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A 26-year-old lady who had not worn braces before, but noticed her teeth were becoming more crowded over the last 10 years, and also noticed they were protruding forwards. We treated her with Invisalign which took 10 months to fully straighten her teeth and improve her profile and lip support by bringing the front teeth ‘back’. A great new smile.
A 30-year-old lady who was not happy with her front teeth crossing over. Her sister’s wedding was the goal for her perfect smile, and we achieved her wedding photo smiles with Invisalign treatment. Taking 11 months to straighten her teeth, Invisalign really suited her profession being a doctor and not being restricted with her diet, especially when on-call with available hospital food!. Following Invisalign, we fitted fixed retainers and night-time retainers.
A 14-year-old girl who wanted to have straighter teeth and smile, wore Teen Invisalign for 8 months to achieve her new smile. Before treatment, her upper left incisor tooth was biting on the edge of the lower opposing tooth which was risking toothwear on the incisal edge. By straightening the upper front teeth, this tooth was no longer biting ‘on top’ of the lower opposing tooth and reduced the risk of enamel toothwear. A healthy smile!
A 19-year-old who was living out of London during her University term time, wanted to improve the appearance of her teeth and bite. She had a deep overbite in addition to the crowded front teeth. We treated with Invisalign over 13 months, and the versatility of Invisalign allowed us to continue her regular orthodontic appointments throughout her studies without disruption to her University life or treatment progress. Treatment all completed before her summer backpacking in Europe.
A 15-year-old girl was treated with Teen Invisalign over 12 months to straighten her teeth, especially the upper left lateral incisor tooth which was ‘twisted’. Due to the position of this tooth it was causing early tooth wear as biting on top of the lower opposing tooth. Once the teeth were straightened, the upper teeth were meeting the lower teeth with a correct overbite, providing long term stability and dental health.