How does Invisalign Work?
Invisalign is the most advanced clear aligner system in the world, proven by over 6 million satisfied smiles. Invisalign uses a series of clear plastic aligners which look similar to a tooth-whitening tray. These aligner trays are made of highly flexible and smooth plastic materials that are worn over your teeth, gently pushing them towards the desired location. By combining the latest century orthodontic technology with precision and accuracy, our dentists can help you achieve your dream smiles with customised Invisalign plans.
Invisalign clear aligners work by progressively moving your teeth into a more desired position. The duration of your Invisalign treatment can vary depending on each case, typically ranging from 6 months to 3 years. The best part of having Invisalign is that most people won’t be able to tell that you’re having treatment because the aligners are virtually invisible.
Every 10 -14 days your dentist will instruct you to change to a new set of aligners that builds on the work of the previous set. At each dental appointment you will receive sufficient aligners that last 8 to 10 weeks.
Whether you’re a teenager or an adult, no matter what age you are and what stage you are at in life, it is never too late to fix your smile. You will appreciate how Invisalign has minimal interference in your daily life, but has a significant positive impact on how you look and feel about yourself. From mild cases of crooked teeth, to much more difficult dental bite issues such as overbite or underbite, Invisalign can effectively correct a wide variety of dental problems.
If you have ever been told Invisalign cannot work for your situation, we specialise in complex cases for teens and adults, and we would love to speak with you about your options.
If you are curious about Invisalign or keen to start your treatment, please reach out to schedule your complimentary Invisalign consultation. We look forward to helping you achieve your dream smile soon!
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