Want to enjoy the confidence of showing your smile every day?

Invisalign is ever improving. Let’s face it. Metal braces, a traditional method of teeth straightening could hold you back from smiling your heart out. However, modern technology has an alternative solution for your concern, an easier method of teeth straightening. Invisalign treatment has proven to be the best choice as it offers both comfort and convenience. Invisalign not only gives you a healthier and brighter smile but also boosts your self-esteem and helps maintain your oral hygiene. Having your invisible braces on will make sure you have a better social life.

This virtually invisible treatment will provide you a set of aligner trays, each tray custom-designed to walk you towards having an aesthetic and desirable smile. Invisalign is a tool for an orthodontist, much like a paintbrush is a tool for a painter. Book a free consultation with our experienced orthodontists, who will best determine what is right for you because your smile is unique and it needs the right attention.

Address your dental problems using the Invisalign treatment; it corrects the same dental problems as metal braces, but in an advanced and easier way. The following are some of the dental issues which are commonly corrected using Invisalign.

  1. Spacing: Teeth spacing or gaps usually do not have a specific cause. Sometimes it’s genetic or some are just predisposed to having it, other times it could be a caused by habits like finger-sucking or a tongue thrust. It could be of three types: Mild Spacing, Moderate Spacing and Severe Spacing.
  2. Crowding: Teeth crowding or overcrowded teeth occurs when teeth press together but not in an aligned manner which results in either some teeth sitting higher than others or some teeth being pushed behind or ahead of other teeth. It could be of three types: Mild Crowding, Moderate Crowding and Severe Crowding.
  3. Crossbite: Affecting the way your teeth are aligned, it is the top teeth and lower teeth do not come together at the correct position when the mouth is closed or at rest. It is of two types: posterior crossbite and anterior crossbite.
  4. Overbite: Also referred to as “deep teeth” or having “buck teeth” is when the top teeth protrude out farther than the lower teeth.
  5. Underbite: A misalignment of the lower jaw which causes the lower teeth to protrude outward further than the top teeth.




  • removable plastic aligners
  • virtually invisible
  • custom-made for your smile
  • fewer follow-up visits
  • preview your new smile
  • easier teeth cleaning
  • constant improvements
  • simple and safe smile rejuvination
  • cost effective
  • improves daily oral hygiene



Step 1: Book a free consultation with us and our team here will take a quick and accurate 3D scan of your teeth. After the examination, our team and you together can evaluate your needs after which we’ll provide you with your treatment plan.

Step 2: As soon your aligners are ready we will commence the transformation of your smile. For best results, the aligners need to be worn for 22 hours a day for two weeks which can be removed while you are having your meals, brushing or drinking anything other than water. After two weeks, move on to the next set of aligners and remember that you’re not alone in this journey to having your best smile. We walk with you by continuously monitoring and keeping a check on the progress.

Step 3: Bravo! You’ve successfully completed your treatment. However, this smile has to be preserved and for this you’ll need to wear retainers at night. Retainers are important as this will help you maintain the improved, healthier and brighter smile that you finally have. Remember to not miss out on the last step and to help you out you could quickly have a look at our amazing retention plans.



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