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Invisible Braces in Golders Green

with Invisalign aligners

A course of treatment will last 6-24 months

Regular visits required

Payment options and interest free credit available

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Invisalign braces to suit your needs and lifestyle

Clear aligners are ideal for adults who want to keep their brace a secret

 Finance Available

0% interest free

We are pleased to offer 0% interest free finance on our Invisalign braces to help spread the cost of treatment over £300 with monthly payments over 10 months.

Download a voucher now for a free invisible braces consultation.

  • A minimum of 20 mins appointment

  • A clinical assessment for suitability

  • Detailed treatment plan including prices

  • Your choices and options for treatment

"I had my first appointment with Dr Naidoo today and he was really welcoming! The receptionist was really friendly as well! Really happy with the service provided. Highly recommend this surgery!"

Elena Anastasopulou

What is Invisalign?

Invisalign is a discreet, near invisible teeth straightening system. It’s a comfortable and removable alternative to metal braces which often put many off having orthodontic treatment. Known as invisible orthodontics, Invisalign is incredibly popular with many of our patients benefiting from the clear aligners. 

Invisalign uses a similar method of straightening as braces; however, instead of just one set of braces being attached to each individual tooth, Invisalign uses a series of aligners. Each aligner is worn for around two weeks each, gradually encouraging the teeth to move into a new position. You then move onto the next set of aligners which gently guide your teeth a little further. These gentle, gradual forces move your teeth - crown and root - improving their position in your mouth, your bite, and the general aesthetics of your smile as a straight smile is a beautiful smile. 

Invisalign clear aligner

"II have always been a very nervous patient but Dr.Saroshen and the team were incredible. The whole process was stress free from start to finish and I love the results from my teeth whitening treatment. Thank you to the whole team!"

Richard Cohen

Free braces information pack

Download our free information pack.

A 40 page report full of the most useful information, ideal if you’re thinking about having braces

  • The costs and lowest price alternatives

  • Your options and choices for treatment

  • Are you suitable for treatment?

  • How does Invisalign compare to the other brace systems?

  • How long does treatment take?


Plus lots more…


What is the Invisalign process?


Free consultation

Every smile is unique. That’s why we offer free consultations so we can take a look at your smile and discuss your concerns about your teeth. We can then provide you with a much more accurate estimate for treatment length and give you a full quotation on the cost of your Invisalign treatment. A typical treatment plan will be anywhere from 6 months to 2 years.


Capturing 3D scans 

We use our state-of-the-art Intraoral camera to capture 3D scans of your teeth. These digital impressions are then sent to Invisalign.


Virtual Treatment Plan

You visit the practice again for a 3-D visualisation of how your teeth will look after treatment. This visualisation is animated and you can actually see your teeth moving from their current location to their final straighter position. Once you're happy with your treatment plan, Invisalign can begin constructing your clear aligners. They will calculate how many clear Invisalign aligners you need and send them to us once they are ready. 


Your aligners

Once we have your aligners, we’ll be in touch. We will check your first aligners with you, making sure that they are comfortable. We’ll talk you through each step of the treatment and arrange for a follow up appointment. During the months where your smile will be straightening, we’ll want to see you regularly to check on your progress. 



Once you’re free to go with your Invisalign aligners, most of the work is down to you. Your aligners need to be worn at least 20 hours a day for them to work. You’re free to take them out to eat or for any events where you’d rather be without them. Cleaning them is really straight-forward and you’ll need to clean your teeth after you eat before you put your aligners back on. This will make sure your teeth and gums stay as healthy as possible while the treatment proceeds. A healthy smile will have much more success with the treatment and you’ll not experience any complications from build-ups of bacteria. 


Retaining your straight smile

Once you’re on your final aligner, we’ll need to see you to make your retainer. All orthodontic treatment needs a retainer to make sure your beautiful straight smile stays that way. We can retain your smile in two ways - either with a fixed wire at the back of your front teeth or with a removable clear retainer. We take scans of your straight smile and use these to make your removable retainer. 


