Invisalign in
Brighton & Hove

Invisalign is a fantastic way to straighten teeth without traditional braces. Instead, it uses a series of clear, removable aligners to gradually align your teeth with no metal brackets or wires.

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Discreet and convenient

The aligners are incredibly discreet, not to mention convenient. Friends and family may not even realise that you’re wearing braces.

You can take them out to brush and floss, and you can also remove them to eat and drink as usual.

Inconspicuous clear aligners

Eat and drink as normal

Brush and floss with ease

Prices start from £2,200

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I’ve been really impressed with how professional, efficient and caring the team at Splash have been. Just brilliant, thank you.

Chloe

How does Invisalign work?

Invisalign straightens teeth using a series of aligners, which are custom-made to move your teeth little by little. You’ll need to wear each set of aligners for at least 20 hours a day for 1–2 weeks.

You’ll see your smile getting straighter with every aligner change. Clear aligners usually work just as quickly as fixed braces, sometimes faster. If you have mild crowding or spacing, your treatment could take as little as three months.

Iain Hoeltschi

I aim is to build trusting relationships with our patients and referring practitioners by really listening to what they want. I then strive to use my considerable specialist experience to deliver life-changing results in great comfort and with excellent service.

As a specialist orthodontic practice, our team has the experience to take on a wide range of cases using removable aligners. We can change the position of your teeth, and even the way they bite together, which can be crucial for a great outcome.

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How Invisalign can help

Invisalign can help all these common complaints and more:

Crooked and crowded teeth

Teeth that don’t bite together

Spaces and gaps

Teeth that overlap

Rotated teeth

Misaligned jaws

Invisalign before and after

Invisalign is the result of decades of innovation, and it’s responsible for more than 12 million smiles.

Unlike mail-order aligners, Invisalign can treat complex cases thanks to unique features like attachments. Attachments are tiny dots of tooth-coloured filling material that we place on specific teeth. Your aligners use these buttons as anchors to help them achieve trickier movements and precise results.


Your Invisalign experience

To create your aligners, we’ll need to take impressions of your teeth and jaws. We do this using our digital iTero scanner. It takes just a few minutes and instantly provides us with 3D images of your teeth.

Before we manufacture your aligners, we’ll use your scans to carefully plan every step of your journey. We can show you where we’ll need to fit attachments, how your teeth will move, and, excitingly, your projected outcome.

When your aligners arrive, we’ll show you how to take them in and out and keep them clean. They may feel a bit strange to begin with, but you’ll quickly get used to wearing them.

Throughout your treatment, we’ll keep in touch with regular check-ups and adjustments. Towards the end of your treatment, we may need to order some extra aligners to perfect the position of your teeth.

When you’re happy with your new smile, we’ll fit fixed and removable retainers to keep your teeth straight. You’ll also receive two years of our specialist aftercare.

To find out more about Invisalign, contact us to arrange your complimentary consultation with a specialist orthodontist.

Straighten your smile

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To arrange your complimentary consultation, call us on 01273 088230 or enter your details below, and Lisa, our friendly treatment coordinator, will be in touch.

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    Invisalign Q&As

    Who can provide Invisalign treatment?

    Both orthodontists and dentists can provide Invisalign treatment. However, orthodontists specialise in teeth straightening, and we’re registered as specialists with the General Dental Council.

    What does the treatment include?

    Your scans, aligners, appointments, attachments, retainers, home teeth whitening and one year of aftercare.

    Is Invisalign uncomfortable?

    You may experience some mild discomfort when you first start wearing a new set of aligners. This pressure is normal, and it’s a sign that your teeth are moving. It will usually disappear after a day or two.

    How often should I wear my aligners?

    You’ll need to wear them for at least 20 hours a day. Only take them out to eat, drink, clean your teeth and for contact sports.

    How much does Invisalign cost?

    Prices start from £2,200 for Invisalign Express, £3,250 for Invisalign Lite and £4,800 for Invisalign Comprehensive and Invisalign Teen. We offer monthly repayments and interest-free finance.

    Do I need to wear retainers after Invisalign?

    Yes, you’ll need to wear retainers indefinitely to prevent your teeth from moving back. They’re very unobtrusive and easy to manage.

    Can aligners cause a lisp?

    Some patients find that their speech is affected for the first few days. You may experience a slight lisp, but if you keep talking it should quickly improve.

    Both orthodontists and dentists can provide Invisalign treatment. However, orthodontists specialise in teeth straightening, and we’re registered as specialists with the General Dental Council.

    Your scans, aligners, appointments, attachments, retainers, home teeth whitening and one year of aftercare.

    You may experience some mild discomfort when you first start wearing a new set of aligners. This pressure is normal, and it’s a sign that your teeth are moving. It will usually disappear after a day or two.

    You’ll need to wear them for at least 20 hours a day. Only take them out to eat, drink, clean your teeth and for contact sports.

    Prices start from £2,200 for Invisalign Express, £3,250 for Invisalign Lite and £4,800 for Invisalign Comprehensive and Invisalign Teen. We offer monthly repayments and interest-free finance.

    Yes, you’ll need to wear retainers indefinitely to prevent your teeth from moving back. They’re very unobtrusive and easy to manage.

    Some patients find that their speech is affected for the first few days. You may experience a slight lisp, but if you keep talking it should quickly improve.