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Teeth Straightening with Invisalign®

Fast Facts

  • Invisalign Go® provides a fast, near invisible solution to misaligned front teeth in adults
  • Appliance removable for eating & cleaning
  • Treatment costs just £2,999.95 or, with our interest free finance, £299.99 per month (based on 10 monthly repayments with no deposit. Representative APR 0%. Total amount payable £2,999.90. Loans subject to status. Written details on request.

Invisalign® for fast realignement of front teeth

Are you troubled by misaligned, crowded or crooked teeth but concerned about the impact of braces on your appearance?

 

At one time, getting straighter teeth meant metal braces but, thanks to advances in dental care, many cases can now be treated with removable discrete orthodontic appliances that are particularly suited to adult cases.

 

Picture of Invisalign nearly invisible aligner

At AllClear, we are able to treat many cases of misaligned front teeth (i.e. incisors, canines and first premolars) using Invisalign Go®, a series of removable near-invisible aligners which has the advantages of speed of treatment (treatments typically take just 8 months to complete) and cost effectiveness (the basic treatment costs just £2,999.95 or, with our interest-free finance, £299.99 per month*).

 

 

 

Invisalign straightens teeth using a series of nearly invisible aligners that are custom-made to your teeth for comfort. As you replace each aligner every two weeks, your teeth will move gradually towards the final projected position as prescribed by your Invisalign provider.

 

 

Invisalign Go® can treat a range of adult orthodontic conditions and is particularly suited to cases of ‘relapse’ (e.g. where braces were worn as a child but the teeth have returned to their misaligned position in later life).

 

Orthodontic treatment by general dentists

Teeth straightening has been traditionally undertaken by specialist orthodontists who have received extensive postgraduate training in the straightening of teeth. In recent years, a number of orthodontic treatments have been developed for use by general dentists (such as AllClear's dentists) and Invisalign Go® is one such product. For suitable cases, these products can give excellent and fast results but they do have limitations and for serious or complex cases of misalignment, a specialist orthodontist should still be consulted. We will be happy to recommend a local orthodontist to you if we feel that your condition is outside the scope of what we, as general dentists, are able to treat at AllClear.


 

* based on £2,999.95 borrowed repayable by 10 monthly payments with no deposit. Representative APR 0%. Total amount payable £2,999.95.

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