The clear alternative to braces. Invisalign is a technologically advanced system that uses a series of wafer thin aligners to gently guide your teeth into the desired position.
Wearing Invisalign clear aligners are discreet and almost invisible
Easily removable so you can eat and brush your teeth as normal
Customised to your teeth and bite for the best possible results
Once your teeth adapt, Invisalign are comfortable and extremely durable
Can be monitored through virtual care for those shielding or live afar.
The latest Method of Achieving Fabulous Smiles
Free from visible wires, there is no need to bond metal onto the teeth. The clear aligners are invisible, and removable, allowing you to dine as the mood takes you and smile without embarrassment.
Treatments are Clear, Comfortable and quick!
Invisalign treatments are the newest and most advanced technological way of moving teeth and improving smiles.
Some clients will have problems suitable for Invisalign, whilst others will still be recommended to have fixed appliances due to certain factors that will be explained at your first appointment upon dental examination.
Invisalign can Treat a Variety of orthodontic cases
Invisalign can treat a variety of orthodontic cases. With the newest clear aligner technology, Invisalign provides a hassle-free way to straighten a wide range of concerns, including crowded teeth, teeth with spaces and overbites.
At your first appointment, we will assess your teeth via digital scans, which will provide a complete digital treatment plan.
visualise Your new Smile
Within sixty seconds, you’ll be able to see how your smile can be transformed with Invisalign clear aligners.
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An attractive smile can bring life-long benefits in terms of self-confidence, socialising and even career opportunities.
In addition to the cosmetic/social advantages of having a beautiful smile, well-aligned teeth are easier to clean. Patients who have had orthodontic treatment will gain long term health benefits by maintaining better dental hygiene.
After extensive scientific research and many technological advances, orthodontic treatment is easier than ever. Treatments are now shorter, more comfortable, and require fewer visits. Orthodontics is now a realistic option for anyone regardless of age or previous dental care.
The type of brace you need depends on what your desired results and existing concerns you have. The choice of brace depends on the severity of the problem and the goals of treatment.
Invisalign and clear braces are similar in that they are much more difficult to detect than metal braces. While the two treatments have the same mission, there are stark differences between them.
- Invisalign provides virtual transparency, which is often unnoticeable in patients. While clear braces blend into the patient’s teeth, the brackets are more noticeable than Invisalign’s transparent retainer.
- Invisalign can be removed to wash and floss teeth. Ceramic braces are fixed to the tooth and won’t be able to be removed until the treatment course has been completed.
As with any type of orthodontic treatment, it does take a while to adjust to wearing aligners, and you may find them uncomfortable at first. Overall, once teeth have adapted, the treatment process is pain-free as your teeth should respond to ongoing orthodontic treatment.
Here at Donegal Orthodontics, our aim is to ensure our treatments match as closely as possible to the outcome you desire.
The first appointment is an opportunity for us to understand your teeth and bite in detail to plan your future treatments according to your orthodontic needs. Invisalign could be the solution for you but we will take x-rays, scans and a A 3D preview of your future smile to find the specific solution for your needs.
Throughout your treatment, you will wear your aligners nearly all of the time, with the exception of when you are eating and brushing your teeth. Invisalign treatments are different for each individual patient, but most patients can achieve their ideal smiles within 6 months to two years. During that time, you will be expected to make occasional dental visits to monitor your progress.
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