What is Invisalign in Market Rasen, Lincolnshire?
Invisalign is the new way to straighten teeth invisibly! Unlike other braces, Invisalign uses a series of clear, plastic retainers that sit over the top of your teeth.
Invisalign is a comfortable way to straighten teeth as there’s no direct contact against your gums. They’re also removable braces – you take them out to eat, drink and brush your teeth. Best of all, they’re so discreet they’re practically invisible.
Invisalign is proving to be a popular way to straighten teeth with hundreds of patients from Market Rasen, Sudbrooke, Nettleham, Gainsborough, Fiskerton, Reepham, Caistor, Welton, Cherry Willingham, Keelby, and Lincolnshire.
Invisalign braces can be used to:
- Straighten crooked teeth
- Close gaps between teeth
- Space out crowded teeth
- Move protruding teeth
- Correct some bite problems such as an under or overbite
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What is the process for Invisalign
At your free consultation at Wolds Dental Studio in Market Rasen, we will examine your teeth and talk with you about what you’d like to change or improve.
We will discuss the benefits of Invisalign and whether this is the right form of teeth straightening for you.
At this stage we will also take photos and scan your teeth to give digital images. This will show us how your teeth look now and how they will change until your teeth have reached their correct position. These digital images will be used to make up your unique Invisalign aligners should you wish to go ahead with the treatment.
Once your Invisalign clear braces are ready, you will be invited back to Wolds Dental Studio in Market Rasen. We will show you how to put your Invisalign braces in and take them out to eat, drink and brush your teeth.
Invisalign is made up of a series of clear aligners. You will need to wear your first set of aligners for a week or two before you move on to the next set of aligners, gradually working your way through all the aligners in your treatment plan until your teeth have reached their final position.
You must wear your aligners for a minimum of 20 – 22 hours a day for the treatment to work, so we suggest that you only remove them to eat, drink or brush your teeth.
Wolds Dental for
Affordable dental care – we offer 0% finance and work closely with you to create finance plans which will work to your budget
Comfortable and pain free – we will do all we can to make you relaxed and comfortable. We will listen to you and ensure you are in control
Patient generated care – everything we do is focused on what is right for you and your treatment
Free cosmetic consultation – book a free consultation to find out more about this treatment in detail
Technology lead – our CBCT scanner enables us to better control your orthodontic treatment
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What are the benefits of Invisalign?
There are many reasons why patients from Nettleham, Market Rasen, Fiskerton, Welton, Cherry Willingham, Keelby, Reepham, Caistor, Gainsborough, Sudbrooke and Lincolnshire are choosing Invisalign:
- Invisalign is practically invisible with most people not knowing you’re wearing braces
- You can remove Invisalign braces to eat, drink and brush your teeth which makes them more hygienic. You can’t get food trapped in these braces and it’s easier to keep your teeth clean
- Unlike traditional braces, you won’t need to visit your orthodontist as regularly to have your braces adjusted. You will only need to check in with your orthodontist occasionally to ensure that the Invisalign treatment is going according to plan
- Invisalign is made of plastic which makes them comfortable to wear and won’t irritate your mouth and gums
- Invisalign can be used to treat a range of orthodontic problems including crooked, overcrowded or gappy teeth
Frequently Asked Questions about Invisalign
Why do I need to keep changing my Invisalign aligners?
Your Invisalign aligners are custom-made to fit your teeth at certain points in your treatment. Each one allows for the small movement in your teeth that is slowly happening whilst wearing your braces. It’s important that you change them according to your orthodontist’s specifications and wear the correct aligner at the correct time.
Why do I need to take my Invisalign aligners out to eat and drink?
Invisalign is made of a thin, clear plastic. If you eat with them in, you risk chewing through them. If you consume dark coloured food or drinks whilst wearing Invisalign, you can stain the aligners which will look unsightly as well as be unhygienic. For these reasons, we suggest that you only drink cold water whilst wearing Invisalign
How long will it take for Invisalign to straighten my teeth?
This will be different for each patient as it depends upon the severity of your case. For minor orthodontic cases, Invisalign may take about 6 months of treatment. For more severe orthodontic cases, it may take between 12 and 18 months of Invisalign treatment.
Other services to help with your smile journey
We understand that dental treatment can be expensive, but we aim to make all our dental treatments affordable and accessible. We offer flexible finance payment plans over different periods to suit your budget. You can also take advantage of our 0% finance to spread the cost.
Dental anxiety or a dental phobia is terrifying and can prevent you getting the dental treatment that you really need. Our specialist team are fully trained in dental anxiety and have tips to help you manage your fears. The first step is to get in touch so that we can start a conversation.
Take a look through our smile gallery to see the before and after photos of some of our amazing dental patients in Lincolnshire. You’ll see examples of straightening crooked teeth, replacing missing teeth, whitening yellow teeth and disguising chipped teeth.
If you’re suffering from dental anxiety, have a strong gag reflex or need a complex dental treatment, sedation can help. Our expert dentists have had specialist training in safely administering sedation. You’ll feel completely relaxed and won’t remember much about the procedure.