Invisalign

This state of the art technology uses clear plastic trays, also called sequential plastic aligners, to gradually move your teeth into alignment. Invisalign is an excellent aesthetic alternative to traditional braces.

Most of the planning and skill with Invisalign happens during the ClinCheck phase where your orthodontist is presented with a set of “virtual teeth” that can be manipulated in 3 dimensions. An intimate knowledge of how teeth move is therefore essential in achieving a great result for your teeth. Your orthodontist has had an additional 3 years full time training dedicated to studying how teeth move and although an orthodontist generally charges a little more for Invisalign treatment, the final outcome is well worth it.
Beware of cheap Invisalign treatments. What you pay for is what you get.

Invisalign aligners are removable, which means you can eat, drink and floss with ease.