Invisalign

One of the UKs leading Invisalign providers in the New Cross, Deptford and Lewisham area, with over 10,000 transformations treating mild to severely complex cases.

What is Invisalign?

Invisalign is an almost invisible way to straighten your teeth compared to conventional braces. Invisalign uses a series of clear, removable, custom-made aligners to gradually straighten your teeth. The process is planned completely digitally for more accuracy.

As one of the most experienced Invisalign providers in the UK, we can straighten your teeth using Invisalign within 2-3 months in some cases with prices starting from £1700. With our experienced team we are also able to straighten even complex teeth positions often within 14 months, see below.

Over the past 5-10 years, technology within Invisalign has advanced and we have been able to treat even severe cases using this system. We offer complimentary clear, removable retainers to keep your teeth straight after Invisalign as well as a 5 year guarantee.

 

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Can I eat with Invisalign?

No. It is important to wear your aligners 22 hours a day but you need to remove Invisalign aligners to eat and brush your teeth.

Can I drink wearing Invisa?

Yes. So long as the drink is not hot, you can drink with Invisalign in your mouth.

How long does the treatment take?

Treatment varies depending on the position of your teeth. On average we are able to straighten your teeth between 4-6 months. Sometimes treatment can take over 12 months in more complex cases.

How much does Invisalign cost in London?

Invisalign prices start from £1700 for mild cases to £3200. For more experiences providers, Invisalign can be used in combination with other types of braces to treat a wider range of treatments, such as impacted teeth or large spaces and can be more expensive.

Please look at our offers for special deals. Interest free payment plans or split payments are available for all options.

Does Invisalign work for all teeth?

In the right hands, Invisalign are able to treat teeth as complex as would be possible with traditional braces.

Since our team are experienced in both removable aligners and conventional braces, we can use a combination of Invisalign and fixed braces to treat almost all types of teeth positions.

Does it hurt?

The teeth straightening process can feel sore as the teeth move, but soreness is much reduced using Invisalign clear aligners compared to traditional braces.

Soreness usually only lasts a few days and we have certain techniques and products used in conjunction with Invisalign helps to speed up treatment to assure you the treatment will be as short and comfortable as possible.

What is the process?
  1. Book your free consultation and discuss your wishes
  2. Obtain a 3D scan and visualisation of your simulated outcome
  3. Receive your customised treatment plan and report of your current oral health and our findings
  4. We fit you with your first Invisalign trays and begin to transform your smile
Can Invisalign make your teeth fall out?

Orthodontic braces which tried to move teeth too fast can end up causing problems and making them loose. This is why Invisalign uses computer technology to work out exactly how much to move your teeth with each clear aligner. If your teeth need to move a long way, we don’t move them any faster, we simply use more aligners, each one moving the teeth small amount. This keeps Invisalign safe and keeps you in the knowledge that your teeth won’t be compromised by having orthodontic treatment.

Can Invisalign make my teeth as perfect as braces?

Yes. The only time that Invisalign might not work as good as braces is if you’re back teeth have  a long way to move. An orthodontist might feel they can achieve a better result using fixed braces, however for most cases Invisalign works just as well as braces.

How will Invisalign straighten my teeth?

The basic principle of straightening teeth  is the same with Invisalign as it is for any braces. We simply apply pressure to the tooth in the desired direction and the tooth will move. Conventional braces do this by attaching a bracket to your tooth and then using wires to pull/pull/rotate the tooth. Invisalign straightens teeth using a series of clear aligners. Each aligner moves your teeth a small amount, after the teeth have moved you replace the aligner with a new one. This is typically done once every two weeks with a total of 26 aligners for each Invisalign case.

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