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Invisalign Treatment – Cosmetic Clear Aligner Braces in Stoke-on-Trent

Invisalign is the latest orthodontic technique that allows ultra-clear braces to gently straighten teeth in an average time of only 6-12 months. The technology works by focusing on the teeth that show when you smile and does not attempt to make significant bite changes, instead focusing on the core areas that allow your dentist to comfortably straighten your teeth and transform your smile. As a leading provider of this treatment in Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, we have treated hundreds of cases and we are confident we offer the most affordable prices against our local competitors in Stoke-On-Trent and Newcastle-Under-Lyme.

We can correct crookedness, spacing, overbites, underbites, overjets with the brace in a short period of time.

As part of our brace package, a free set of retainers are provided at the end of treatment and you will also receive a free Teeth Whitening kit.

We have straightened hundreds of patient’s teeth in Stoke-On-Trent with this technique and this is by far our most popular brace.

What makes us so popular?

  • Average treatment time of only 6-12 months
  • No extractions required
  • Removable so very easy to clean
  • Free Whitening kit included after treatment
  • Free Retainers included
  • Flexible payment plans

This patient was not happy with his flared teeth.

This patient wanted his teeth straightening. Accomplished in 8 months


Do I need to wear metal train track braces?

No. Unlike traditional braces, Invisalign braces are metal free

How does Invisalign work?

Invisalign works by gently applying pressure to get your teeth to move where they need to go

Are the braces noticeable?

Unlike metal braces, you will not be walking with a mouth full of metal. These clear aligners are made out of a thin plastic material.

Will I need retainers after the brace has been removed?

Teeth are constantly moving so in order to maintain straight teeth, we would fit a retainer immediately after treatment. You will have a set of retainers after the brace has been removed to keep the teeth straight. The retainers will need to be worn for a lifetime to keep them permanently straight.

It is your responsibility to ensure the retainer is worn according to our instructions.

I’m interested so what do I do now?

If you are interested then please do not hesitate to contact us to arrange for a consultation. We can treat most patients with Invisalign and it is important for us to find out whether it is suitable for you too. It is also an opportunity to meet the dental team and discuss your needs. We will also discuss pricing of the treatment for you.

What are the stages involved?

Stage 1) We take impression moulds of your teeth. Photographs and also X-ray scans of your jaw.

Stage 2) The Invisalign braces are fitted. We made need to fit tooth-coloured buttons to your teeth

Stage 3) The braces are changed every 2 weeks.

Stage 4) The buttons are removed.

Stage 5) Your final retainer is fitted

How much does Invisalign treatment cost?

£2800 for one arch meaning top teeth only or bottom teeth only.

£3500 for both arches meaning top and bottom teeth treated at the same time.

Retainers and a Teeth Whitening kit are also included in  the end of treatment

Our consultation fee is only £20

How do I pay for the treatment? Is there payment plans?

Most of our clients like to pay per visit, however others like to apply for finance.

How much does Invisalign cost on the NHS?

Invisalign aligners are not available on the NHS.

Do you have to wear invisalign clear aligners forever?

No, you don’t have to wear Invisalign aligners forever. Invisalign treatment typically follows a specific timeline, which varies depending on the individual’s needs. Here’s a general overview:

  1. Active Treatment Phase: This is when you wear the Invisalign aligners almost constantly, except when eating or brushing your teeth. This phase’s duration depends on your case’s complexity but usually lasts between 6 to 18 months. During this period, you’ll switch to a new set of aligners every 1-2 weeks to gradually move your teeth into the desired position.
  2. Retention Phase: After the active treatment phase, you enter the retention phase to ensure your teeth stay in their new positions. This usually involves wearing a retainer. Initially, you might need to wear the retainer all the time for a few months, and then only at night. The length of this phase varies; some orthodontists recommend lifelong nighttime retainer use to prevent teeth from shifting back.
  3. Long-Term Maintenance: This is an ongoing process to maintain the results achieved. It often involves wearing your retainer several nights a week or as your orthodontist advises. This part of the treatment is crucial to prevent relapse, where teeth gradually return to their original position.

Remember, each case is unique, and your orthodontist will provide specific guidance based on your individual needs. Regular check-ups and following your orthodontist’s instructions are key to the success of your Invisalign treatment.

Can Invisalign Fix Overbite?

Yes, Invisalign can be effective in correcting an overbite. The custom aligners apply gentle pressure to reposition the teeth, contributing to a straighter smile. It’s important to consult with a dental professional to determine if Invisalign treatment is suitable for your specific case of overbite.

Can Invisalign Fix Gaps?

Absolutely. Invisalign is commonly used to close gaps between teeth. It uses a series of clear, custom-made aligners that gradually shift teeth into desired positions, leading to a new smile without the gaps.

Can Invisalign Fix Underbite?

Invisalign can address mild to moderate underbites. It works by realigning the teeth so that the upper and lower jaws fit together more comfortably and effectively. However, severe underbites might require additional orthodontic treatments along with Invisalign.

Is Invisalign Painful?

Invisalign treatment is generally considered less painful than traditional fixed braces. While there might be some discomfort or pressure when a new set of aligners is first used, this typically subsides quickly. Many users find Invisalign more comfortable due to the lack of metal brackets and wires.

Should Invisalign Cover All Teeth?

Yes, Invisalign aligners are designed to cover all the teeth in the arch being treated. This ensures that the aligners can effectively apply the necessary pressure to move the teeth into their new positions, contributing to a more efficient and comprehensive teeth straightening process.

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