A clear Decision!

Our Smile Hub Dental Clinic Invisalign dentists are pleased to provide this orthodontic treatment, which can address a variety of dental and orthodontic issues, including: - Too many teeth together

- wide tooth spacing

- Overbite, Underbite, and Crossbite

What is Invisalign?

Clear plastic aligners called Invisalign are worn over the teeth. The aligners gradually start to move your teeth into the proper position over the course of a few months. You may now straighten your teeth invisibly and with ease while still being pleasant and easy to wear.

How it works

Invisalign uses no wires or brackets, in contrast to conventional orthodontics. Simply put the aligners on and remove them to eat, drink, and brush your teeth. Every two weeks, you will need to get a new pair of aligners. Your teeth will gradually migrate into the final position required by the aligners.

For optimal results, the aligners must be worn for at least 22 hours every day.

You can use Invisalign to achieve the gorgeous smile you've always desired because it is:

Because the aligners are transparent and most people won't be able to tell you are wearing them, the Invisalign system is considered to be "invisible," allowing you to confidently smile both during and after treatment.


The Invisalign system may be taken out for cleaning, eating, and drinking. Throughout your treatment, this might assist you in maintaining excellent dental hygiene.


- The metal wires and bands of traditional braces can irritate your gums and teeth, but the Invisalign system is comfortable to wear and prevents this irritability.

Because Invisalign has its own computer system, you can view your virtual treatment plan, see how your teeth will move over time, and see how they will appear once treatment is complete. This helps you to understand how it is functioning.


- The Invisalign system has been validated through clinical studies and worldwide clinical practise.

Are they actually invisible?

Aligners from Invisalign are essentially undetectable. They are discrete and constructed of transparent, lightweight plastic. You would need to disclose your aligners to someone before they could see them, even up close.

What advantages do they have over conventional braces?

The main benefit of Invisalign aligners over conventional braces is that they won't detract from the appearance of your smile while they're working. They are significantly more pleasant to wear because there aren't any conspicuous metal bands keeping them in place. Invisalign aligners can be taken out when necessary, such as when getting routine dental care, in contrast to traditional permanent braces. While wearing the aligners, it is simple to maintain dental hygiene standards due to the simplicity of removal.

Are they for adults only?

If you want to get aligners, you don't have to be an adult, but you do need to have all of your adult teeth.

Can I drink and eat?


Yes. The ability to take off your Invisalign aligners to eat or drink is one of its main benefits. Unlike traditional braces, they won't interfere with your social or professional life.

Do they hurt?

Similar to braces, Invisalign aligners initially feel slightly uncomfortable. They don't irritate the mouth or create any pain in addition to this, unlike traditional braces.

Do any side effects occur?

When your Invisalign aligners are first fitted, they may have a mild lisp-like effect on your speech. They can be temporarily taken off, unlike traditional braces, if you need to give a crucial business speech, for instance.

What to do next?

Don't worry if you have crooked teeth but don't want to wear traditional braces because you're embarrassed or afraid that people will see your "metal train tracks." Your teeth can now be straightened using a new, simple method. To learn more about Invisalign, call us right away to schedule a free consultation with our patient care coordinator.

Our Services


Dental Implants

An implant is a small screw placed where a tooth is missing to provide long-lasting platform for the replacement of the missing teeth.

Denture Repair


Dentures are prosthetic appliances created to replace missing teeth. Dentures are held in or supported by the surrounding soft and hard tissues in the mouth.

Gum Disease

Gum Disease

Many teeth with gum disease can be treated and maintained for many years with regular supportive care and good plaque control, according to research.



Endodontics, also known as root canal therapy, is the process of saving teeth by removing an infection from within the tooth.



At Smile Hub Dental Clinic, we use the latest digital technology to provide safe, discreet and reliable orthodontic treatments for our patients.

Nervous Patients

Nervous Patients

Fear is the main reason why most adults put off going to the dentist.

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