Enhance your smile

Are crooked teeth ruining your smile? We all want a smile to be proud of but crowded, overly spaced or misaligned teeth can detract from your appearance and start to affect your confidence. You may have considered corrective treatment but worried that you would have to put up with metal braces. The good news is that there is a new system that can straighten your teeth comfortably, effectively and discreetly. At Park Orthodontics in Glasgow, Invisalign is a popular technique which we have used for many of our patients.

How does it work?

You will first be invited for an initial consultation which allows us to assess the state of your mouth and take measurements. Invisalign uses a series of clear plastic trays or aligners which gently reposition your teeth. These are individually made to suit your mouth and you will be provided with a new set every two weeks. This is so they adapt to the changing position of your teeth and continue to guide them into the right place. We use 3D computer modelling which allows the aligners to be made precisely and means that you can see the predicted results in advance. You can try Invisalign in Glasgow and join over 3 million people who have benefitted from it worldwide.

What are the advantages?

The aligners are made of clear plastic and are almost invisible so you can smile without feeling self-conscious. They are also removeable for eating and cleaning so the impact on your life is minimal. As they are made to individually fit your mouth, they are also very comfortable. You may experience a little bit of tightness when you get your new set of aligners but this just shows that they are working correctly and any discomfort will ease quickly. For our patients in Glasgow, Invisalign has proved to be a great solution to straightening teeth which does not cause inconvenience or the embarrassment of having ugly metal braces.

Give yourself the gift of a beautiful new smile today and make an appointment with us to discuss whether Invisalign in Glasgow is the treatment for you. This could be the start of a brighter future and a happier smile.