You’ll have to wear your retainer at night to stop your teeth from shifting out of position. It will take some time for your teeth to settle and you can then reduce how long you wear the retainer for. We always say that you’ll need to use your retainer for as long as you wish your teeth to stay straight for. As we age, our teeth naturally shift so your retainer will protect you from any teeth becoming crooked. 

How long will I need to wear the aligners for?

Aligners typically need to be worn for 20 hours per day, only removing them to eat and clean your teeth. If you don't wear the aligners for this amount of time you may find that treatment is slower and lasts longer than the initial treatment plan.

A typical treatment plan will be anywhere from 6 months to 2 years.

Why have Invisalign?

Invisalign vs braces


Because Invisalign is made of a clear plastic it is virtually undetectable whilst being worn. The aligners are crafted precisely so they fit flush over the teeth, leaving no visible signs that they are there at all. Unless you tell people that you have invisalign, no one will be able to tell that you are having orthodontic treatment. 


Invisalign aligners are designed to be as comfortable as possible. Accurately made using digital scans of your mouth, they fit perfectly in place while they work on straightening your teeth. 


There is no need to change your eating habits with Invisalign. You can remove your aligners before you eat, making it much easier to look after your teeth than with fixed braces. 


Easy to maintain

Looking after your aligners during the treatment is straightforward. You can clean them easily with a soft-bristled toothbrush or use cleaning crystals to keep the aligners free of bacteria. 

pictures of Invisalign on teeth

Why have teeth straightening?

  • Straighter teeth are healthier teeth

  • Improve your bite alignment

  • Boost your confidence

  • Long-term benefits to your oral health

  • Helps prevent gum disease

Invisalign FAQs

What is Invisalign?


Invisalign is a modern orthodontic treatment that uses a series of clear, removable aligners to gradually straighten teeth. These aligners are custom-made for each patient and are virtually invisible when worn.


How does Invisalign work?


Invisalign works by using a series of customised aligners that gradually move your teeth into the desired position. Each set of aligners is worn for about two weeks, and patients switch to a new set until the treatment is complete.


Are the aligners noticeable?

One of the main advantages of Invisalign is that the aligners are clear and virtually invisible. Most people won't even notice that you are wearing them.

How long does Invisalign treatment take?

The duration of Invisalign treatment varies depending on the complexity of the case. On average, treatment can take anywhere from 6 months to 2 years.


What do I do if I lose or break one of my aligners?

If you damage your aligners or lose them, you can go back to the previous set. Contact us right away and we can arrange to replace the aligners. As you’ll already have the last set of aligners on hand, your teeth won’t move out of position as long as you are wearing aligners. 

Can I eat and drink with Invisalign?

Unlike traditional braces, Invisalign aligners are removable, so you can eat and drink without any restrictions. However, it's important to remove them before eating and drinking anything other than water. We also recommend that you clean your teeth before returning your aligners so that you don’t have bacteria developing in any sugary deposits while you are wearing your aligners.

How often should I wear the aligners?

For the best results, it's recommended to wear the Invisalign aligners for 20 to 22 hours per day. They should only be removed for eating, drinking, brushing, and flossing. However, you can take them out if you need to have a picture taken or for any important events where you may be self-conscious about them - such as a job interview. 

Is Invisalign painful?

Most patients experience some discomfort or pressure when they switch to a new set of aligners. If you do experience aches, you can take paracetamol to alleviate any discomfort. 

How do I clean my Invisalign aligners?

It's important to clean your Invisalign aligners regularly. You can use cleaning crystals or simply brush them gently with a toothbrush and rinse them in lukewarm water. 

Will I need to wear a retainer after Invisalign treatment?

Yes, after completing the Invisalign treatment, we’ll arrange for a retainer to be made to make sure your teeth remain straight. The type and duration of retainer wear will depend on your individual case.

Do you offer 0% Finance for invisalign treatment?

Yes! We have fantastic 0% interest finance options that spread your treatment frees across monthly installments.

How much does Invisalign cost?

We offer Invisalign from £1950 however because each treatment plan depends on how many aligners you will need to achieve the end result, the costs vary from person to person. That’s why we offer free consultations so you can receive an accurate, bespoke quotation for your Invisalign treatment.

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