Your Invisalign Journey With Us

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What to expect during your Invisalign treatment

We always start with a consultation appointment. This is an informal chat for us to understand a bit about what you would like to achieve from treatment and ensure suitability.

Once we have agreed to proceed, we will carry out a full assessment. This is similar to your regular check-ups but goes much more in depth and includes additional x-rays, photographs, and impressions of your teeth.

Following the assessment, you will receive your bespoke digital treatment plan outlining your treatment plan and demonstrating your final result.

After approving the treatment plan, we will fit your new Invisalign aligners and monitor your tooth straightening journey.

meet Dr Aston Parmar

Special Interest in Restorative, Cosmetic and Implant Dentistry

Why Invisalign Teeth Straightening?

Invisalign treatments are perfect for those who are self-conscious about their smile. As the name suggests, Invisalign braces are virtually invisible, making them much more discreet than traditional metal braces. It also makes eating and brushing your teeth easier since you don’t have to worry about food getting stuck in brackets or wires. With Invisalign, the treatment plan is tailored to your  specific case, so you know exactly what to expect. Our team at North Cardiff Dental Implants are experienced in using this treatment and will ensure your smile looks its very best. Contact us today to learn more about Invisalign and how it can help you achieve the perfect smile!

We are the leading invisalign teeth straightening clinic in Cardiff due to our level of expertise and commitment to providing the highest quality Invisalign service for our patients. Our team of dental professionals have over 10 years of experience in using this revolutionary system, making us one of the most experienced invisalign clinics in the UK. At North Cardiff Dental Implants, we use cutting edge technology to create an individualised treatment plan that is tailored to each patient’s needs. Our system is designed to minimise discomfort and ensure you get the best possible results in the shortest amount of time. We understand everyone’s dental health needs are different, which is why we provide a range of treatments that suit your budget, lifestyle and individual goals. 

How Long Does Invisalign Take?

Invisalign treatments usually take around 12 months to complete, and the results can be life-changing. At North Cardiff Dental Implants, our team of specialists are highly trained in providing the best possible outcome for your Invisalign treatment. We offer free consultations so that you can discuss all aspects of the treatment with us before making a decision.  We also offer a payment plan and discounted prices for our patients. So, come in today and find out how we can help you achieve the perfect smile! 

We understand that undergoing Invisalign treatment is a big commitment, so we strive to make it as easy as possible for our patients. Our team of dentists are experienced in providing the highest standard of care, and they can help you decide if Invisalign is the right option for you. We are dedicated to helping our patients achieve the best possible results in a safe and comfortable environment. Contact us today to book an appointment or find out more about how North Cardiff Dental Implants can help you get the perfect smile!

Frequently Asked Questions

Usually the first few days when you first start wearing Invisalign you can get a mild discomfort – almost like a bruising feeling. Once your teeth get used to the movement (just like if your muscles are getting used to going to the gym) then the discomfort ceases.

You can get mild ulceration of your mouth when you are new to the trays.

Usually No. Some people suffer from a lisp for an hour or so when the Invisalign trays are placed in. They very quickly lose this, sometimes its lasts for a day or two. It would be very rare for this lisp to stay during the entire treatment!

This really depends on how severe your misalignment is. Braces can be on for anything from just a few months to a few years.