You will receive a free initial consultation which involves the delving into your smile goals and examining if your condition is suited for Invisalign. After establishing your suitability, a computer image of your before and after smile will be generated – you will get to see the final outcome of the treatment even before the Invisalign procedure is started! After getting your approval on the projected time line of the Invisalign treatment, our clinician will have a personalised set of Invisalign aligners created bespoke to you.
The Invisalign aligners are clear and comfortable and you’ll wear them for 2 weeks, after which you’ll move to the next set and the next, periodically, typically, every 2 weeks. Every aligner that you receive is a bit different from the previous one and they work over time to move your teeth into the desired position. Your visits to us are planned and spread over every 2 months of your treatment period so that we can monitor your progress besides giving you the new set of aligners.
Invisalign Teen is for teenagers who require minor teeth straightening correction.
Teenagers no longer have to deal with conspicuously unsightly metal braces. Your teen can achieve get a winning smile with Invisalign Teen. To ascertain whether Invisalign braces are the right cosmetic dental treatment, we encourage you to book a free initial appointment and have your teenage child visit us in our surgery.
If you have been thinking about getting a new confident smile, you can now have a ‘test drive’ from the comfort of your home. Click on the button below and take a selfie to start your 60 second Smile View Experience. You can then visit Walton Dental Surgery for a suitability assessment and get all the details, treatment plan and investment. Invisalign has been used by over 7 million people worldwide. It is safe, comfortable and near-invisible. It allows you to continue as usual at home and work without others becoming aware that you are receiving a treatment.
Begin with the End in mind!
Boost your confidence and appeal by having a straight and healthy smile created with Invisalign and turn heads in your personal and professional life.
What’s amazing about Invisalign is the range of orthodontic problems it can remedy. It does away with conventional unsightly metal braces for fixing crooked teeth, crowded mouths and gappy teeth. Invisalign’s appeal lies in its ease of use. The near-invisible aligners are removable, comfortable and non-interfering in your regular life and appearance.
Our clear-aligner treatment using Invisalign involves highly efficient orthodontic devices. These are transparent braces made from special near-invisible sythetic material that work to create a straight and healthy smile that you’ll be proud of. Invisalign is discreet. No one will know that you are wearing dental aligners unless you tell them.
When you choose Invisalign to enhance your smile, we will first do a digital scan of your teeth and record the positions of your current teeth and work out the desired target positions. This allows us to create a computer generated model revealing the before and after positions of your teeth. As a next step, your custom aligners are produced. You are required to wear the aligners for 22 hours a day for a period of a fortnight. As treatment continues in time, your teeth will be slowly move to the desired predetermined positions.
On average, for the Invisalign dental aligners to do their job, the treatment can take any time from a few weeks upto 18 months.
Your Invisalign treatment journey involves these steps:
After a demonstration of Invisalign and providing you assurance by showing you some of our past results, our professional Invisalign practitioners will make evaluations for your treatment.
The necessary diagnostics will be conducted, including Xray imaging and your dental records will be studied as per the Walton Dental Surgery’s treatment plan.
An impressive virtual 3D image called, “clin check” will then be created. The image indicates both your teeth’s current position and the after-treatment intended positions.
Then work begins at Invislign Lab where they create custom made aligners for you – each aligner is worn for about a week and the total number of aligners dependson the amount of tooth movement needed.
The Invisalign braces are invisible – they won’t interfere in your daily life or alter your appearance like conventional braces do. They are removable and you may remove them to eat and to do your oral hygiene routine. You are required to wear the aligners for at least 22 hours in a day.
You will need switch to a new set of aligners between 7 to 14 days and we will keep tabs on how far your teeth have been nudged by the aligners. The entire series of aligners work collectively to move your teeth into the right position.
What is Invisalign®?
Invisalign aligners are clear, removable and snug plastic covers that fit tightly over your teeth. Invislaign is clinically approved and a great alternative to metal braces. A bespoke set of Invisalign aligners helps you get a straighter smile over time, discreetly. Remove them to eat, drink and to do your oral hygiene routine – Invisalign have been used by over 6 million people worldwide.
How does it function?
After the diagnosis and the creation of a treatment plan, sets of aligners are fabricated in a specialised lab. These aligners are produced in sets to be used in a certain order and they fit you as a series of aligners. The process employs highly advanced computer imaging and production technology.
The requirement is to wear each set of the provided aligners for a fortnight for a certain period of time till your teeth achieve the desired straightness. For clinical reviews, you will need to visit us once every 2 months?
Why choose Invisalign aligners?
Invisalign aligners are transparent and near-invisible once placed over your teeth. Your teeth get straightened inconspicuously.
High comfort levels – the absence of metal and wires allows for greater comfort when you are wearing the aligners.
Removable – you can take them off when you eat, drink and perform your oral hygiene routine.