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Get ready for something great STEP BY STEP GUIDE TO INVISALIGN®

Why choose Invisalign®?

Invisalign® straightens your teeth using a custom-made series of aligners created for you and only you.

These aligner trays are made of smooth, comfortable and virtually invisible plastic that you wear over your teeth.

From £2200

Step 1

The Consultation

During the consultation your dentists will take photos, X-rays and digital scans, or a dental impression, of your teeth. These records will be used to create a ClinCheck 3D treatment plan, just for you.

Step 2

The Aligners

You’ll receive a series of custom-made aligners to wear every day and change at home – on average every 1-2 weeks.

Step 3

The Results

You’ll visit your dentist around every 6-8 weeks to monitor progress and receive new aligners. After finishing your treatment plan, retainers will be required to maintain your 
new smile.

Overbite

Overbite

An overbite is when your upper front teeth overlap with your lower front teeth. Most people have at least a little overbite.
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Underbite

Underbite

An underbite is when you close your mouth and your lower front teeth are in front of your upper teeth. In many cases, this is actually a problem with your lower jaw being too far forward.
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Crossbite

Crossbite

When you close your mouth and some of your upper teeth are sitting inside your lower teeth — rather than on the outside, like they normally would — your doctor calls this a crossbite.
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Gap Teeth

Gap Teeth

When you have extra space between two or more of your teeth, your doctor calls this spacing issues or gap teeth.
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Openbite

Openbite

When you have extra space between two or more of your teeth, your doctor calls this spacing issues or gap teeth.
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Crowded Teeth

Crowded Teeth

When you don't have enough room in your jaw for your teeth to fit normally, your teeth can bunch up, overlap and twist, sometimes getting pushed to the front or the back.
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