Invisalign Teeth Straightening

Invisalign® Clear Aligners are a set of custom-made clear plastic aligners that are worn on the teeth to gradually shift them into the desired position. These aligners are comfortable, convenient, and virtually invisible, allowing you to discreetly straighten your teeth without attracting attention.

What is the Invisalign Clear Aligner system?

Invisalign® offers a wire-free and bracket-free alternative to traditional orthodontic treatment. The process is simple: slide the aligners onto your teeth and remove them when eating, drinking, or brushing.

Each week, you'll switch to a new set of aligners that gradually guide your teeth to their desired position.

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Meet the Invisalign Team

Satvinder Sangar

BDS University of Birmingham 2020


Sat qualified from the University of Birmingham in 2020. Sat enjoys working as a general dentist where he provides care in all aspects of dentistry, including aesthetic and cosmetic treatments on both front and back teeth.

Sat completed his Invisalign training in March 2020 which provides patients the option to improve both the function and aesthetics of their teeth and smile. Invisalign is a clear and removable alternative to fixed braces in most cases; and works to straighten misaligned teeth with the aid of advanced digital software- which can show you the steps of your journey before even starting.

Sat enjoys taking his time to educate his patients on how to improve and maintain their oral health so that each individual has their own tailored experience; helping them to feel comfortable and at ease.

Outside of work Sat enjoys walking his dog, spending time with his family and keeping active through a variety of exercise.

GDC Number: 290057

Rikita Bansal

BDS University of Manchester 2020


Rikita qualified from Manchester University in 2020 and joined out team in February 2022. Rikita is a warm and welcoming dentist who loves to make every patient feel comfortable.

Her aim is to change people's perspective of dentistry as one which is very pleasant and enjoyable and will go above and beyond to do this, tailoring her approach to each individuals needs.

In her spare time Rikita loves to spend time with friends and family and loves to travel. She looks forward to meeting you all!

GDC Number: 290574

Made to move all sorts of smiles

Open bite

Open bite is a dental condition where the upper and lower front teeth do not properly overlap when the mouth is closed, causing a visible gap and potential functional issues.


Deep bite, also known as overbite, is a dental condition where the upper front teeth excessively overlap the lower front teeth when the mouth is closed, which can lead to aesthetic and functional concerns.

Gapped teeth

Gapped teeth, also referred to as diastema, is a dental condition characterised by noticeable spaces or gaps between two or more teeth, which can impact both the appearance and function of the smile.

Overly crowded

Overly crowded teeth is a dental condition where there is insufficient space in the mouth for all the teeth, resulting in teeth that are tightly packed together, which can cause aesthetic and oral health issues.


Underbite is a dental condition in which the lower front teeth protrude further than the upper front teeth when the mouth is closed, leading to an imbalance in the bite and potential functional difficulties.


Crossbite is a dental condition characterised by misalignment of the upper and lower teeth, where one or more upper teeth sit inside the lower teeth when biting down, potentially causing bite discrepancies and oral health concerns.



Invisalign® smile assessment

Take the first step towards achieving a straighter, more radiant smile by scheduling your Invisalign® Smile Assessment now.

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Invisalign® visualisation and treatment plan

Take advantage of our exclusive offer and enjoy a Invisalign® Smile Visualisation and Treatment Plan. During your appointment, our state-of-the-art iTero 3D imaging scanner will be used to create a painless and non-invasive scan of your teeth.

Within minutes, you'll receive a complimentary Smile Visualisation that showcases the potential outcome of your treatment. You'll also receive access to these scans to assist you in making an informed decision.

Our knowledgeable team will guide you through the specifics of Invisalign® treatment, including estimated timelines and costs. Don't miss this opportunity to envision your new smile! Schedule your appointment today.



Treatment starts

On the day you begin your treatment, your Orthodontist will conduct a comprehensive clinical examination to reassess your suitability for treatment.

If needed, they may recommend any necessary pre-treatment procedures, such as a thorough mouth cleaning by the Hygienist. Additionally, photographs of your teeth and smile will be taken.

These, along with your detailed 3D scan, will assist our Invisalign® technicians in creating your personalised aligners. Your dentist will then submit your information, and your custom Invisalign® clear aligners will be scheduled for production. Once manufactured, they will be delivered to the dental practice, and an appointment will be arranged for you to collect them and commence your treatment.



