The Invisalign Guide
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Welcome To The Invisalign Guide

Welcome To The Invisalign Guide
Invisalign is a dental treatment which has brought a smile to the faces of many thousands of patients over the past few years, and as a result of the increased interest there has been much debate both offline and online about Invisalign. UK dentists and orthodontists are now able to offer an Invisalign treatment for most people who are looking to neaten and tidy up their teeth.

But there has also been a great deal of confusion about what Invisalign is, how it can be used in place of traditional metal braces for ways of aligning teeth correctly, and who it is best suited for. With all of the debates which have taken place in forums and on various websites it can sometimes be difficult to know exactly what is true, and what is not, what advice can be trusted, and what information may not.

About The Invisalign Guide
The Invisalign Guide was set up to provide a central resource for anyone interested in finding out more about Invisalign invisible brace treatments, or those who are looking to locate an Invisalign dentists in their area who can either carry out the treatment for them, or who can answer more specific questions. Throughout this guide we hope that we can cut through the confusing statements and provide accurate information about Invisalign in a way which is more accessible and more straightforward.

The team behind the Invisalign Guide is made up of some of the country’s leading Invisalign dentists and orthodontic specialists, providing not only a wealth of accurate and trustworthy information and advice, but also the facility to be able to answer many of the questions which you may have. You can find a selection of the most popular and latest questions posted on this website, complete with answers from our team of experts.

Our team of Invisalign experts often work alongside other Invisalign dentists in a coaching and mentoring role, and are therefore always the first to know of any changes or updates in the Invisalign system. This means that the information published on this website is always the most up-to-date information available, and the most relevant source of answers and advice about Invisalign. UK patients considering finding an Invisalign dentist will find most of their questions answered easily and accurately throughout this guide.

Getting The Information You Need About Invisalign
Whether you have come across Invisalign for the first time, or have been considering the idea of Invisalign for a little while, but hadn’t been sure whether to go directly to your dentist or to find out answers to your initial questions elsewhere, you can be reassured that throughout this website you can find information and advice that you can trust, or confirmation of any points which may already have been made by your existing dentist or orthodontist.

One of the questions we’re often asked is whether we are affiliated to Invisalign, or part of Align Technology. In fact we are not affiliated to either Invisalign or Align Technology in any way, meaning that our experts are able to provide advice, information and recommendations which are not only fully up-to-date and accurate, but just as importantly they are entirely impartial and objective, giving you the best chance of being able to make up your own mind with confidence.

It is the aim of this Invisalign Guide to provide you with the most up-to-date information regarding advances in Invisalign dentistry. Please feel free to browse the content of this guide, including our FAQs and our range of Invisalign articles. We are constantly adding to this site, so do check back in order to make sure that you are able to benefit from the very latest news, developments and advice.

If you are looking for an Invisalign dentist in London, or anywhere else in the UK, then in order to help you find one we have created a list of the top Invisalign dentists in your local area. Just use the search function at the top of each page.