3D technology for wonky teeth

Invisalign is dentistry combined with great technology. This unique alternative to braces was developed using almost invisible thermoplastic trays that can alter the alignment of teeth without being fixed in place. Using computer technology, your treatment plan is plotted to gently realign your teeth over 12-18 months. If you want to try Invisalign in Luton, look no further than Vogue Dental Care.

What to expect from your first visit

It’s important that we fully assess your oral health and look at the end result you wish to achieve. Your dentist can then determine the best course of treatment for you and proceed to providing you with Invisalign in Luton if appropriate. If these won’t give you your desired result our highly skilled dentists can provide you with a range of alternatives.

It’s a go for Invisalign, so what happens next?

Using scanning equipment your mouth and gum line will be photographed. Using these images, your orthodontist will take your starting point and your desired end point and plot a treatment path to your final destination. The thermoplastic trays or ‘teeth guards’, will then be made for you using pin-point 3D printing accuracy. A series of these trays will be printed for you, each one designed to move your teeth a small incremental step towards smile perfection.

Every 10 days or so, you will need to change your aligner to the next in the series. You will occasionally need to return to us, so we can monitor your progress and make any changes to your plan if required.

So why choose Invisalign in Luton?

Due to their clever design the aligners are invisible unless you’re in close proximity to another person. Since they are also removable there is no compromise on what you eat, and drink and they allow you your normal oral health routine. In addition to this, because changing to the next aligner is how your treatment progresses, it reduces the number of visits you need to make to your dentist.

With all the advantages this incredible piece of oral technology offers, the question shouldn’t be ‘why Invisalign?’, but ‘why not Invisalign?’. If you would like to know more, please contact us for your initial consultation.