Invisalign

At Puresmile Slough Dental & Implants in Farnham Common, Buckinghamshire, we are proud to be an Invisalign Diamond Provider which means we have the experience of treating a large amount of Invisalign cases. The convenience and ease of use have made Invisalign the teeth straightening choice of over half a million people and counting. Book a consultation and see if Invisalign could give you the smile you dream of.

Invisalign

Invisible Braces For Teeth Straightening

Invisalign® is the invisible way to straighten teeth using a series of practically undetectable, removable aligners that you change approximately every two weeks for a new set. Each aligner is individually made to fit you perfectly ensuring maximum comfort. It’s the perfect orthodontic choice for modern life.

How Does Invisalign Work

  • We develop a computer model of your treatment.
  • Invisalign® make a series of custom-made aligners. Each clear aligner is slightly different, moving your teeth gradually into the desired position. You wear each aligner for approximately two weeks, before moving on to the next in the series.
  • Treatment length will vary depending on your case, but the average treatment time will be nine to fifteen months.
  • At Puresmile Slough Dental & Implants in Farnham Common, Buckinghamshire, we’ll see you for a progress review every 4 to 6 weeks during which you receive your new aligners. If you prefer, you can arrange for an Invisalign video consultation from one of our specialist Invisalign dentists and we can deliver your braces by post. Each aligner will move your teeth little by little, week by week, until they reach the desired position.

Watch our Invisalign Video

Why Choose Invisalign?

  • Low visibility – no metal at all, they are clear and hardly anyone will notice them.
  • Removable – remove your aligners to eat and brush teeth and also for the occasional special event.
  • Healthy – as the aligners are not attached to your teeth they allow for normal brushing, meaning it’s easier to maintain good oral health during treatment.
  • Comfortable – no metal brackets or wires to irritate your gum or the inside of your mouth.
  • Confidence – clear aligners and no metal brackets means you’ll smile more and perhaps feel more relaxed during your treatment. Invisalign will have less impact on your life than fixed braces.

Invisalign Diamond Provider

At Puresmile Dental & Implants in Farnham Common, near Slough, Buckinghamshire, we’re experts in Invisalign treatment and are proud to have been given Invisalign Diamond Provider status. Invisalign Diamond Provider status means we’ve completed a large number of Invisalign cases and have the experience and skills to give you the best possible Invisalign treatment.

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What can Invisalign fix?

Are you wondering if Invisalign can help you with your orthodontic problem? Here’s a guide to how Invisalign can be a solution to a variety of dental problems. We advise you to book an Invisalign Consultation with one of our dentists to find out for sure.
  • Crossbite: When one or more teeth from the upper jaw, bite on the interior of the lower set of teeth, it’s referred to as a crossbite. This happens when both upper and lower jaws are misaligned. It can cause degradation of teeth, loss of bone and gum disease.
  • Crowded teeth: Crowding of teeth occurs when there is not enough room in the upper and lower jaws to fit all your growing teeth. As a result, the teeth get crowded and when left untreated become severely misaligned or crooked. It’s hard to effectively clean misaligned teeth so problems of plaque, gum disease and tooth decay are common with crowded teeth.
  • Overbite or Deep Bite: This happens when the upper jaw abnormally covers the lower jaw. An overbite can give rise to gum problems, wearing of teeth on lower jaw and joint problems.
  • Gapped teeth: Gaps in between teeth can occur due to abnormal jawbone growth or when, due to lack of teeth, neighbouring teeth shift from their respective positions into the extra space. Gapped teeth can give rise to gum problems and periodontal disease.
  • Open bite: An open bite occurs when some teeth on the upper and lower jaws are unable to meet each other. Genetics, poor chewing habits and excessive sucking on thumbs can cause an open bite.
  • Underbite: Insufficient growth of the upper jaw or missing upper teeth can cause the lower jaw to protrude and give rise to what’s known as an underbite. This hinders the normal functioning of the front teeth and can cause pain in the jaw.
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Digital Scanning for Invisalign

To start you on your Invisalign journey to a beautiful new smile, here at Puresmile Dental & Implants in Farnham Common, we use the latest digital technology. Our high-precision iTero® digital scanner is able to create highly accurate, interactive, high-resolution 3D colour images of your teeth and surrounding structures and offer the following benefits:

  • Accurate simulation and visualisation of your new smile before your treatment even starts.
  • Accurately tracks the progress of your Invisalign® aligner treatment.
  • It’s efficient, cleaner and more pleasant than traditional impressions making the process a much more positive patient experience.
  • Invisalign® aligners made using digitally scanned impressions fit better and are as a result, more comfortable.

If you choose Invisalign to straighten your teeth, then our scanner will make the process easier and more efficient. Watch our iTero video:

Your Invisalign Journey

Find out all about the process

Invisalign FAQs

What are Invisalign aligners made of?

Aligners are made of clear, strong medical grade plastic that is virtually invisible when worn.

What do Invisalign aligners look like?

Aligners are clear and look similar to tooth-whitening trays, but are custom-made for a better fit to move teeth. Some dentists have referred to them as “contact lenses for teeth.”

How do I wear Invisalign aligners?

You’ll wear each set of clear aligners day and night for about two weeks, removing them only to eat, drink, brush, and floss.

How does Invisalign® effectively move teeth?

Like brackets and arch wires are to braces, Invisalign® aligners move teeth through the appropriate placement of controlled force on the teeth. The principal difference is that Invisalign® not only controls forces, but also controls the timing of the force application. At each stage, only certain teeth are allowed to move, and these movements are determined by the orthodontic treatment plan for that particular stage. This results in an efficient force delivery system.

Will I need any teeth out?

Every patient is different and in many cases it is not necessary. However, in cases of severe over crowding extractions may be necessary.

Will there be any damage to my teeth?

No, there will be no damage. However, if your teeth are crooked there may need to be some IPR (Inter Proximal Reduction). This means tiny amounts of enamel may need to be filed down to create space for teeth to be straightened.

Watch our Invisalign Testimonial Videos

How much does Invisalign Cost?

At Puresmile in Farnham Common, near Slough, Buckinghamshire, we provide a fully costed Invisalign treatment plan with prices following a consultation. Prices can vary depending on the complexity of your dental case and as an Invisalign Diamond Provider you’ll receive the very best Invisalign advice. Book an Invisalign Consultation to find out more.

We offer several flexible payment methods for our dental treatments. These include finance options for Invisalign aligner treatment, for those who meet the criteria. Visit our Finance page for information and if you have queries about any of our payment methods, please phone or email us.

Booking an Invisalign Consultation

Start your journey to a new wonderful smile today.

BOOK AN INVISALIGN CONSULTATION by calling 01753 646868 or email [email protected]

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