For most people, having a smile that they can be proud of is important. This is why we take so much time and care with our patients at Dental Rooms and will not let them leave the practice until they are happy. Crooked teeth can affect anyone and can sometimes lead to more complicated problems if left untreated, but we have a solution. We provide treatments such as Invisalign in Wimbledon, giving you the opportunity to straighten your teeth conveniently and comfortably. Booking an appointment to discuss straightening your teeth or finding out more about this treatment is easy to do through our website or over the phone. Our friendly dental team will explain everything as clearly as they can to you as well as answering any questions that you may have.
How does this treatment straighten your teeth?
Invisalign in Wimbledon is an extremely effective way of straightening your teeth. Ultimately it works by using clear plastic aligners to gradually move your teeth into new, straighter positions. You will have to wear multiple sets of aligners, as each set will move your teeth a little bit at a time. These aligners are custom made for you by using digital technology. At your consultation appointment you will have a 3D scan taken of your teeth’s current positions. From this image, our computer will produce several new images to show how your teeth will move to reach their final straightened positions. You will have one set of aligners for each stage and your dental practitioner will issue you with a few sets at a time. You will need to visit your practice in between to pick up your next sets and to have an appointment to ensure that your treatment is working correctly.
Unlike any other appliance
When you make the decision to have Invisalign in Wimbledon, you will discover the enjoyable versatility of this treatment. Unlike other fixed straightening appliances, your aligners are completely removable. This makes things like eating and brushing your teeth a lot easier, however you must still make sure that your aligners are being worn for at least twenty-two hours of the day. If you do not wear your aligners for the correct amount of time or try to skip a set of aligners then you risk extending the length of your treatment time or could even need to completely restart it. This can also result in additional costs for you, so it is important to get it right the first time round if you do not want to pay anything extra. Made from a thin, clear plastic, your aligners will fit comfortably over your own teeth and should not impact your ability to speak. Alongside this, your aligners are completely clear, which makes them more discreet than a lot of other fixed straightening appliances that are normally metallic in colour. Having clear aligners to wear means that people will barely be able to notice that you are undergoing treatment, helping you feel less self-conscious when you are out in public.