Crestmead Invisalign® Services

The Clear Alternative Treatment to Braces

Get a free Invisalign consultation today when you contact our Crestmead cosmetic dentists at Choice Dental. We have a lot to share about the semi-transparent orthodontic treatment that straightens your teeth without braces.

Dental braces have come a long way since traditional metal "train track" braces. Now, Choice Dental provides the latest innovation in dental brace technology - Invisalign.

Invisalign is a semi-transparent and orally hygienic orthodontic treatment that straightens your teeth. The Invisalign system utilises a series of customised clear aligners that have been mapped out and fabricated using 3D computer imaging of your teeth.

As you wear each successive set of aligners, your teeth gradually move towards their final ideal positions. Throughout your entire course of treatment, most people you meet won't realise that you are wearing them. And if you want to take things a step further, you can even remove Invisalign aligners temporarily - for that special occasion when you have to look your best.

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How Would You Look Like With Straight Teeth?

You can achieve the smile you've always dreamt of with the comfort and ease of Invisalign. Follow the link below and see what Invisalign can do for your smile and bite with a preview from the Smile View Simulator!

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Preview Your New Smile

Not sure how your teeth will look after Invisalign treatment? One of the great features about Invisalign is that you can view an animated preview of your Invisalign treatment stages from start to finish - before starting any treatment. That way, you will know exactly when to expect changes and what the final result will look like.

How is Invisalign® Different from Other Aligners?

Compared to traditional braces that move all your teeth at once, Invisalign works on individual teeth. That means that normally positioned teeth are not moved while incorrectly aligned teeth are. Not only that, your dentist can fine-tune each shift your individual teeth make during the treatment process.

Other Features Include

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Near Invisibility

Unlike traditional braces, Invisalign's clear plastic aligners go unnoticed.

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Removable

Instantly take out your aligners for eating, cleaning, and socialising.

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Comfortable

You'll discover a more gentle sensation as your teeth shift position slowly over time.

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Convenient

The Invisalign system requires less frequent check-up appointments than traditional braces

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Clear Timeline

You'll get an upfront treatment plan when you start the Invisalign process.

Invisalign's Oral Health Benefits

Braces make it more difficult to maintain proper oral care and hygiene, oftentimes leaving teeth stained or discolored. There are no such concerns with Invisalign trays. You simply pop them out before your normal brush and floss routine and put them back on, once when you're done. You also don't have to avoid any foods that would normally get caught in metal braces. Because you remove your aligners when eating, there is no need to adjust your diet.

Invisalign can also correct a number of teeth misalignment conditions that can cause oral problems, such as tooth decay, difficulty with chewing & biting, wear & tear, and gum damage. Teeth misalignment conditions that can be corrected by Invisalign include:

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Overbites

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Underbites

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Gap teeth

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Crowded teeth

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Open bites

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Crossbites

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Get a FREE Invisalign® Consultation at Choice Dental Crestmead

Are you ready to take a big step towards getting your teeth straightened? All it takes is a call to find out how Invisalign can help you achieve straighter teeth and a new smile. Call our friendly and informative reception on 07 3809 3320 to book a FREE consultation with a doctor to discuss ballpark cost and suitability today!

*Any surgical or invasive procedure carries risks. Before proceeding, you should seek a second opinion from an appropriately qualified health practitioner.