The length of the treatment depends on how complex your case is. However, the average time it takes for Invisalign to straighten teeth is 12-18 months – a much shorter period of time than when using fixed braces.

While the Invisalign treatment can take a while, you will be able to see the difference after just a few weeks, which provides the motivation needed to continue with your Invisalign

Invisalign cost depends on the complexity of your requirements – the more complex, the more the treatment will cost. However, you should typically budget approximately [ENTER PRICE RANGE] for Invisalign in London with Twoth.

We offer payment plans for those looking to spread the cost of their Invisalign treatment over a set time. A team member can talk you through the price for your treatment and payment options when you visit for your first consultation. Please note that getting free Invisalign via the NHS is not possible.

Invisalign works in a simple yet highly effective way. Clear aligners gently apply pressure to specific teeth, moving them slowly into new positions. A new aligner is used each week, ensuring they fit and work perfectly with your mouth.

Once the Invisalign treatment has been finished, you must wear a retainer. This prevents your newly aligned teeth from reverting to their previous positions. Like the aligners, your retainer will also be almost invisible.

There are rarely any side effects from using Invisalign, but some people experience slight discomfort, especially when using their aligners for the first time. Some also experience a dry mouth, plus weight loss is possible, as many people eat less when wearing their aligners.

If you have any concerns about side effects from your Invisalign aligners, you should speak to your Twoth dentist as soon as possible. They will then be able to advise on how to progress with the treatment.

For most people, Invisalign is exceptionally comfortable, although it might take a few days to become used to the aligners in your mouth. You’ll also experience no discomfort when your dentist fits the aligners.

While comfortable, you will initially feel small amounts of pressure against your teeth, disappearing as you become accustomed to the sensation. If you experience prolonged discomfort or pain, contact us as soon as possible.

Both Invisalign and fixed braces are exceptionally effective. However, Invisalign is best used for less severe issues, most notably crowding, while fixed braces are best used to remedy more complex cases.

However, in terms of aesthetics, most people agree that Invisalign is superior, as the aligners are almost invisible. Cost-wise, both treatments are generally about the same, although you will need to discuss this with a team member at Twoth.

Yes, all Invisalign users will need a retainer afterwards, designed and manufactured to fit your mouth perfectly. They are also exceptionally discreet, just like your Invisalign aligners, plus they feel comfortable to wear.

Retainers need to be worn to give your body enough time to build new bone structure to stabilise your teeth in their new positions. This usually takes 9-12 months. Your dentist will tell you when you can stop wearing a retainer.

Brushing your teeth is exceptionally simple with Invisalign, as you just remove your aligners and brush as usual. If you have had any elastics, buttons, or bite ramps fitted, just brush around them. If you’re unsure, your dentist or hygienist can talk you through your brushing and flossing routine.

It is also important to claim your aligners regularly, as well as your teeth. You can clean your aligner using your toothbrush and toothpaste. Do not use hot water, as this could alter the aligner’s shape, making it less effective.