Want to have straighter teeth and a better smile?
Have a chat with us about the clear alternative to fixed braces.
An increasingly popular option for adults, Invisalign is a clear solution to creating a better smile.
At Carnegie Dental group, our dentists are one of the certified providers for Invisalign in Melbourne, and we strive to help you achieve the smile and confidence you want.
What is Invisalign?
Invisalign is a revolutionary solution to teeth straightening using the latest technology and software system to achieve the smile you want. Invisalign is a clear, custom-made, 3D printed sequential clear aligner system that helps straighten your teeth without subjecting you to the look and feel of braces.
HOW DOES IT WORK?
At your initial consultation, you will see one of our Invisalign certified providers who will discuss with you your dental needs and expectations to achieve the smile you’re after. Your dentist will collect information including the health of your teeth and gums, photos, dental radiographs and models of your teeth in order to create a digital plan that will allow your dentist and you to review.
Your dentist will discuss the plan with you including treatment time and cost required to achieve your goal. If you have a more complex orthodontic need your dentist may offer other treatment options for you. This is a journey tailored to each individual’s needs and can be different for everyone.
Once you are happy with the computer software an order will be placed for your custom-made clear aligners. During your treatment you will wear each set of aligners for two weeks and your dentist will see you regularly along the journey. At the end of your treatment, retainers will be provided for you to wear to ensure your teeth stays in the same position and your smile is maintained.
Benefits of the clear aligner systems:
- Clear aligners are almost invisible making it socially more acceptable
- They can be removed for eating, brushing and flossing
- The precision made aligners are less obtrusive to your soft tissues making them eventually irritation-free to your gums, cheeks and tongue
- Most patients have reported minimal pain during their treatment
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