Invisalign in Leeds – get straight teeth, fast, in LS18
Go brace-free with Invisalign in Leeds
Did you miss out on braces as a teenager? Or perhaps you’ve noticed your teeth look more crowded than they used to? The good news is that, with Invisalign in Horsforth, it’s never too late to get straight teeth. And the even better news? With Invisalign’s revolutionary, removable system of near-invisible aligners, you can get the dental treatment you need without anyone noticing.
When you come in for your initial consultation, we’ll use our iTero intraoral scanner to take high-resolution digital images of your mouth, so we can offer you a 3D look at what your teeth look like now – as well as a preview of what your post-Invisalign smile could be!
If you’re interested in getting Invisalign in Leeds, book your Invisalign consultation at Horsforth Dental today and let’s start the journey together.
We’re also proud to offer the revolutionary Myobrace system for children, which can reduce or even eliminate the need for fixed braces in future.
Because it’s almost invisible, the Invisalign system is ideal for anyone with a lifestyle that wouldn’t suit traditional metal braces. They’re also removable for eating or cleaning your teeth – preventing the hygiene problems fixed metal braces often cause.
Invisalign is a cosmetic treatment designed for the front ‘smiling’ teeth – so if there are deeper problems concerning bite and function, your dentist may recommend an alternative treatment.
In many cases, yes. Invisalign can be used to treat minor cases of underbite and overbite, but your dentist will confirm if Invisalign is right for you.
If your dentist agrees that you’re suitable for Invisalign in Leeds, you’ll begin with a consultation during which you’ll be able to see a 3D time-lapse image of your teeth before, during and after treatment. You’ll need to sit for dental impressions, which will be sent to a lab so that your bespoke Invisalign retainers can be fabricated. Then you simply wear the retainers for the prescribed amount of time, returning to change them every few weeks until your treatment is complete.
Invisalign must be worn 22 hours per day to be successful – which is why the near-invisible clear aligners are so appealing. You really can get on with your life as though you’re not wearing braces.
This will depend on your individual case. A relatively short Invisalign treatment may only require two or three aligners, while a longer treatment may require as many as 15 or 20.
This is dependent on your individual case, but typical treatment times are around nine months. You’ll need to have a permanent retainer fitted behind your teeth after treatment to maintain the results.
No, although it can take a little getting used to and patients often experience mild discomfort for the first 24 hours after receiving a new set of aligners.