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Orthodontics / Clear Braces

Cosmetic dentistry.

Invisalign GO is a simplified approach to teeth straightening with clear aligner technology.

Invisalign GO.

Invisalign aligners are the clear alternative to metal braces for adults and teens.

Invisalign GO is a simplified approach to teeth straightening with clear aligner technology, it focuses on cosmetic issues with the front 10 teeth on the top and bottom arches.

Each set of aligners is custom made to fit patient’s teeth and engineered for comfort and ease. Because the aligners are nearly invisible when worn, patients can undergo treatment with little worry that people notice the aligners.

Unlike fixed braces, Invisalign aligners can be removed at any time, so patients are able to maintain good oral hygiene and eat what they like throughout the treatment.
Invisalign GO is available as single arch or dual arch treatment.

How much do they cost?

We use the well respected and Invisalign GO system as we believe it’s simply the best product. The exact cost for Invisalign treatment will be determined by the complexity of the case and how long the patient is in treatment for.

Prices start from £2000 for single arches.

Initial Consultation.

To begin your Invisalign journey you would first book an initial consultation appointment, this would include:

  • Confirmation of your eligibility for treatment
  • Intra-oral and Extra-oral photos
  • X-rays
  • Upper and lower dental impressions
  • Discussion of alternative restorative treatment options

The Aligners.

After being custom made and shipped to the practice, a series of aligners will be received by the patient to wear every day and change at home. On average, every 1-2 weeks.

Aligners are required to be worn for 22 hours/day.

The Results.

The patient will be required to attend review appointments around every 6-8 weeks to monitor progress and receive new aligners. After finishing the treatment plan, retainers will be required to maintain the patient’s new smile.


Studies show that without retainers straightened teeth can gradually shift back towards their initial position. Wearing retainers after traditional braces or Invisalign treatment means the patient keeps their teeth in their new position, protecting their smile and investment.

Please contact the practice to arrange a Free consultation.


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