Invisalign

Introduction

Invisalign is a world-renowned brand for ‘Invisible Braces’ Treatment. Utilising digital technology, we are able to provide accurate digital imaging for the assessment and consultation of our clients’ need for treatment.

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Benefits

  1. Virtually Invisible
    Invisalign is almost unnoticeable. This helps to improve the look of metallic braces whilst speaking or smiling.
  2. Removable
    The convenience of being able to take off the trays to clean your teeth, helps enhance oral hygiene.
  3. Comfortable
    Having no wires, and being a flat polymeric material, these are also more comfortable as there it will minimise discomfort to the gum and soft tissues.
  4. Better Hygiene
    The Invisalign trays are to be removed only during eating and tooth brushing. Unlike traditional braces, the teeth can be cleaned much more efficiently and this will reduce the chance for tooth decay and gum problems during the treatment process.

Treatment Process

  1. Initial Consultation
    A detailed consult will be performed which will include dental photographs, impressions of the jaws, dental radiographs which may include a Cone Beam Digital CT Scan.
  2. Scans sent for initial assessment
    The initial scans will be sent and a digitised virtual 3D representation of the teeth will be returned via ClinCheck© Software. The straightening process and an estimated end result will be shown to you even before the treatment begins!
  3. Acceptance of treatment
    Once treatment is accepted, we will send the case to Invisalign HQ in the United States for the production of your customised trays.

    After 6-8 weeks, your trays will be ready.

  4. Treatment Regime
    Every 2 weeks, the set of trays will need to be changed. You will be expected to wear the trays for 20-22 hours a day, taking them off only for eating and brushing.
  5. End of treatment
    Once all your trays have been worn, the end of treatment will be just around the corner! You may be expected to wear your retainers to keep the position of the teeth as it was when the treatment ended.