Invisalign

Invisalign is loved by patients and orthodontists alike. More than 8 million of them to be precise.

Instead of using brackets and wires to move teeth, Invisalign straightens smiles using clear, custom-made aligners.

It’s incredibly discreet, and you can even take your aligners out to eat and drink brace-free.

Invisible aligners from €150 per month

Why choose Invisalign?

  • It’s the world’s most advanced aligner system
  • There are no metal brackets or wires
  • These clear aligners are almost invisible
  • Invisalign can tackle simple and complex cases
  • Your teeth can be transformed in months
  • You can preview your smile at your free consultation

Who is Invisalign for?

Everyone! Invisalign aligners are an easy way to straighten a wide range of concerns, including crowded teeth, teeth with spaces and teeth that don’t bite together correctly.

Whether you have minor crowding or spacing, or your case is more complex, there’s an Invisalign brace to suit you.

There’s even an Invisalign for younger patients. It features precision wings, which can improve the position of the lower jaw, without the need for fixed braces.

Watch how Invisalign works

Your Invisalign journey

Your first appointment

Invisalign treatment starts with a complimentary consultation and a digital scan of your teeth and jaws. In minutes we’ll have a 3D image of your teeth and bite that we can view from every angle.

Now for the best part, we’ll transform your digital teeth into a preview of your new smile. It’s a great way to visualise your goal and help you decide if treatment is right for you.

During your consultation, you’ll have the chance to ask us all your questions, and we’ll show you some examples of similar cases we’ve treated.

What to expect at your first appointment

Getting started

When you start your treatment, we’ll take further scans of your teeth, which we’ll use to create your 3D treatment plan. When you and Jackie are happy with your projected result, Invisalign will manufacture your custom-made aligners.

When your aligners arrive, we’ll check the fit and show you how to take them in and out and keep them clean. You’ll be given a series of aligners to move your teeth; you’ll need to change to a new set every week or two.

Each aligner will gently apply pressure to specific teeth, moving your smile closer to the finish line. You’ll need to wear your aligners for at least 20 hours every day. Just take them out to eat, drink, brush and floss.

IPR and attachments

We’ll see you every 6–8 weeks to give you more aligners and check your progress. At some appointments, we may need to make small adjustments to your teeth to achieve the best possible outcome.

Interproximal reduction is sometimes carried out to create extra space. It involves carefully removing tiny amounts of enamel from between your teeth. It’s quick, painless and won’t affect the long-term health of your teeth.

To help Invisalign braces achieve more challenging movements, we may need to place small tooth-coloured attachments on your teeth. These provide your aligners with extra grip. They’re very inconspicuous and easy to remove.

When your treatment is complete (congratulations!) we’ll give you all the support you need to keep your smile looking incredible. This includes retainers to stop your teeth from moving and five years of follow-up appointments.

Frequently asked questions

How long will my treatment take?
The average treatment time is 12–18 months. If your case is straightforward, it could be much quicker. We’ll give you a precise timeframe at your consultation.
How much does Invisalign cost?
Treatment starts from €3,000, your Invisalign price includes all your aligners, appointments, retainers and aftercare. You’ll receive a detailed quote at your consultation. There are no hidden costs or surprises.
Do you offer interest-free finance?
Yes, there are several ways you can pay for your treatment, including monthly repayments and interest-free finance. We’ll go through all your options at your consultation.
Is Invisalign uncomfortable?
It will take a few days for you to get used to wearing aligners. They may rub at first, and your teeth are likely to ache as they start to move. Your treatment shouldn’t be painful, though, and you’ll quickly adapt.
Will my aligners give me a lisp?
Some patients develop a slight lisp for a few days. This should quickly resolve itself.
Am I likely to need attachments?
Most patients need attachments for the best outcome. They’re very discreet, and they can also help to speed up your treatment.
How easy will it be to clean my teeth?
Very easy, you can take your aligners out to brush and floss your teeth as usual.
Will I need to see my dentist for check-ups?
Yes, you should have regular check-ups throughout your orthodontic treatment to keep your teeth and gums healthy.

Your smile starts here

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Happy clients

After finishing my treatment, I really couldn't be happier with my teeth, the standard of treatment I got was first class and she always was so helpful and friendly.

C. Fitzgerald, Tipperary