Invisalign at Park Orthodontics: A Comprehensive Guide

Posted October 13, 2017 by Luke_Goff

Invisalign is a relatively new teeth-straightening treatment that has gained much popularity in recent years due to its discreet and effective nature.

[GLASGOW, 12/10/2017] Particularly popular with teenagers and image-conscious adults, Invisalign offers a viable alternative to metal braces, since no one needs to know that patients are undergoing treatment – Invisalign aligners are virtually invisible.

At Park Orthodontics, Invisalign consists of a series of transparent, removable, custom-made, plastic aligners that will gradually move the teeth into their correct position. Invisalign aligners at Park Orthodontics are made of high-quality plastic and they are very comfortable to wear.

The Invisalign process at Park Orthodontics

The first step in seeking treatment with Invisalign is to make an appointment with a dentist at Park Orthodontics. They will sit down with each patient and explain the details of the treatment. They will also use a special scanning system to determine whether someone is a good candidate for Invisalign at Park Orthodontics. Patients who qualify for Invisalign, will have set up an effective treatment plan detailing the costs and procedures involved.

The dentists at Park Orthodontics will then take digital scans from the patient’s teeth in order to help the Invisalign lab create the customised aligners. At Park Orthodontics, each patient will be provided with a series of aligners, each of which are used for about two weeks. After two weeks, they will have to wear the next one in the series in order to meet the current needs of their teeth’s positioning. Treatment time with Invisalign at Park Orthodontics is different for each patient – some patients require only a few sets, whereas others may need to go through the treatment process for longer.

Invisalign at Park Orthodontics is a fast, easy and comfortable treatment. Once patients have a set of aligners designed specifically for their teeth, they should wear them as much as possible – at least 20 hours per day. Unlike conventional braces, Invisalign aligners are entirely removable and they can be removed to eat or brush and floss the teeth. Moreover, many patients that opt for Invisalign at Park Orthodontics experience less discomfort than with traditional braces, which must be adjusted on a regular basis.

About Park Orthodontics

As the very first orthodontic practice in Glasgow, we have been making people smile since 1972.

We have always been committed to providing NHS treatment to children and adults over the past 40 years and our enthusiasm continues to this day.

Our experienced clinicians are at the forefront of private orthodontics offering the latest treatments such as Damon, lingual and aligner appliances (see our treatment pages for more information) . As we solely specialise in orthodontics, our experienced and highly qualified clinicians are able to formulate and carry out tailor-made treatments to suit each of our patients.

Our primary goal is to make our patient’s happy and to achieve this our treatments will maximise your smile and facial appearance whilst ensuring that chewing function is optimal.
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Last Updated October 13, 2017