. It is also important to check what extras are included in the treatment cost you are quoted.

Find out what the cost includes – are whitening gel or retainers part of the package? Will your dentist offer ‘recontouring’ if that is required, to open up the edges of your teeth? These added extra scan really help with the final aesthetics of your smile, including the proportion and symmetry of your teeth.

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