INVISALIGN

Straight teeth with Invisalign | Adelaide

The clear and virtually invisible solution for straightening your teeth

Invisalign is a method of straightening teeth with a series of clear, removable aligners and are a great alternative to braces. Each set of aligners are individually custom-made and are changed once every two weeks. Your teeth will move a little more to the final desired position with each set of aligners. They are comfortable to wear and allow for ease of cleaning and eating.

At Adelaide Smile Centre, we offer a complementary consultation for you to come in and discuss with our dentists your suitability for Invisalign. Call today to book your consult.

How does the Invisalign System work

  • A complementary consultation is made with one of our dentists to discuss the suitability of Invisalign for your dental needs.
  • Dental records are taken including photos, X-rays and digital scans or a dental impression.
  • The dentist creates a customised 3-D treatment plan based on your records, which allow you to see the final positions your teeth are predicted to reach and the likely length of the treatment. At this stage, a detailed treatment plan will also be provided outlining the total cost of the treatment.
  • The custom-made aligners will be manufactured and shipped to the practice.
  • The initial fitting appointment is made where your series of custom-made aligners will be given to you (typically 1-2 sets at a time). Aligners are worn for 20-22 hours a day and are removed to eat, drink, brush and floss. Aligners are changed every 2 weeks.
  • An appointment will be made every 2 weeks (approximately) for new aligners and progress monitoring.
  • Retainers may be required after completion of the treatment to help maintain the new teeth positions.

Claim your free consultation

Make your complementary consultation time today and discuss your options for a faster more discreet way to straighten your teeth. Call us on 08 8347 2222.
Disclaimer
Any surgical or invasive procedure carries risks. Before proceeding, you should seek a second opinion from an appropriately qualified health practitioner.
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