Invisalign provider in Melbourne VIC
A treatment that can straighten your teeth discreetly
The Invisalign treatment is an innovative orthodontic treatment that is available at City Smiles in Melbourne! This treatment includes a series of clear plastic aligners that progressively move your teeth into alignment. Invisalign is designed for patients who want to achieve a straight smile without having to undergo traditional orthodontics.
The benefits of Invisalign
Invisalign is appealing for all patients looking to improve the alignment of their teeth through orthodontics. Some of the main benefits include:
- Virtually invisible
- Removable aligners
- No dietary restrictions
A transparent and removable orthodontic treatment
Not only is Invisalign virtually invisible but the aligners can be removed for meals and dental cleaning. Unlike traditional braces, which is made up of metal wires and brackets that prevent you from eating certain foods, Invisalign has no dietary restrictions and allows you to follow your regular hygiene routine. However, with the ability to remove your aligners, this means that you will need to be completely committed to the treatment to ensure its success. Just because you can remove your aligners whenever you want doesn’t mean you should!
What is the treatment process?
During your consultation we will determine whether Invisalign can be used to correct your alignment concerns. We will then create a treatment plan dependent on the number of aligners required and how much tooth movement will be involved. To start the process off we will take a mould of your teeth and take photos of your mouth to send off for the construction of your aligners. Once you begin the treatment we will require you to come back every so often to mark your progress and receive your new aligners. The treatment time will vary among each individual as it will be dependent upon the severity of the misalignment.
Who would benefit from Invisalign?
Anyone wanting a straighter smile will benefit from Invisalign. During your consultation we will clinically assess your teeth and facial profile and determine if the Invisalign treatment will be ideal for you. For some metal braces are not a realistic solution which is why we generally see patients seeking this treatment if they are in jobs that won’t permit them to wear metal brackets. For those patients who feel self-conscious about their teeth and dislike the look of shiny metal showing in ever photo, this is the ideal way to move your teeth into alignment without anyone noticing. It is important to know that Invisalign may not be the right treatment for everybody, sometimes conventional braces may be recommended.
The price for Invisalign cases will generally vary depending on the complexity of the case. On average a fairly straight forward case might cost between $2000-$4000, and a more complex case may cost $5000-$6500.
What is Invisalign?
Invisalign is an innovative orthodontic treatment that makes use of a series of clear plastic aligners to straighten your teeth. Invisalign is a great option for patients who would like a straight smile, but don’t want to undergo traditional orthodontic treatment. The aligners are virtually invisible and work very effectively to straighten crooked teeth.
Why choose Invisalign?
Because Invisalign is made up of a series of clear aligners, the treatment is almost completely invisible, making the treatment an appealing option for those seeking a discreet orthodontic solution. The aligners are also removable, which means that they can be taken out during meals — for this reason, there are no dietary restrictions. The aligners can also be removed for dental cleaning, which allows you to stick to your regular brushing and flossing routine.
How does Invisalign treatment work?
You will begin with a consultation, during which we will assess whether Invisalign is a suitable option for you. If it is appropriate, we will create a customised treatment plan and take a mould of your mouth, from which your aligners will be constructed. When you wear your aligners, they work by exerting pressure on your teeth, moving them into new positions gradually over time.