All you need to know about Invisalign in Sutton Coldfield

Invisalign straightens your teeth without wires and brackets, using a series of clear, customised, removable aligners. Invisalign aligners are virtually unnoticeable, which means hardly anyone will know that you are undergoing teeth straightening treatment.

At Dental Care Partnership in Sutton Coldfield, Invisalign is an ideal treatment for patients who cannot have braces because of a constant physical activity or a job that requires them to have an attractive smile at all times. It is also the ideal treatment for patients who cannot comply with regular dental appointments for adjustments due to their busy lifestyle.

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How does Invisalign work?

Invisalign aligners gently move your teeth into their correct position over a specific period of time. Your dentist will map out your teeth and order a series of aligners that are customised to fit your teeth into the proper sequencing.

Over the course of the treatment, your dentist will provide you with a series of aligners that gradually adjust the position of your teeth through by nudging them gently into position, following the layout mapped out in the beginning of the treatment.

Approximately every 7-10 days, you move onto the next set of aligners, with each stage only allowing certain teeth to move. This individualised process will enable your dentist to achieve lasting results.

How long will the treatment time take?

Treatment with Invisalign in Sutton Coldfield is different for each patient and depends on the complexity of your case. However, average treatment time is about a year. Your dentist will be able to give you an estimated treatment time shortly after your consultation.

Is Invisalign the right choice for me?

Invisalign in Sutton Coldfield can treat a wide range of dental issues, but it is not ideal for everyone. The best way to decide if Invisalign is the right option for you is to schedule an appointment with our dental team. Our experienced dentists will evaluate your teeth and bite pattern, and discuss all your options to ensure you get the best, most appropriate and most effective treatment for your needs.

If you are ready to learn more about how Invisalign can benefit your oral health, contact us today.

This entry was posted in Invisalign on 11th December, 2017 by dentalcarepartnership.