Invisalign is the world’s most advanced clear aligner system

Invisalign® offers a clear, discreet, and minimally invasive way to straighten your teeth and transform the look of your smile.

It is a truly modern treatment, with innovative digital planning ensuring optimal accuracy and incredible results.

Invisalign uses gentle forces to gradually improve the positions of your teeth. We can use digital technology to show you how your teeth will move during treatment. and even a preview of what your new smile could look like. You have the chance to see the enhanced look before you commit to treatment.


  • Clear, virtually invisible
  • Smooth and comfortable
  • Removable & easy to clean
  • Eat anything you want

Traditional Braces

  • Wires and brackets
  • Can decorate with colours
  • Colours can be changed at every visit
  • Non removable

Comparison with Invisalign® vs other treatments

Other clear aligners

Traditional braces

Made from SmartTrack material
In-person consultations with real dentists
Easily removable for eating, drinking & flossing*
No emergency visits for broken wires
Virtually invisible
Made from traditional brackets and wires
Each aligner is trimmed to your gum line for optimal comfort and appearance**
Blue compliance indicator dots to help you stay on track
Covered by many orthodontic insurance plans

Six reasons why you should choose us for your Invisalign treatment

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    customer service

  • Consultation icon

    initial consultation

  • Finance icon

    Interest free
    finance available

  • Teeth icon

    Complimentary tooth
    whitening worth £499

  • Teeth icon

    Complimentary vivera
    retainers worth £400

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    Over 10 years experience
    with Invisalign

What can Invisalign® fix?

Crowded teeth

If there is not enough room in your mouth for your teeth to fit correctly, they will become crowded. This can cause a build-up of harmful plaque and bacteria, making it harder for you to clean your teeth effectively.

Gaps between teeth

If you have a gap between two or more of your teeth, this can cause problems for your oral health. Pockets can form between the teeth and gums, causing food to get stuck and lead to tender and sore gums, and even gum disease.

Open bite

When your upper and lower teeth don’t touch when you close your mouth, this is known as an open bite. It can make biting or chewing difficult, especially with hard food such as apples or crusty bread.


If your lower front teeth are in front of your upper teeth when you close your mouth, you have an underbite. It can give the appearance that your jaw is pushing out from your mouth. An underbite may cause your teeth to become worn more quickly, as well as making it hard to chew and speak properly.


When your upper front teeth overlap with your lower front teeth, this is called an overbite. Most people have a slight overbite, but in some, an overbite can lead to jaw pain, worn teeth and tooth decay.


If your teeth don’t line up correctly when you close your mouth, this is known as a crossbite. This can cause your teeth to chip or wear down, and make your gums start to recede, leading to problems with painful gums or even bone loss.

Cost of Invisalign® Clear Braces

Invisalign (minimal cases)

from £1700
  • Free initial consultation
  • Free 3D scan

Invisalign Lite

from £2800
  • Free initial consultation
  • Free 3D scan
  • Free vivera retainers (worth £400)
  • Free tooth whitening (worth £499)

Invisalign Full

from £3800
  • Free initial consultation
  • Free 3D scan
  • Free vivera retainers (worth £400)
  • Free tooth whitening (worth £499)
  • Free virtual scan

We can create a smile simulation in minutes using our Trios scanner.

Cosmetic dentistry can be a big step, so we want to help you make the right choice for you and your smile. We use our Trios digital scanner to create a simulation of your proposed new smile, showing you exactly what we can change, upgrade and transform about your teeth.

After a quick and comfortable scan and a chat with us about your dream smile, you are able to watch a video of the treatment process and see exactly what we can do to change the appearance of your teeth. We can even put an image of your expected results next to your current look, so you can really see the change and start to get excited about your new smile!

Frequently Asked Questions

How long does Invisalign treatment take?

Treatment length varies from case to case, but most Invisalign treatments are completed in 9-18 months. Straightforward cases have a faster treatment time, whilst patients needing more complex straightening can expect to wear their aligners for longer. We can advise you of your expected treatment time after your initial consultation.

Will Invisalign affect my speech?

You may find it takes a few days to get used to the aligners, and may have a slight lisp at first, but you should be talking clearly and confidently before long.

Are the aligners comfortable?

Yes, Invisalign aligners have been designed with comfort in mind, enabling you to easily wear them for up to 22 hours a day. They fit snugly over the teeth and have no metal brackets or wires to irritate the skin.

How long do I need to wear my Invisalign® clear aligners for each day?

You need to wear your aligners for around 22 hours a day in order for your treatment to be most effective. You can take them out for eating, drinking, brushing your teeth and playing contact sport.

What should I do if I lose an Invisalign® aligner?

If you lose one of your aligners, please contact us as soon as possible for further advice. In the meantime, you can wear an aligner from your previous set to prevent your teeth from moving too far out of line. We may also advise that you move straight onto your next set of aligners, depending on your individual case.

How much does Invisalign cost?

The cost of treatment depends on each individual case. Complex cases usually require more aligners and therefore are more expensive. We are able to give you an exact treatment cost based on the examination and assessment we carry out during your initial consultation. We offer payment plans and finance options to help you spread the cost of treatment.

Will I need to wear retainers after my treatment?

Yes, you will need to wear retainers to keep your teeth in their new positions following your Invisalign treatment. Teeth have a habit of moving out of place, so you will need to wear retainers on a part-time basis (usually overnight) for as long as you wish your teeth to stay straight.