Invisalign GO

What is invisalign?

The Invisalign system uses a series of clear aligners that gently and gradually shift your teeth into position. The clear aligners are basically thin, clear, plastic mouthguards that are worn for 23-24 hours a day. You only take them out to eat and clean your teeth. The aligners are custom made just for you using 3D digital scanning technology available at Smile Scan.

Price

Invisalign is now more affordable than ever. Starting at $3500 for Invisialign GO, you can cosmetically straighten your upper and lower front teeth. Invisialign GO is ideal for people with mild –moderate spacing or crowding. It is suitable for adults of any age. 

FAQ

I have had braces as a teenager and my teeth are crowded again. Can Invisalign help?

Yes. Even if you have had braces in the past you can still use Invisalign. In fact these are the cases where your teeth have started to crowd again often show the best results.

Want to find an Invisalign Dentist? Simply use iNEEDaDentist.com, fill in your suburb, select invisalign under treatment and then hit search. INEEDaDentist.com will find the closest Invisalign dentist for you.

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