The five steps of treatment for the perfect smile
A great smile can mean so much. It can create confidence – inside and out. It can make memories extra special. And help you win your dream job. Imagine if you could achieve your confident smile without the embarrassment and inconvenience of metal braces.
With Invisalign you can!
Invisalign uses a series of comfortable, virtually invisible aligners to straighten your teeth and help you get the smile you have always wanted.
Over 1.5 million people have already put their confidence in Invisalign. It is not just patients that have confidence in the treatment. With Invisalign you can feel more confidence from day one. Confident that your treatment is almost invisible – that your treatment will be comfortable – that your treatment will work for you.
Five steps to your ideal smile
- Your doctor approves the stages of treatment.
- Invisalign uses a patented manufacturing process to construct a series of clear aligners, customised for you.
- You wear the aligners twenty-four hours a day, except to eat, brush and floss.
- Just swap to a new stage every two weeks.
- See your doctor every four to six weeks.
The average treatment time is nine to eighteen months.
What does Invisalign confidence look and feel like?
Patient feedback: Using the traditional method of braces was never an option. I would have found that far too embarrassing to wear because they are so visible to other people. For me Invisalign was the best choice. I did not feel that Invisalign aligners stopped me doing anything I wanted to or had very minimal impact. You have to take them out obviously to eat, even that I did not feel was a big issue, so for me it did not limit me in anything I wanted to do in my daily life. I feel it was incredible value for money. There is a cost to it, but to get the perfect smile for the rest of your life, for me it is absolutely invaluable, so I think it is really cost effective. Invisalign is definitely an investment for life.
For a confident smile try Invisalign. Talk to your practitioner today.