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At Hawkins Dental & Implant Clinic we offer Invisalign clear braces - a series of virtually invisible, removable aligners that are changed every two to three weeks. Treatment can take as little as 12 weeks, depending on the alterations required. Each aligner is carefully designed specifically for your teeth and moves them in small stages, little by little, week by week, until they have reached the final position prescribed by your dentist.
Invisalign aligners are made just for you and are therefore clear and comfortable. They don't get in the way of your lifestyle, and can easily be removed the for a short space of time for an important meeting, event or night out.
The team at Hawkins Dental & Implant Clinic advise that Invisalign aligners are removed for eating, drinking, brushing and flossing, and can also be removed to clean your teeth, allowing you to maintain good oral hygiene.
To find out more about Invisalign, contact Hawkins Dental & Implant Clinic on 01214 756569.
Invisalign aligners move teeth through a series of carefully controlled movements. Unlike traditional braces, Invisalign treatment not only controls the amount of movement that each aligner delivers, but also the timing of the movement. So, at each stage, only certain teeth can move, following the Invisalign treatment plan for that particular stage. This results in an efficient force delivery system.
Make an appointment with one of the team at Hawkins Dental & Implant Clinic for an initial consultation.
The time taken depends on the complexity of the treatment and is generally comparable to that of traditional braces. During your consultation, your Birmingham dentist can give you more detailed information.
The virtually invisible aligners are made of strong medical grade thermoplastic material, uniquely developed for the Invisalign® System. The aligners are custom-made for you and fit snugly over your teeth.
Some people may experience temporary, minor discomfort for a few days when they insert a new aligner at the beginning of each new stage of treatment. This is normal and is typically described as a feeling of pressure. It’s a sign that the aligners are working and it usually goes away in a couple of days.