Invisalign® collection and fitting

After your Invisalign® clear aligners have arrived at the dental practice, we will contact you to schedule an appointment for fitting. During this appointment, we will provide detailed instructions on how to proceed with your teeth straightening journey.

You will receive a series of Invisalign® aligners to wear according to the provided instructions. While you can manage the aligners at home, we will schedule regular appointments throughout your treatment to ensure that everything is progressing as intended.

Invisalign FAQs

What is the Invisalign system?

Invisalign® Treatment involves wearing a series of clear, removable aligners that gradually straighten your teeth. Unlike traditional braces, there are no brackets or wires, and you don't have to deal with the restrictions they impose. The aligners are made of a flexible plastic material called SmartTrack™, specially developed for Invisalign® Treatment.

Your Invisalign® dentist will create a customised digital treatment plan that outlines the precise movements of your teeth. The clear aligners are then designed to apply the appropriate amount of force in the right locations at the right times according to your plan. Throughout the process, your Invisalign® dentist will closely monitor your progress and ensure that the aligners fit properly.

What are the benefits of Invisalign treatment?

With Invisalign clear aligners, you have the flexibility to remove them, allowing you to enjoy your favourite foods and drinks during your treatment. You can also easily take them out for regular brushing and flossing, maintaining excellent oral hygiene and ensuring fresh breath. Unlike traditional braces with metal brackets and wires, Invisalign provides a more streamlined experience, typically requiring fewer dental visits for adjustments.

By utilising advanced 3D computer imaging technology, you can visualise your expected results through our optional FREE Smile Visualisation. Additionally, you will receive a comprehensive treatment plan that offers a detailed preview of how your teeth are expected to look once your treatment is successfully completed.

Is this a different way to straighten teeth?

For years, dentists and orthodontists have been utilizing removable appliances with success. However, with the integration of Align Technology's 3D computer technology and customized aligners, Invisalign clear aligners have become an effective solution for a wide range of patients seeking straighter teeth. The innovative ClinCheck® software enables patients to visualize their entire treatment plan, from start to finish, even prior to commencing the treatment.

What is the minimum age that patients can be treated with Invisalign?

Experienced Invisalign dentists and orthodontists can effectively utilise Invisalign clear aligners to address malocclusion in a significant number of adults and adolescents seeking an improved smile. If you have a teenager, consult with your Invisalign Provider to determine if Invisalign Teen is a suitable treatment option for your child.

How often should I see my dentist once I have started treatment?

The frequency of Invisalign appointments is usually comparable to traditional braces, but they can be more efficient with shorter chair time since there are no adjustments required for wires or brackets. Generally, patients visit their Invisalign dentist every 4 to 6 weeks to monitor the progress of the treatment and receive the next set of aligners. The specific appointment intervals will be determined by your Invisalign dentist or orthodontist based on your individual treatment needs.

How long does Invisalign treatment take to complete?

The length of Invisalign treatment varies depending on the complexity of the case and is usually similar to traditional braces. On average, treatment can range from 3 to 18 months. Your Invisalign dentist or orthodontist will be able to give you more specific details about the duration of your treatment during your consultation.

Invisalign or Fixed appliances? Which one is best for my teeth?

Invisalign treatment with mandibular advancement is designed for preteens and teenagers who have retrognathic Class II malocclusions in their permanent dentition or stable late mixed dentition. These cases incorporate precision wings as a unique feature integrated into the Invisalign aligners.

Can my children have Invisalign treatment?

Yes, Invisalign treatment is also available for teenagers. Invisalign Teen is specifically designed to meet the unique orthodontic needs of teenagers who want to straighten their teeth. It offers features like compliance indicators and eruption tabs to accommodate the growing teeth of teenagers. However, the suitability of Invisalign for your child can be determined by consulting with an Invisalign Provider or orthodontist who can assess their specific dental condition and recommend the most appropriate treatment option.

Is the treatment painful?

Temporary, mild discomfort may be experienced by some individuals for a few days when starting a new stage of Invisalign treatment and inserting a new aligner. This is a normal occurrence and is often described as a sense of pressure. It indicates that the aligners are effectively moving the teeth gradually towards the desired outcome. This discomfort typically subsides within a couple of days.

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