Invisalign has revolutionised orthodontic treatment, allowing you to transform your smile discreetly and comfortably. It uses a series of virtually invisible custom-made aligners to gradually straighten your teeth without the need for metal wires or brackets. Each aligner is worn for around two weeks, for between 20 and 22 hours a day, and they should only be removed for eating and brushing.
At West House Orthodontics we offer the popular and well known Invisalign Full, as well as Invisalign Teen, Invisalign Lite and the newest member of the Invisalign family- Invisalign i7.
If you’re considering orthodontic treatment but don’t like the thought of fixed braces, then Invisalign could prove the ideal solution. Our patients love the fact that Invisalign aligners are practically invisible, and because they are removable you’ll find it easy to brush and floss your teeth as normal throughout your treatment.
What’s more, you’ll be able to see your finished smile before you even start wearing your Invisalign aligners. Using ClinCheck® computer software your specialist orthodontist can show you a computerised version of how your teeth will look once treatment is complete.
Our Invisalign fees are fully inclusive, and treatment includes two years of follow-up care once you’ve finished wearing your aligners. You’ll also receive customised fixed and removable retainers to ensure your teeth stay straight and you keep smiling.Contact us
Our Invisalign fees include:
- Invisalign virtually invisible removable aligners.
- Surgery hours, finance and retainer appliances as for Platinum Plan.
Investment from £2500
Frequently Asked Questions
Yes in most cases orthodontic treatment using Invisalign® can be completed more quickly.
Some patients may not be suitable for Invisalign® treatment; your orthodontist will advise you during your initial appointment.
Yes, we usually advise patients to wear a retainer for about a year following completion of treatment. This helps to ensure the teeth do not drift back into their original position.
Occasionally you may experience a slightly uncomfortable sensation when you change one set of aligners for the next in the series. This feeling disappears, usually after a day or so as your teeth become accustomed to the new aligner.