A comfortable and virtually invisible brace that fits over your teeth. It straightens your teeth without disrupting your social life, speech or oral hygiene ... No pain.


Do you feel you are far from reaching that confident, natural and perfect smile because your teeth aren’t straight, over crowded, widely spaced or uncomfortably bite together? Invisalign can enhance your smile. By gradually moving the misaligned teeth to its ideal position, this state-of-the-art product can improve the look, feel, and function of your smile. Using clear, invisible plastic, this teeth-straightening treatment is the most sought after solution for many. Here at Cheam Dental, we’re passionate about our orthodontic treatment When it comes to enhancing the appearance of your teeth, look to Cheam Dental to help you straighten and beautify your smile.

What is Invisalign®?

Invisalign treatment is a virtually invisible way to straighten your teeth. Using advanced 3D computer-imaging technology, Invisalign shows you your complete treatment plan based on your Invisalign Provider’s prescription, from the initial position of your teeth towards the final desired position. Then a series of clear aligners are custom-made for your teeth to move them little by little. Each aligner is worn for about two weeks before being replaced by the next in the series, gradually moving towards the projected final position.

Deciding whether to commit to undertaking orthodontic work is a big step. Invisalign, the clear aligner trusted by over 5 million patients worldwide.

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iTero

Invisalign Certified Connectivity Cheam Dental Practice are extremely delighted to use the revolutionary state-of-the-art iTero Intra Oral Digital Scanner which has steered a upheaval in 3D digital dentistry. Traditional dental impressions are replaced with highly accurate digital images.

The scanner is placed gently against your teeth and we take a series of pictures, usually one tooth at a time, from different angles to create a series of 360-degree images, they are all then laced together to create the 3D image which can be viewed by you as it is being created.

What we can treat with Invisalign?

Overcrowded Teeth

Inconsistency between your teeth size and jaw size can be the primary cause of teeth overcrowding. The challenge of removing plaque with overcrowded teeth leads to excess plaque accumulation. Not only does overcrowded teeth lower your self esteem, but can also cause decaying of teeth and the likely possibility of gum disease,

Gapped Teeth

Undersized or missing teeth create gaps and spacing problems between teeth. The risk of such spacing means your teeth gums aren’t adequately protected, which can result in periodontal pockets. These pockets appear as a result of gum disease which leads to deeper spaces being created around your teeth.

Open bite

Strain on teeth alignment (especially in younger patients) such as thumb sucking or tongue thrusting can lead to Open bite. Not only can an untreated open bite affect you aesthetically, it can hinder speech, lead to poor or even painful chewing. Research suggests that serious conditions from open bite can also include temporomandibular joint disorder (TMJD).

Crossbite

Crossbite happens when the upper teeth are on the inside of the lower teeth. This can cause the normal occlusion of teeth to adversely wear, asymmetrical growth of teeth of the lower jaw and can in some cases risk bone loss and gum disease.

Overcrowded Teeth

Inconsistency between your teeth size and jaw size can be the primary cause of teeth overcrowding. The challenge of removing plaque with overcrowded teeth leads to excess plaque accumulation. Not only does overcrowded teeth lower your self esteem, but can also cause decaying of teeth and the likely possibility of gum disease,

Gapped Teeth

Undersized or missing teeth create gaps and spacing problems between teeth. The risk of such spacing means your teeth gums aren’t adequately protected, which can result in periodontal pockets. These pockets appear as a result of gum disease which leads to deeper spaces being created around your teeth.

Open bite

Strain on teeth alignment (especially in younger patients) such as thumb sucking or tongue thrusting can lead to Open bite. Not only can an untreated open bite affect you aesthetically, it can hinder speech, lead to poor or even painful chewing. Research suggests that serious conditions from open bite can also include temporomandibular joint disorder (TMJD).

Crossbite

Crossbite happens when the upper teeth are on the inside of the lower teeth. This can cause the normal occlusion of teeth to adversely wear, asymmetrical growth of teeth of the lower jaw and can in some cases risk bone loss and gum disease.

How Does Invisalign® Work

Step – 1 Consultation

During the consultation , photographs and 3-D scans (no need for messy impressions) are taken of your teeth .This information is sent electronically to Invisalign and a provisional plan is made

Each aligner is worn day and night for between one and two weeks, removing it only to eat, drink, brush and floss. The dentist will usually give a few aligners at a time, so that you only have to visit us once a month.During these visits, we will check your progress, and make sure the aligners are comfortable. Treatment time averages 9 to 15 months, but will vary between individuals.

Step – 2 Making your
aligners

Step – 3 Wearing your
aligners

Each aligner is worn day and night for between one and two weeks, removing it only to eat, drink, brush and floss. The dentist will usually give a few aligners at a time, so that you only have to visit us once a month.During these visits, we will check your progress, and make sure the aligners are comfortable. Treatment time averages 9 to 15 months, but will vary between individuals.

After wearing the last aligner you will have finished treatment, and created the smile you dreamed of. To keep your smile as it is, Cheam Dental provide retainers as part of the treatment. Retainers must be worn as instructed.

Step – 4 Smile, you’ve
finished!

Step – 1 Consultation

During the consultation , photographs and 3-D scans (no need for messy impressions) are taken of your teeth .This information is sent electronically to Invisalign and a provisional plan is made

Each aligner is worn day and night for between one and two weeks, removing it only to eat, drink, brush and floss. The dentist will usually give a few aligners at a time, so that you only have to visit us once a month.During these visits, we will check your progress, and make sure the aligners are comfortable. Treatment time averages 9 to 15 months, but will vary between individuals.

Step – 2 Making your
aligners

Step – 3 Wearing your
aligners

Each aligner is worn day and night for between one and two weeks, removing it only to eat, drink, brush and floss. The dentist will usually give a few aligners at a time, so that you only have to visit us once a month.During these visits, we will check your progress, and make sure the aligners are comfortable. Treatment time averages 9 to 15 months, but will vary between individuals.

After wearing the last aligner you will have finished treatment, and created the smile you dreamed of. To keep your smile as it is, Cheam Dental provide retainers as part of the treatment. Retainers must be worn as instructed.

Step – 4 Smile, you’ve
finished!

Invisalign vs Conventional braces

Invisalign

  • Discreet pain free teeth straightening solution
  • Minimal inconvenience to your lifestyle
  • Works as a series of clear aligners which can be removed (at least a minimum of 18 hours wear is required for effectiveness)
  • Tailor-made for your dental health needs
  • Enhances your self-esteem, preventing self- consciousness
  • Effective cleanliness of your teeth and gums due to ease of use
  • No eating restrictions
  • Live progression of your teeth can be checked through ClinCheck technology

Traditional Braces

  • Painful process when getting braces
  • Not easily removable, only by trained professionals
  • Causes hindrance to your everyday lifestyle
  • Movement of teeth and the actual brace can develop ulcers in the mouth
  • Unpleasant to look at as majority of the brace is uncovered metal
  • Regular dental check ups needed
  • No option to monitor progress of treatment
  • Limited food options and restrictions as to consumption
  • Wires in braces can break
  • More effort required to brush teeth, keep braces intact and prevent damage to wires

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