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 From £3000

What is Invisalign®?

One of the most popular and effective ways to move your teeth, known as the gold standard in clear aligner treatment, Invisalign® can straighten your teeth in as little as 12 weeks!
If you’ve ever been bothered about crossbites, crowding or gaps, Invisalign® could help. Through gentle movements of the teeth from clear retainers you wear each week, the teeth move to the ideal position for your desired outcome.  
Invisalign®’s treatment planning tools mean you only need short and usually non-invasive visits to your Invisalign® Provider every few weeks. We will provide you with your next series of aligners to take home – so you can change them every 1-2 weeks, wherever you might be. 



  • What is Invisalign?
    Invisalign® treatment is a virtually invisible way to straighten your teeth. Using advanced 3D computer-imaging technology, Invisalign® shows you your complete treatment plan based on your Invisalign® Provider’s prescription, from the initial position of your teeth towards the final desired position. Then a series of clear aligners are custom-made for your teeth to move them little by little. Each aligner is worn for about one- two weeks before being replaced by the next in the series, gradually moving towards the projected final position. The treatment time depends on your specific needs and will be decided by your Invisalign® Provider.
  • How does Invisalign work?
    Invisalign® aligners move teeth through a series of carefully controlled movements. Unlike traditional braces, Invisalign® treatment not only controls the amount of movement that each aligner delivers, but also the timing of the movement. So, at each stage, only certain teeth can move, following the Invisalign® treatment plan for that particular stage. This results in an efficient force delivery system.
  • How long does the Invisalign treatment take?
    The time taken depends on the complexity of the treatment. During your consultation, your Invisalign® Provider can give you more detailed information.

What's the process?

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