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Invisalign in Windsor
Invisalign provides comfort, ease and subtly. With Invisalign, you can have a beautiful new smile without the hassle of traditional braces.
Our team are experienced in providing Invisalign and are equipped with the skills and craft to provide you with your new stunningly straight smile.
Invisalign has been designed and built on the back of two decades of research and innovation. It’s a revolutionary product that produces unparalleled results.
Join over 8 million people worldwide who make the most of Invisalign and its breathtaking results. Benefit from bespoke, gentle treatment for the ultimate smile and confidence lift.
Orthodontics has an unfair reputation for being revolved around clunky, old fashioned braces. This is no longer the case.
Invisalign Vs Metal Braces
Invisalign vs Traditional Braces
Invisalign takes all of the method, technique and results of conventional braces and makes them discreet, comfortable and easy to use.
Gone are the days of visible metal wires and brackets. Invisalign is created using clear, flexible plastic that allows you to straighten your smile while no one notices you’re even wearing your aligner. You may have heard Invisalign be referred to as invisible braces for this reason.
But Invisalign doesn’t just look good. Invisalign aligners are completely removable. That means that if you want to eat, drink or brush your teeth, you can simply remove your aligner and pop it back in once you’re done, making day to day life more accessible than ever while having your teeth straightened.
What is Invisalign
Your Invisalign Journey
Thanks to our expert Invisalign providers in Windsor, you can receive the most convenient and comfortable treatment possible.
Your initial consultation will involve us taking high-res images of your smile and turning them into a 3D quality representation of your smile. From there, we can manipulate the pictures to show you precisely what your smile will look like at the end of treatment before we’ve even begun.
We’ll then provide you with your aligners which will gently move your teeth bit by bit until they’re perfectly aligned.
You’ll receive a new aligner every 4-6 weeks. This is because each aligner is moulded to reflect each gradual stage of straightening.
Overall, your treatment should take somewhere between twelve and eighteen months.
The process, on the whole, will take around twelve to eighteen months.
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I had the best experience getting my teeth straightened with Invisalign at this clinic. It was the smoothest experience…Dr Alfonso and the team took excellent care of me and made sure all my questions were answered, always. The whole process was easy from start to finish. I keep getting compliments on my teeth left right and centre, and I feel so much more confident in myself. Couldn’t be happier.
All staff were very friendly and chatty and made me feel very welcome. The orthodontist and their assistant were very good at explaining procedures and options to me and made me feel at ease.
I highly recommend them 😁
We just moved to Windsor and I feel like we hit the jackpot with CastleView. Everyone is very professional yet friendly. I highly recommend.
How long should I wear my Invisalign aligner for?
You can take your aligner out to eat, drink and brush your teeth, but you should try to wear your aligner for 22 hours a day to get the full effect.
How long does treatment take?
The whole process usually takes from 12 to 18 months, but you’ll begin to see results in a matter of weeks.
Will anyone know I’m wearing braces?
Invisalign aligners are virtually invisible, and where discretion is concerned, Invisalign is hard to beat. Most people won’t spot you are wearing aligners.
Is Invisalign painful?
Some patients experience a little discomfort when beginning treatment, but you would find this is normal across all orthodontic treatments. However, it isn’t long-lasting and should subside in a day or two.
What’s the cost of Invisalign clear aligners?
Treatment prices can depend on how many aligners you need and other factors, including the severity of your misalignment.