First impressions last

Set yourself up for success with Invisalign’s revolutionary smile-straightening treatment. The world’s first clear aligners, Invisalign allows you to transform your smile discreetly and comfortably with virtually invisible removable braces – no need for any wires or brackets.

What is Invisalign®?

Invisalign braces in Sussex & Kent

Invisalign has revolutionised orthodontic treatment, allowing you to transform your smile discreetly and comfortably. It uses a series of virtually invisible custom-made aligners to gradually straighten your teeth without the need for metal wires or brackets.

  • Almost invisible aligners
  • Custom-made to straighten teeth comfortably
  • Removable when needed

Each aligner is worn for around two weeks, for between 20 and 22 hours a day, and they should only be removed for eating, brushing and contact sports. At Total Orthodontics we offer the original and much-loved Invisalign brace, as well as Invisalign Teen, Invisalign Lite and the newest member of the family: Invisalign i7.

Advantages of Invisalign®

If you’re considering orthodontic treatment but don’t like the thought of fixed braces, then clear aligners could prove the ideal solution. Our patients love the fact that they’re practically invisible, and because they are removable you’ll find it easy to brush and floss your teeth as normal throughout your treatment.

I love the fact that not many people realise that I am wearing braces.
Jane, former patient

What’s more, you’ll be able to see your finished smile before you even start wearing your aligners. Using ClinCheck® computer software your specialist orthodontist can show you a representation of how your teeth should look once your treatment is complete. You can also see how your smile will change throughout your treatment.

Disadvantages of Invisalign®

Because Invisalign is removable, it can often be tempting to take your aligners out for increasing periods of time. However, your teeth will only move while you’re wearing your brace, so it’s really important to wear it for at least 20 hours every day. If you think this commitment will prove difficult, you may be better suited to a fixed brace.

Other invisible braces

As with all braces, it’s important that we make sure you’re suitable for Invisalign. Some types of tooth movement prove too much for aligners, and in these cases we’d recommend clear braces or lingual braces as discreet alternatives.

Thankfully, Invisalign keeps getting better, and the newest evolution is able to treat mild, moderate and complex cases. This is in part thanks to the introduction of ‘attachments’ – these are small tooth-coloured buttons attached to the teeth to give more control.

Cost of Invisalign®

Below gives an idea of the starting prices for Invisalign options – these prices are a guide only, and we will be able to provide a more accurate cost at your free consultation:
Invisalign® from £4,800 or £160 a month
Invisalign® i7 from £1,350 or £45 a month
Invisalign® Lite from £1,945 or £64.84 a month
Invisalign® Teen from £4,800 or £160 a month

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Our Invisalign costs are fully inclusive, and treatment includes a period of follow-up care once you’ve finished wearing your aligners. You’ll also receive customised fixed and removable retainers to ensure your teeth stay straight and you keep smiling.

Invisalign® FAQs

How much does Invisalign cost?

Prices start from £1,350. For a personalised quote, come and see us for a free no-obligation consultation.

How long will my treatment take?

As with all braces, the length of your treatment depends of how much change is needed; however, an average adult’s Invisalign treatment will take between 9 and 18 months. Remember – as Invisalign is so discreet, most people may not even notice you’re wearing braces during this time.

What if I've had braces in the past?

Good news – many Invisalign patients have had previous treatment, and want to take their smile back to how great it looked at the time. Invisalign can correct any misalignment you’ve experienced, without having to relive the metal braces you may have worn before!

How do I clean my aligners?

You should keep your aligners clean by gently brushing them with a toothbrush and some water every time you take them out. You can also use retainer brite cleaning tablets for a more thorough clean.

Is Invisalign painful?

Your aligners shouldn’t be painful, but you might find them a bit tight for the first few days.

Will I be able to brush and floss my teeth?

Yes, you can simply remove your aligners to brush and floss as normal.

What should I do if I lose an aligner?

Start wearing an aligner from your previous set and get in touch as soon as you can.

What’s next?

If you’re ready to learn how Invisalign could work for you, book your FREE consultation today, or find your nearest Total Orthodontics practice, and take the first step towards the smile you’ve been waiting for.

Specialists in Straightening Teeth