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Invisalign® at Milngavie Orthodontics

At the Milngavie Orthodontics, we are experts in straightening teeth. Our dentists have undergone further education and training so we can deliver the highest standard of care to all our patients. 

We really believe in Invisalign. That’s why we recommend it as part of your smile makeover.

So if you’re looking for a life-changing smile makeover that will straighten your teeth, Invisalign® is for you.


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The Benefits



Virtually invisible

One of the main benefits of clear aligners is how they are virtually invisible when you wear them.



Clear aligners are made of smooth, flexible plastic that fit snugly to your teeth. There are no rough brackets or sharp wires that cause pain.


Complex Cases

Invisalign can be used to correct extreme cases of misaligned teeth and bad bites.

Why choose Invisalign®?

Invisalign has revolutionised the orthodontic industry and we're proud to offer patients this service at Milngavie Orthodontics . Here are a few reasons to consider Invisalign®:

Virtually Invisible - the transparent aligners fit closely to the teeth and is almost undetectable, even close up.

Removable - unlike traditional braces, Invisalign® aligners can be removed which allows you to take them off for brushing and flossing your teeth.

Comfortable - Because Invisalign® aligners are smooth and fit closely to your teeth, they are much more comfortable than metal braces, and it is easy to forget that you are even wearing them.

Fewer follow-up visits - While you should still see your dentist at Milngavie Orthodontics for regular cleaning and check-ups, with less chance of complications, and fewer follow up visits for adjustments required, with Invisalign® you are likely to spend less time in the dentist’s chair.

Fixed Braces vs Invisalign?

We use both fixed braces and Invisalign at Milngavie Orthodontics as they are both effective tools for straightening teeth while also improving your smile and oral health.

In general, Invisalign is considered to be more effective for moderate crowding of the front teeth, while traditional braces are considered more effective for issues that are more severe. 

This is a conversation that you will have with your orthodontist as they will use their experience to advise the best right solution for you. 


The most frequent questions, answered!

How will clear aligners straighten my teeth?

The Invisalign® treatment uses a series of clear aligners to help you get your new smile. The aligners are created specially made for you. Throughout the treatment, you’ll change your trays every other week. The Invisalign® clear aligners will gently pull each tooth into a new position. While you might not see the results on a day-to-day basis, it will only take a matter of a few short months to see amazing results.

How long do I need to wear my aligners each day?

You need to wear them for 22 hours a day, and should only remove them to eat and drink.

How long will the process of straightening crooked teeth take?

The length of time the treatment will take will depend on you, the individual. Everyone is different. On your first visit to our practice, your dentist will make an assessment and will let you know how long you can expect to have them in for. In some cases, you will require as little as 12 weeks.results from Invisalign® within months. In some cases, you will require as little as 12 weeks.

Is it painful?

Invisalign® aligners are a lot more comfortable than conventional braces and there are no wires to cut into your cheeks. When you start a new aligner it can be tight and uncomfortable for the first couple of days.

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