Are you putting off having braces for aesthetic reasons? Worried about post treatment staining?
Invisalign might be the orthodontic solution best suited to you. Gentle Dental Care is one of Sydney’s leading providers of the Invisalign system and has been awarded Elite Platinum Invisalign providers status, an award which recognises and distinguishes our experience.
How Does Invisalign Work?
The Invisalign system works as an alternative to conventional wired braces in that it uses a series of aligners that are changed up fortnightly. With each aligner individually manufactured with exact calculations that will work to shift teeth into their rightful place, the Invisalign system is a popular adult orthodontic solution.
Invisalign aligners are shaped like mouth guards but are much thinner and less noticeable. Unlike traditional braces, they can simply be removed when eating or cleaning your teeth, allowing you to continue eating the foods you love without risk of breaking your braces or foods getting stuck.
We Offer a Range of Orthodontic Services
Our ability to offer comprehensive and end to end dental solutions stems from our investment in expertise and state-of-the-art equipment at each of our dental centres located across Sydney. With locations in Liverpool, Campbelltown, Tahmoor, Wetherill Park and Double Bay, there is sure to be a centre near you. Learn more about our orthodontic services.
Book a Free Consultation*
At Gentle Dental Care we understand that certain orthodontic procedures can represent a large time and financial investment. Book a no-obligation, free consultation at one of our dental centres to gain a better understanding of the treatment plan and costs associated with undertaking Invisalign so that you can make educated decisions about your dental health.
Worried about costs? We offer comprehensive and accessible in-house financing and payment plans.
*Terms and Conditions of Free Consultation: Where a free consultation is offered there will be no fee charged to the patient. Radiographs (x-rays) are often required to provide the patient with an appropriate treatment plan. The patient will be quoted for a radiograph if one is required, however they are under no obligation in the free consult appointment to have one taken.