Invisible Braces – How to Secretly Straighten Your Teeth

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Invisible braces, or clear aligners, shown sitting over a set of teeth

Invisible braces will straighten your teeth without anyone even knowing

Have you been put off having your teeth straightened because you don’t want a mouth full of metal? If so then you’ll be excited to know that at Wolds Dental Studio in Lincolnshire we offer the very latest in teeth straightening technology – invisible braces.

Invisible Braces, also known as Clear Aligners, are the ‘invisible’ way to straighten teeth without the metal or wires needed for traditional braces. Using a series of clear, removable aligners to gradually straighten teeth, Invisible Braces combine cutting edge technology and revolutionary manufacturing to customise a treatment for each individual patient.

How do Invisible Braces / Clear Aligners work?

Invisible Braces work using ‘aligners’ that look a little bit like a sports mouth guard but are a lot thinner and a lot less noticeable. These aligners, which are made of clear, strong, medical grade, non-toxic plastic, are specifically moulded to your individual requirements and fit over your upper and lower teeth. This plastic is virtually invisible when worn so no-one will be able to tell that you’re having your teeth straightened.
These aligners are designed to gradually move your teeth into the desired position. Every 2 to 3 weeks you’ll be given a new set of aligners which build on the work of the previous ones.

How Long Do I Have to Wear my Invisible Braces?

The length of treatment is dependent on the severity of individual cases. Treatment may vary from anywhere between 6 months to 2 years.

Invisible Braces Sound Great! What’s the Next Step?

In order for us to assess your suitability for Invisible Braces / Clear Aligners, simply book a free consultation via this website. Once we have given your teeth a quick inspection we will be able to advise further on your on specific requirements. Just click the button below and complete the form on the following page and we will be in touch.

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