In the past, many patients were reluctant to have orthodontic treatment because they didn’t want to wear visible braces. Fast forward to 2018, and patients don’t have to sacrifice style or self-confidence to achieve a sensational smile. Thanks to incredible invisible braces, you can enjoy the best of both worlds!
Our invisible braces
We are proud to offer patients in London and beyond a dazzling array of invisible braces, including:
- Invisalign: Invisalign is a clear aligner system, which employs bespoke, removable braces to gently move the teeth. Invisalign aligners are light and comfortable, and most importantly, they cannot be seen when you smile. Every patient receives a customised set of Invisalign aligners, and you wear each brace for 2 weeks before moving onto the next aligner. Invisalign is a simple, convenient system for patients with minor or moderate orthodontic issues. In addition to the traditional Invisalign system, we also offer Invisalign Lite and Invisalign Teen. Invisalign Lite is ideal for those who don’t need much movement, and Invisalign Teen is designed for younger patients.
- Simpli5 is a popular aligner treatment, which uses a sequence of 5 bespoke braces to guide the teeth into positon. This treatment is geared towards patients who have minor imperfections and it’s a great option for patients who are in a hurry. With an average treatment time of just 10-20 weeks, this is one of the fastest treatments out there.
- Lingual braces: if you’re looking for the ultimate in invisible braces, it may be worth considering lingual braces. Lingual braces are fitted to the back of the teeth, and they offer the reliability and efficacy of fixed braces combined with the discreet aesthetics of aligners. We offer two lingual brace systems, Incognito and STb Social 6. STB Social 6 targets minor issues that affect the front teeth, while Incognito is suited to patients with more complex needs.
Which invisible brace is best for me?
There are many factors to consider when choosing a brace, including the cost, the timeframe, and most importantly, your individual orthodontic prescription. When you have a consultation, your dentist can explore all the options with you, go through pros and cons and help you make the right decision.