Invisalign® is an advanced clear aligner system to straighten your teeth.
- Clear, virtually invisible
- Smooth and comfortable
- Removable & easy to clean
- Eat anything you want
- Wires and brackets
How does Invisalign® work?
Using a force that is gentle but constant, Invisalign® treatment guides your teeth into a new position. Moreover, with advanced 3D computer-imaging technology, patients understand the entire treatment plan from the initial position to the final desired outcome.
Invisalign® are custom-made for your teeth, realigning them slowly in controlled movements. Patients wear each aligner for about two weeks before it’s replaced by the next in the treatment cycle.
Herne Hill Dental will develop a treatment plan based on the specific needs of each patient.
When do dentists recommend Invisalign®?
We recommend Invisalign® as a corrective option for our patients who have overcrowding, crooked smiles or gaps and need to realign only a few teeth, usually in the front of their mouth.
Will I have to compromise my dental routine with Invisalign®?
Invisalign® created a product with the least disruption to your dental routine in mind, but it is important you follow your oral hygiene regimen. Moreover, as the Invisalign® system is removable, you can continue to brush and floss your teeth with products that work for your dental health. Brushing your aligners with a non-abrasive toothpaste will keep them clean and fresh.
How long does the treatment take?
Your Invisalign® provider, Herne Hill Dental will determine the total treatment time based on the severity of the misaligned teeth and your specific situation. Treatment time may be shorter than traditional braces and can take from 6 to 18 months. While undergoing treatment you should wear your aligners for up to 22 hours each day. You may remove them for eating, drinking coloured beverages and regular oral hygiene.
How can I start my treatment with Invisalign®?
Book an initial treatment consultation with a dentist specialised in the Invisalign® treatment plans at Herne Hill Dental.
Invisalign Special Offers at Herne Hill
|3D Scan - worth £350.00, complimentary
|Removable retainers - worth £500.00, complimentary
|Oral Hygiene with Airflow Polishing & Stain removal - worth £109.00, complimentary
|Teeth Whitening - worth £360.00, complimentary
|0% Finance available
|TOTAL SAVINGS of over £1350.00
12 months - £291.25 per month
|24 months - £159.17 per month
|36 months - £111.04 per month
|60 months - £72.78 per month
Comparison with Invisalign® vs other treatments
|Other clear aligners
|Made from SmartTrack material
|In-person consultations with real dentists
|Easily removable for eating, drinking & flossing*
|Any emergency visits are seen by a real Dentist (included at no extra cost)
|Remote monitoring with app
|Made from traditional brackets and wires
|Fixed retainer provided
|Each aligner is trimmed to your gum line for optimal comfort and appearance**
|Blue compliance indicator dots to help you stay on track
|Covered by many orthodontic insurance plans
Six reasons why you should choose us
What can Invisalign® fix?
Crowded teeth is a condition where you do not have enough room for your teeth to fit normally. This can cause plaque or tartar and other harmful bacteria to build up as it is harder for you to brush and floss well.
Gaps between teeth
Gaps between teeth is when there is extra space between two or more of your teeth. This can cause pockets between your teeth and gums and can cause food to get stuck making them tender and sore. This might also lead to gum disease.
An Open bite is when your upper and lower teeth don't touch when you close your mouth. An open bite can make it hard for you to chew or difficult to bite even the most common of food like apples.
An underbite is when you close your mouth and your lower front teeth are in front of your upper teeth. In many cases, this is actually a problem with your lower jaw being too far forward. An underbite can make it hard to chew properly and speak clearly, and it might cause your teeth to wear down more quickly.
An overbite is when your upper front teeth overlap with your lower front teeth. Most people have at least a little overbite. When your overbite is too large, your doctor might tell you you have a deep bite. This can cause problems, from your teeth wearing down to pain in your jaw.
A crossbite is when you close your mouth and yet some of your upper teeth are sitting inside your lower teeth rather than on the outside. A crossbite can make your teeth wear down or chip. It can also make your gums start to recede or make little notches above your gum line. This kind of damage can lead to painful gum problems or even bone loss.