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The 3D scan is sent off to Invisalign to start the teeth straightening process.
Tell our dentist how you would like your teeth to look at the end of treatment- tell us what bothers you
Invisalign have created a simulation of how the teeth will move week-by-week as the you change each aligner
Day 1 after having Invisalign fitted
1 week after starting Invisalign
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Clear removable retainers are worn everyday which straighten the teeth. Excellent treatment choice, as you can remove your retainers when you eat and brush your teeth and people will hardly notice that you are under treatment! Invisalign is recognised worldwide and an excellent and popular teeth straightening product.
Invisalign is the virtually invisible way to straighten your teeth and achieve the smile you’ve always dreamed of. Using advanced 3D computer-imaging technology, Invisalign depicts your complete treatment plan based on your Invisalign Provider’s prescription, from the initial position of your teeth to the final desired position. Then a series of clear aligners are custom-made for your teeth – and your teeth only – to move them little by little. Each aligner is worn for 1-2 weeks before being replaced by the next in the series, gradually moving towards the projected final position. Your Invisalign treatment time will be determined by your Invisalign Provider, based on your specific needs.
Invisalign aligners are nearly invisible. No one may even notice that you’re wearing these virtually invisible aligners, making Invisalign a seamless fit with your lifestyle and day-to-day interactions with others. Invisalign aligners are removable giving you the flexibility to eat and drink what you want during treatment by simply removing the aligners. And you can also remove the aligners to brush and floss as you normally would for fresh breath and to maintain good oral hygiene. Unlike traditional fixed braces, there are no metal brackets or wires. This means that in most cases less time is spent in your Invisalign Provider’s practice for adjustments. And finally, Invisalign allows you to view your virtual results and treatment plan before you even begin treatment, so you can see how your teeth are expected to look when your treatment is complete.
Dentists or orthodontists have, in the past, successfully used removable appliances for years. But with the application of Align Technology’s 3D computer technology and mass-customisation, the Invisalign System can be used to treat a wide range of patients who wants straighter teeth. The unique ClinCheck® software allows patients to see their treatment plan from beginning to end even before the start of treatment.
More than 4 million patients worldwide have been treated with Invisalign. The number of Invisalign smiles grows daily.
Align Technology, Inc., the company that manufactures Invisalign, was founded in 1997.
In 1945, Dr. H.D. Kiesling envisioned that one day modern technology would enable the use of a series of tooth positioners to produce the kinds of movements required for comprehensive orthodontic treatment. Align Technology has made this vision a reality. Using advanced computer technology, Align Technology produces Invisalign, a series of customised clear aligners. Each aligner is worn sequentially by the patient to produce gradual tooth movements in both upper and lower arches.
Invisalign aligners move teeth with an appropriate placement of controlled movement on the teeth. Unlike traditional braces, Invisalign not only controls the amount of movement per aligner, but also the timing of the movement. So at each stage, only certain teeth are allowed to move, as per the Invisalign treatment plan for that particular stage. This results in an efficient force delivery system that moves teeth into the desired prescribed position.
The virtually invisible aligners are made of strong medical grade thermoplastic material, uniquely developed for the Invisalign System. The aligners are custom-made for you and fit snugly over your teeth.
While Invisalign can be used with virtually any treatment philosophy, special training is needed. All orthodontists and dentists interested in treating patients with Invisalign must attend training to become qualified and proficient in the various requirements for treating patients before treatments will be accepted from their office.
Appointment intervals are generally the same as with traditional braces but can be much quicker with less time spent in the dentists’ or orthodontists’ chair during appointments as no adjustments need to be made to wires/brackets. Patients typically visit their Invisalign Provider every 4 to 6 weeks to ensure the treatment is progressing as planned, and to receive their next few sets of Invisalign aligners, but your Invisalign Provider will decide based on your treatment.
Some people may experience temporary, minor discomfort for a few days, at the beginning of each new stage of treatment when they insert a new aligner. This is normal and is typically described as a feeling of pressure. It is a sign that the aligners are working – moving your teeth gradually, helping you to achieve the final results. This discomfort typically goes away in a couple of days.
An Invisalign Provider can use Invisalign to treat overbites in the vast majority of adults and adolescents. Consult an Invisalign Provider to determine whether Invisalign is suitable for you.
Only your Invisalign Provider can determine if you are a good candidate for Invisalign treatment.
Because bridges firmly link two or more teeth together, they offer significant resistance to tooth movement. Your Invisalign Provider will be able to determine whether bridges will be a factor in your treatment.
Crowns (tooth caps) are usually not a factor in Invisalign treatment. However, sometimes small tooth-coloured composites called “attachments” are bonded onto teeth to help achieve certain movements and are more difficult to bond on crowns than teeth. In these cases, the location of crowns must be carefully evaluated. An Invisalign Provider can provide further advice.
Yes. Spaces between teeth are generally easy to close with Invisalign. Consult an Invisalign Provider to determine whether Invisalign is suitable for you.
To find out if your TMJ problem will adversely impact treatment, consult an Invisalign Provider. TMJ refers to the temporomandibular (jaw) joint. People with a TMJ condition can have a number of problems with the jaw joint, some of which can be aggravated by appliances and treatments like Invisalign, and some which can improve, remain the same or even cause the condition to deteriorate.
Yes. We are an adult dental clinic and provide a range of treatment options.
No! Braces are not just for teenagers. A growing number of the adult population are having their teeth straightened and cosmetically enhanced. If your teeth are in good condition and you have good bone support, teeth can be moved with orthodontics. If your teeth are not in great condition, we can provide you the necessary general dental care and hygiene and get you ready to receive braces.
Crowded teeth are more difficult to brush and floss, potentially leaving plaque deposits uncleaned. Plaque contains bacteria which can cause gum disease and tooth decay.
Teeth can move due to a variety of reasons:
We can shed more light on this when you attend for your consultation. You may need to undergo a short-term treatment of orthodontics to straighten your teeth again. We will discuss your fixed retention options so that your teeth don’t shift position again.
There is no reason to be embarrassed. In fact, it shows the world that you are health conscious and take pride in your appearance! We will consult you confidentially behind closed doors and discuss your treatment options with you.
Lingual braces or hidden braces are stuck behind your teeth so that no one knows that you are wearing braces.
After you’ve finished your teeth straightening treatment, we need to retain the position of your new teeth. Retainers are removable appliances that are usually worn at night to ensure your teeth are kept in a fixed position.
Invisalign and 6 Month Smiles are the most common teeth straightening systems we use at our clinic. Average treatment time could be anything between 4-9 months, depending on the complexity of the case.