Invisalign has helped over 8 million people achieve their dream smile. Invisalign is a set of clear plastic custom-made aligners, which are worn on the teeth. Over the course of a few months, the aligners gradually begin to shift your teeth into the desired position. The aligners are easy to wear, comfortable and virtually invisible. Now you can straighten your teeth without anyone noticing!
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Depending on your individual case you will be able to see your new smile as little as 6 months in some cases.
Unlike traditional orthodontics, there are no wires or brackets involved with Invisalign. Simply slip the aligners onto the teeth and take them out to eat, drink and brush your teeth. You will need to replace your new set of aligners every two weeks. The aligners will gradually move your teeth into their final prescribed position.
If the words ‘teeth straightening’ conjures up images of teens in train-track braces, you might be put off getting your teeth straightened. Luckily, with Invisalign®, all that has changed.
With no wires, no brackets and no braces, Invisalign® offers a virtually invisible way to straighten your teeth. It’s like the secret agent of orthodontics! Invisalign® works by using a series of clear and comfortable aligners that no one will be able to tell you’re wearing.
They’re barely visible on your teeth and removable for when you want to eat, brush your teeth or attend a special social or professional event.
You can clean your aligner by using a toothbrush and a small amount of toothpaste every time you take it in and out. Once a week use RETAINER BRITE provided by your orthodontist. We will explain how to use this and there is instructions on the box. Always put your aligners in the container provided if you are not wearing them.
Yes – you will be able to eat normally. The aligner can be removed before eating and drinking. We advise you to brush your teeth after every meal to ensure no food particles are trapped in the aligners – causing tooth decay.
Invisalign treatment starts with a consultation with an Invisalign-trained doctor. Your doctor will evaluate your smile and then map out a precise, customized digital treatment plan that showcases the step-by-step transformation of your smile.
Once you approve your plan, your unique aligners will be created. You will wear each set of aligners for 20 to 22 hours a day, changing to a new set of aligners every 1 to 2 weeks, as directed by your doctor. Each set of aligners will gently and gradually shift your teeth into place, according to your treatment plan, until you reach your beautiful new smile.
Designed for the front ‘smiling’ teeth, Invisalign may not be appropriate if you have more extensive orthodontic requirements. If, for example, there are deeper problems concerning bite and function, your dentist may recommend an alternative treatment.
This of course depends on your individual case, but typical treatment times are around nine months. We’ll likely fit a permanent retainer behind your teeth after treatment to maintain the results.
Dr Ennis is an award-winning GDC registered Specialist Orthodontist with expertise in treating patients using Invisalign, Lingual, Damon, Clarity Braces and Six-month smiles. Dr Ennis regularly supports cases that have had unsuitable treatment elsewhere with some patients travelling from all over the country to see her. During her Specialist Training, she gained experience in managing patients requiring care such as Orthognathic (jaw) Surgery and children with Cleft Lip and Palate.
She qualified as a dentist from University College Cork, Ireland with Honours, and then went back to do her Specialist Training in Orthodontics to attain her Membership at the Royal College of Surgeons. To expand her skills, she has spent time both in dental practice and as an Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeon. She has published in top scientific journals, and has presented at conferences Nationally and Internationally. She has won several awards including the Prestigious Seamus Keating Award for Orthodontic Research and the Foundation Year Case Presentation at the London Deanery. With her compassionate approach she has also been nominated for the Sensodyne Sensitive Dentist of the Year 2017.