Invisalign is one of the most popular ways for UK adults to straighten their teeth. Simply Teeth dental clinic in Essex offers treatment with these clear, removable aligners, which are designed to be invisible in everyday life and have next-to-no impact on your lifestyle.
An increasing number of men and women are seeking tooth straightening treatment later in life. No matter whether they missed out on orthodontic treatment as a teenager, or had treatment but experienced adult relapse, Invisalign is often the perfect solution.
To date more than three million people across the world have been successfully treated with Invisalign, and the popularity of this treatment shows no signs of slowing down. If you are interested in discreetly straightening your teeth, we invite you to join us at our Essex dental clinic for an Invisalign consultation.
When you come in for a consultation at Simply Teeth in Essex, your dentist will perform a thorough examination to make sure that this is the best type of treatment for your needs. Invisalign can be used for a wider range of conditions than some systems of cosmetic braces.
Thanks to the advanced ClinCheck software that supports Invisalign, your Essex dentist will be able to show you the movements that your teeth will go through during treatment. They will also be able to show you what the finished results will look like, so that you know exactly what to look forward to.
Every set of aligners is made for your teeth and your teeth alone, individually designed to suit your clinical situation. Treatment involves using the prescribed series of aligners to gradually guide your teeth into a better position, bit by bit, week by week.
Invisalign treatment takes place in fortnightly increments. You change your aligner approximately every two weeks as your teeth begin to move. Both the number of aligners and the length of your treatment will depend upon the type and amount of correction that is needed; your Essex dentist will advise you of both of these things during your consultation.
Your aligners will be invisible in everyday life, and you can safely remove them to eat, drink, clean and brush your teeth.