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Invisalign Belfast

Available from £35.27 per month

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Patients hoping to attain straight teeth in Belfast are now able to take advantage of the revolutionary Invisalign 'invisible' braces treatment here at Creative Smiles.

Belfast's Premium Invisalign Provider

Invisalign removes the need for metal wires or brackets, giving patients a discreet treatment for cases where they have misaligned or crooked teeth.

Mark Gilbert, owner and leading dentist here at Creative Smiles in Belfast, has been trained to the highest calibre when it comes to Invisalign, in order to make sure patients are given the best possible results. Invisalign is the discreet way to correct crooked teeth by using a sequence of specially made, almost entirely ‘invisible’ aligners.

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Belfast Bride’s happy-ever-after

This bride-to-be popped into Creative Smiles to ask us about creating the perfect smile in time for her wedding.

We used Invisalign discreet removable aligners to straighten and close gaps before the big day, with cosmetic bonding and whitening to complete.

The results speak for themselves – a smile worthy of a white wedding and stunning photographs to cherish forever.

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What does treatment involve?

Upon initial examination, Mark will need to ascertain whether Invisalign treatment is suitable for you. This will depend on the severity of each individual case. If Invisalign is deemed inappropriate for your particular case, then Mark will be able to discuss other alternative orthodontic treatments available. However, if you are given the thumbs up for treatment, then a treatment plan will be created and scans will be taken. Then, Invisalign in the United States will create the aligners before delivering your Invisalign to Belfast for fitting.

Invisalign Tech in Belfast

Using the most recent technological advances in 3D computer technology, the impressions and instructions as sent by Mark will be carefully translated at the Invisalign dental laboratory into a sequence of precisely made aligners. Each aligner will need to be worn in the sequence prescribed by Mark. After two weeks of wearing an aligner, it will be time to move onto the next one, in order for your teeth to move accurately and steadily. As time goes by, millimetre by millimetre, you will achieve the intended result, and you can bask in the glory of your straighter teeth.

Can the aligners be removed?

You can remove your Invisalign aligners during treatment and, therefore, take pleasure in an assortment of your favourite foods. This also makes the task of maintaining oral hygiene much simpler. However, Mark and our other experienced dental staff do recommend that you wear each aligner for 22 hours each day in order to achieve the best results.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Invisalign uses constant gentle force to move your teeth. Your treatment will involve multiple stages. At every step, we’ll provide a new aligner that’s slightly different from the last. Each new aligner will make very small changes to the position of your teeth. Gradually, these changes will become noticeable.

Every smile is unique, so treatment lengths vary. Invisalign provides excellent results in mild cases in six months, while more complicated treatments can take up to two years. We’ll use advanced software to create your treatment plan. From this, we determine how long Invisalign will take. our patient from Belfast and beyond are delighted with their Invisalign treatment.

Although Invisalign is removable, it’s important to wear your aligner as much as possible. We suggest only taking it out to eat, drink, and brush your teeth. The recommended daily wear time is at least 22 hours. Invisalign is safe and comfortable, meaning you can wear your aligner to bed.

While wearing your aligner, certain drinks may stain or damage your aligner. Take your aligner out before drinking hot beverages, as these could warp the plastic and affect your treatment. You should also remove your aligner when drinking sugary or alcoholic drinks, which could cause discolouration. You can drink water while your aligner is still in position.

Throughout the day, food debris and plaque can build up on every surface of your aligner. You should clean your aligner at least twice a day. You can use a spare toothbrush, toothpaste, lukewarm water, or special aligner cleaning products.

Invisalign is a comfortable treatment. You may notice some pressure against your teeth at certain times, particularly at the start of your treatment or when you change your aligner. This is usually brief and passes on its own.

When you start treatment, it can take a few days to fully adjust to wearing your aligner. During this time, you may develop a slight lisp. As you become used to wearing your aligner, your speech will return to normal.

Although Invisalign aligners are durable, they can occasionally be damaged or misplaced. If this happens, we may be able to order a replacement. Call us as soon as possible, and we’ll advise you on what to do.

Once your Invisalign is complete, we want to ensure the results last. Following treatment, your teeth could slide back to their old position. To stop this from happening, we’ll give you a retainer to wear.

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