A clearer route to a straighter smile.

Invisalign straightens teeth with clear, custom-made aligners. Every two weeks, you are given a new set of aligners that gradually move your teeth to your desired position.

Many people are put off having orthodontics because of their appearance. Invisalign is a much less noticeable way to achieve an attractive smile. As the aligners are removable, you can eat what you want. They are easy to keep clean too.

These clear braces are designed using 3D technology. Each aligner is just a little different and worn for around two weeks at a time. This exerts gentle forces which gradually realign your teeth.

The advantages

  • Virtually invisible
  • Removable
  • Tailor-made
  • Snugly fitting and unobtrusive

What happens during the treatment?

  1. When you decide to have Invisalign, we start by taking impressions of your teeth and also assess the health of your mouth and gums.
  2. We use 3D technology to present how Invisalign will gradually straighten your teeth.
  3. The impressions are taken to a lab where your aligners are tailor-made.
  4. We then invite you back for a fitting. We make sure the fit is perfect and our dentist will take you through how best to maintain your oral health during the treatment.
  5. We will supply you with your aligners and talk you through the order. Every two weeks, you will need to change your aligners to the next set in the chain.
  6. We want to keep an eye on your treatment so we will invite you every couple of months.
  7. Most cases are completed within 6-12 months however the length of the treatment depends on your individual case. I order for the treatment to be as effective as possible, you will need to wear your aligners for a minimum of 22 hours a day.

After the treatment, we provide you with a retainer that you will need to wear in bed until your teeth fully settle.

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Information about the temporary practice closure and emergency treatments

As I am sure it may come as no surprise that we will be closing the practice following the recent guidance from the government and dental governing bodies.

The practice will be closed from Tuesday 24th March 2020 to ensure we are protecting you, our lovely patients as well as our staff.

If you have a dental emergency during this time and would like advice then please call the practice and a dentist on call will aim to call you back within a few hours. These arrangements will continue for the foreseeable future.

As a guide a dental emergency is:

  • Heavy bleeding that does not stop
  • Swelling/infection which makes it hard to breathe
  • Tooth that has been knocked out
  • Severe tooth pain

We would like to take this opportunity to thank you for your support and stay safe.
Assuring you of our best attention at all times.

From all of us at Meadow Walk Dental and The Gallery Dental and Implant Centre.


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Practice Closure Update

Information about the temporary practice closure and emergency treatments. The practice will be closed from Tuesday 24th March 2020 to ensure we are protecting you, our lovely patients as well as our staff.