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    If you are looking for a treatment option that will straighten your teeth gradually and discreetly, Invisalign might be the option for you. Invisalign can help treat a variety of orthodontic concerns, including teeth which are crooked, crowded or with gaps. Invisalign straightens teeth using a series of virtually invisible, clear plastic aligners. Unlike fixed braces they are removable and are custom made to sit over your top and bottom teeth, gently moving them into position.As you replace each aligner, your teeth will move – little by little, week by week – until they have straightened to the final position prescribed by your Orthodontist.

    They're comfortable, easy to wear and discreet. And what's more, they get great results! .

    Because the aligners are virtually invisible, you do not have to worry about how they look on your teeth. The aligners should only be removed when eating, brushing or flossing your teeth. They can also be removed for important occasions, such as family weddings or client meetings - this is one of the real benefits of Invisalign treatment. However, we ask you keep these occasions to a minimum. The more you take your aligners out, the longer your treatment will take, and the less effective it could become.

    How does it work

    Step:1
    Impressions will be taken of your teeth and will be sent away to Europe . At a further appointment approximately three weeks after your initial appointment, we will recall you for a clinical check. you will be able to view your virtual 3D treatment plan illustrating the series of movements your teeth will go through over the course of the treatment. This allows you to see what your teeth are expected to look like at the conclusion of treatment. Your custom made clear aligners will be made from this treatment plan.

    Step:2
    Should you accept your clinical check and are happy to proceed with your treatment, you will need to pay a deposit to manufacture the Invisalign Aligners; the remainder of the fee will be paid over 18 to 24 months by interest free monthly instalments.

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