You may have heard about the new 'invisible brace' and wondered what it is all about. If you have teeth that are crowded, too far apart or have shifted since wearing conventional braces, In-line may give you a new reason to smile! Because it is nearly invisible almost no one can tell you are wearing In-line, so you can smile more during as well as after your treatment. You can remove In-line so you can eat and drink what you like, and studies have shown that it can be better for your dental hygiene during treatment. With no metal or sharp edges, In-line is comfortable to wear and does not cause allergies. The convenience and ease of use have made it the choice of over half a million people, giving hundreds of thousands of people amazing new smiles.
How does it work?Using the latest advances in 3-D computer technology, In-line uses your dentist's instructions to create a series of custom made removable mouth trays (aligners). These aligners apply a controlled amount of force to your teeth, causing them to move. Each aligner is slightly different, moving your teeth gradually into the desired position.
How long will In-line take?
In-line only works while you wear the aligners. We recommend they are worn full time day and night (min 22 - 24 hours). The aligners for Inline are worn for 6-8 weeks before moving onto the next set. Treatment length will vary depending on your case, but the average In-line treatment is nine to eighteen months. During treatment you should visit us periodically, until it is determined that your treatment is complete. Once active treatment is complete, there may be some fine tuning to create that perfect smile.
Prices from £2054.40.
Teeth straightening - Inline braces
Mrs S had thought that it was too late to have her teeth straightened having lived for 50 years with a protruding front tooth. Using clear removable retainers we were able to re-align her front teeth and give her the smile she had always dreamed of.
Lateral Incisor reshape
This young 13 year old boy had just completed orthodontic treatment. He was missing his lateral incisors so we therefore had to make his pointed canines look more like square incisors. With careful shaping and use of white filling material we created a much more natural smile.