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Invisalign® for a straighter smile and healthier mouth

Ever felt you’re too past the age to even entertain the idea of having braces? Those metal train tracks associated with your early teens seem to be the only way to straighten or fill out your smile.
Have you ever heard of the treatment Invisalign®?
Take the same principal of a traditional brace, turn it invisible, comfortable and extremely quick and effective, and there you have it!
It’s become hugely popular over the last few years, but what exactly is the big pull?


What are the benefits?
If you’ve ever suffered a lack of confidence, say from gaps in your teeth or a less than straight smile then this treatment could transform that forever. Invisalign® is a clear set of bespoke moulds that slot over your teeth and work to straighten your teeth.
The clear material used make the moulds invisible, and the only person who will realise they’re there will be you. So, no train tracks to make you feel 13 again, just a subtle aligner that isn’t even noticeable. Having said that, the results are the most noticeable aspect of the treatment and you and everyone else will be able to see that in your new straight and bright smile.
How long do they take?
On average the treatment takes just 12 months, which is considerably less than most traditional braces that can be on for almost double that time. They should be worn for around 22 hours per day, and only removed when eating or drinking.
The hidden health benefits
Due to having to brush teeth around three times per day, before putting the aligners back on, a build-up of toothpaste sits in the moulds meaning teeth are in contact with it for longer. This has been said to result in cleaner, whiter and stronger teeth.
When the moulds are on throughout the day, teeth are less prone to come into contact with bacteria that circle the air. So as well as being a treatment to straighten, fill or reduce crowding of the mouth Invisalign® has a number of health benefits too. It’s no wonder it’s become such an amazingly popular treatment!


Diamond Status Providers
Ollie & Darsh the private dental practice from Liverpool have been awarded diamond status providers of Invisalign® and have plenty of success stories and before and after images on their website that would be worth checking out!

So if you have had certain insecurities or suffered from low self-esteem due to crooked or gapped teeth then why not book a FREE consultation with Ollie & Darsh today and take the first step on your Invisalign® journey plan. Keep smiling!


*This has been a guest post please see disclaimer

30 comments:

  1. Could do with that! Looked into invisible braces before never seen non surgical ones

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    1. I thought it was a great step when I heard about it especially for people who don't like surgery

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  2. It's amazing how much orthodontics has changed since I was a child. You can hardly see them now!

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  3. I wish I had done this instead of braces! These are great and work so well and super fast!

    xoxo, Candice
    http://www.candicenikeia.com

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    1. That's great to know and I imagine easier than braces too!

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  4. I used to have braces when i was a kid, these look much better x

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    1. It's great that there are so many options available now x

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  5. Hmmmm, sounds interesting. There are so many options now!

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  6. I am still thinking to have braces for my two front teeth but I am hesitant on how long should I wear it. I guess this is a great option, knowing that it only needs to be worn in 12 months.

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    1. Yea 12 months feels doable and not like a huge commitment x

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  7. I have always heard good things about these, luckily I have never needed them xx

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    1. Still good to know what options are out there though :) x

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  8. I could really use some of these as I should have had braces as a child, but we were too poor to get them. It sounds like a super product.

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    1. Aw that sucks that you couldn't get them but I do think things are becoming more affordable now which is an amazing step forward x

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  9. I love how far braces have come and no longer do they have to be those horrid looking double metal things I feared as a child x

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  10. I think it is great how far these items have come over the years - I love that you can get almost invisible ones. x

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    1. It means less people will worry about wearing them which is great xx

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  11. having worked in the dental industry, most of my working life as a dental nurse, i can honestly say that they really do work. When i had my braces, i had the old fashion type of metal one and boy, they really hurt. This way,at least it is aesthetically more pleasing :)

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    1. Oh that's amazing to hear an honest opinion of a dental nurse thank you xx

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  12. I have heard of these but if you have jaw problems (or TMJ) you really need to be careful about altering your bite without taking into consideration how it will affect your jaw. I have been offered braces but decided it wasn't worth the risk.

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  13. I like the idea that they are invisible and don't look like normal metal braces.

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  14. I had braces when I was much younger, but these look like a great option for adults.

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  15. This sounds like a very good product, would be perfect for my teeth! I will check them out now, thank you for sharing! x

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  16. This looks like a great alternative to more painful or other types of braces and would definitely be something I would consider. Luckily, my top teeth are fine and it's only my bottom teeth that would ever need braces if I choose to do so, but they don't bother me :) x

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  17. I've seen some youtubers like Alfie Deyes use the Invisalign. Its good to know that kids these days can get braces without them having to be all mettle and in everyones faces

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  18. Ooh, definitely looking into this a little more as I would love to habe straighter teeth one day but have never liked the thought of having metal in my mouth all day!!

    Louise x

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  19. These look great, I hated having to have braces, these are a much better alternative x

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