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Get your best smile with Invisalign - the clear solution for straightening your teeth.

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What Are Invisalign Clear Aligners?

Invisalign Clear Aligners are made of thin, clear, lightweight plastic material. An Invisalign treatment will require wearing a series of clear aligners, which are usually changed every one or two weeks.

Invisalign aligners apply constant force to teeth to affect the movement gradually until desired results are achieved.

They must be worn daily but can be removed during eating, drinking, or cleaning teeth.

Invisalign aligners are virtually undetectable and are more comfortable than most orthodontic treatments, and are removable so you can still enjoy eating your favourite food.

How does Invisalign Work? 

You can achieve your new smile with just 3 easy steps.

Step 1. Plan Your Smile Book an appointment with our specialist dentist. 

They will discuss if you are a good candidate for the Invisalign and will answer any questions you have regarding the treatment.

Step 2. We begin the transformation to your New Smile

Once we have agreed on a treatment plan, we will provide you with your custom Invisalign clear aligners. We will examine your smile and make sure it fits correctly. You will have regular face-to-face checkups to monitor the progress.

Step 3. Keep Your Brand New Smile

Once you have completed your Invisalign treatment, you will be issued with retainers to keep your teeth aligned.

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Why choose Invisalign?

  • A beautiful smile, in as little as 6 months!
  • Virtually invisible.
  • Removable so you can eat what you want, when you want.
  • Doesn’t affect the enamel on your teeth like braces.
  • Brush and floss as usual, which makes them more hygienic than braces.
See the difference between Invisalign vs Braces here.

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Your Invisalign Treatment Questions Answered

What is Invisalign?

Invisalign uses a series of virtually clear aligners to straighten your teeth discreetly!

Using SmartTrack technology, Invisalign’s clear aligners can work up to 50% faster than alternative solutions with over 75% more predictability!

How much does Invisalign cost?

The exact amount of your treatment will depend on the complexity of your case and the duration of treatment. We will be able to provide you with a clear estimate upon your consultation.

Absolute Dental have Interest Free Dental Payment Plans  and HICAPS Instant Private Health Rebates from all major providers.

How long does the treatment take?

Invisalign can straighten teeth in as little as 3 months! Although, the length of your treatment will depend on your specific needs and will be determined by one of our certified specialist dentists.

Your initial consultation will include a full mouth assessment to determine your estimated treatment duration. 

Am I a candidate for Invisalign?

All cases are unique, which is why it is important to be assessed by a certified Invisalign dentist. Our certified dentists will determine whether you are a good candidate for Invisalign to make sure you get the best possible results. If you are not a good candidate for Invisalign then we will recommend other treatment plans.

Is Invisalign painful?

Invisalign treatment may be slightly uncomfortable for the first few days of each new stage of treatment. This is normal and is typically described as a feeling of pressure. It’s a sign that the Invisalign aligners are sequentially moving your teeth to their final positions.

Will Invisalign work as effectively as traditional Braces?

For certain conditions, Invisalign will not be recommended. Your dentist will assess your needs and determine if your oral conditions suit Invisalign. If so, you can be assured that your treatment will be just as effective with Invisalign as with braces. Invisalign treatments are often shorter than that of traditional braces, but with the same results.

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