Clear Braces

Evesham Place Dental - Stratford Upon Avon, orthodontics / clear braces by Invisalign.


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Orthodontics is a specific area of dentistry focused with the diagnosis, prevention and treatment of poorly positioned teeth and jaws, resulting in misaligned bits. We can help you achieve the smile you are looking for with clear braces from Invisalign.

Invisalign straightens your teeth by progressing though a series of clear braces, known as ‘aligners’ which you wear for 22 hours per day.

The main advantages of Invisalign over traditional metal ‘train track’ brackets and wires are:

  • Invisalign braces are practically invisible so hardly anyone will notice you’re undergoing orthodontic treatment.
  • The braces can be removed for special occasions and to allow you to smile, eat and clean your teeth as normal.
  • Advanced Invisalign technology means that treatment time is often shorter. You can get a straighter smile in as little as three months with weekly aligners.
  • By changing your Invisalign aligner every week rather than every two weeks, your teeth can be straight up to 50% faster than before with no affect to your health.

Benefits of orthodontic Invisalign solutions at Evesham Place Dental

  • Free consultation
  • Digital scan with iTero to see what your teeth will look like after treatment
  • No messy impressions required!
  • Interest-free credit available
  • Tooth whitening included in the cost of your treatment
  • Evening appointments available
  • We are a long-established dental practice in the heart of Stratford Upon Avon with friendly reception staff and team
  • You’ll enjoy coming to see us!
  • Excellent reviews

Smile by design with clear braces by Invisalign

Invisalign before and after

Your Patient & Smile Treatment Journey

Frequently Asked Questions

It is normal to expect a bit of discomfort when commencing treatment and upon changing on to a new aligner for a day or so. This gets less noticeable as you progress through your aligners.