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Keeping up appearances

One of the commonest reasons that people don’t get their teeth straightened is that they don’t want to have to wear unsightly, uncomfortable braces on their teeth for months or years. That’s understandable, especially for adults who have appearances to maintain in their working lives. Sadly though, people are making this decision not to straighten their teeth based on outdated information. In fact, there has been a way to get teeth straight with devices that are pretty much invisible and almost hassle-free when it comes to eating and cleaning your teeth.

Invisalign in SW14

It’s a product that’s been around since the late 1990s and more than four million people have used it. Trouble is, it’s so discreet that you just don’t spot that other people have got it on. You need someone to tell you about Invisalign in SW14, otherwise there’s a good chance you will never find out about it.

Here at Sheen Dental, we offer Invisalign in SW14 precisely because it is good at what it does, which is repositioning mildly to moderately misaligned teeth over a period of, on average, one year.

Invisalign has some great benefits:

  • Once in place, it’s almost impossible to see;

  • It’s removable for eating and cleaning;

  • It’s made of smooth plastic that won’t hurt the mouth;

  • The way it works means fewer visits to the dentist for adjustments.

How to get Invisalign in SW14

Come to us at Sheen Dental for a free consultation. We can take an in-depth look at your dental issues by digitally scanning your teeth. The scan comes up as a 3D image of your teeth on a nearby screen, and we can then put this through a programme that will show you how your teeth need to move in order to reach alignment. If you want to go ahead with treatment, we send all that information off to Invisalign in the USA, where they will 3D-print a series of clear plastic aligners for you.

You wear these, one after the other, each for about 7-10 days. They have precisely placed pressure points within them that press on your teeth to move them into alignment. After that, you need to wear a retainer until your teeth have settled into place.


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