Invisalign in Aldershot

Clear Aligners in Aldershot

Some people may not want to opt for braces to straighten and align their teeth due to concerns about the appearance of wires and brackets. In the past, this meant that people with crooked teeth had to undergo extensive restorative work instead of orthodontic treatment. However, Invisalign has made orthodontic treatment more accessible by using clear aligners that are almost invisible.


With Invisalign, clear aligners are used to gently guide your teeth into alignment. This treatment also utilizes advanced technology. Using the Itero scanner, we can scan your teeth and show you a digital representation of how we can achieve the desired alignment from your current tooth position.

The Invisalign Process


Initial Consultation

At the initial consultation you will meet with our orthodontists to assess your suitability for Invisalign treatment and answer any questions you may have. We will take impressions and photographs of your teeth to establish whether the treatment is right for you.


Treatment Plan

Once you are onboard, your orthodontist will take you through your personal, detailed treatment plan. Using ClinCheck® treatment software, we will be able to produce a 3d simulation of the teeth straightening results before you have even started the treatment.


Aligners are made

Next a series of custom clear aligners will be created personalised to your teeth. Each invisalign aligner is slightly different, moving your teeth gradually in the desired position. You will wear your aligners all the time apart from eating and cleaning.


Follow Up

We will see you every 4-6 weeks in the practice to monitor the movement of your teeth until they have reached the desired position. On average this  6-12 months. After treatment, you will get a retainer to keep teeth in the correct position.


Clear Aligners in Aldershot

Invisalign aligners are constructed from this digital design and then fitted at the practice. You change your aligners every few weeks yourself at home, each change of aligner seeing more progression of movement. We then review your progress every 10-12 weeks in the practice.


For best results aligners need to be worn for at least 20 hours a day but they can be removed for eating and perhaps if you have an important function. However, most people will be unaware you are having an Invisalign treatment as the aligners are almost invisible.


Invisalign treatments vary in length from a few weeks to several months, when we discuss your treatment options we are able to estimate your treatment time which allows you to plan when to start your treatment if you have a big event coming up such as a wedding.

Frequently Asked Invisalign Questions

Our experienced orthodontists answer your frequently asked questions about Invisalign

Is Invisalign painful?

Invisalign uses very gently pressure to move teeth into alignment so there is very little discomfort. You will be aware of the aligners to start with but after a few days you will soon forget they are there.

How long does Invisalign treatment take?

Treatment times depend on the type and amount of tooth movements we are needing to use. A simple crooked tooth may move within a matter of weeks, more complex movements may take several months. The beauty with this digital treatment planning is that we are able to estimate how long your treatment will take.

How much does Invisalign cost?

Invisalign aligners cost between £2000 and £4500 depending on the types  of movement required. Our team will spend time to ensure you have a good guide as to your treatment costs before you start any treatment.

Will I need to wear a retainer after Invisalign treatment?

After your Invisalign is complete, there remains a possibility that your teeth may move back towards their original position. This is called relapse. To stop this happening you will receive three sets of Vivero retainers with full instructions as to wear time.

Where can I learn more about Invisalign?

You can find out more about this treatment and other treatments on the British Orthodontics Society Website.

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