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Have you always wished that your teeth were straighter?
Or have your teeth moved following orthodontic treatment in the past?

Straighter teeth will improve the attractiveness of your smile, and studies show that this can increase self-confidence and self-esteem. Additionally straighter teeth are easier for you to keep clean.

Invisalign and CFast tooth alignment treatments both offer an efficient, discreet and affordable way to improve your smile. Your smile can be further enhanced by incorporating tooth whitening.

Arrange a complimentary consultation with dentist Dr Anna Brown to discuss your treatment options.

 

Q. How does it work?

Invisalign uses comfortable, removable, nearly invisible aligners to improve the position of your teeth. The aligners are worn for 22 hours per day, but because they are removable you can continue to enjoy your favourite foods. CFast uses special tooth-coloured nickel titanium wires and clear brackets to gently straighten your teeth.

Q. How long does it take?

Straightening your teeth can take as little as 3 months. Because Invisalign and CFast focus on straightening only the front ‘visible’ teeth, it is much quicker than traditional orthodontics.

Q. Will my teeth stay straight afterwords?

After straightening your teeth we advise that you wear a removable retainer at night-time to support your teeth in their new position. It is also possible to have a retainer bonded in place behind your teeth.

Q. Does it hurt?

The forces used to move your teeth are light, and therefore both Invisalign and CFast are comfortable. You may experience a feeling of pressure when the aligner or wire is changed, which means that your teeth are moving.

Q. How much does it cost?

The cost of tooth straightening depends upon the complexity of your treatment. But your teeth can be straightening from just £1800.

Q. Am I suitable for tooth straightening?

Invisalign and CFast treatments are suitable for many people, and there is no age limit! Please arrange a complimentary consultation with Dr Anna Brown to discuss improving your smile and the right treatment for you.