Are you One of the Millions of Adults in need of Braces who are Unhappy, Self-Conscious or even Embarrassed about your Smile?
Many adults spend their entire lives covering their mouths when they laugh, smile or talk. They feel stuck because they do not want to wear adult metal braces for years or they are concerned that other corrective teeth straightening procedures could be too invasive or too expensive. Now, there is an effective, safe, affordable and practically invisible solution that can fit around your lifestyle.
At Hallcross Dental Practice in Leicester we are proud to offer our valued patients a teeth straightening solution called Invisalign®. Worn by over 4 million people around the world and virtually invisible, Invisalign treatment works via a series of custom moulded clear aligners that gradually straighten your teeth.
Proven effective in clinical research and with results achieved within as little as Six Months – Invisalign can give you the beautiful smile you’ve always wanted in a quick, safe and reliable way.
Invisalign® Video: Jason’s Story
Jason says straightening his teeth with Invisalign clear aligners set him on a path towards a healthier and happier life overall. Could the confidence of a new Invisalign smile set your life on a new positive path?
Please click below for further useful information about Invisalign treatment at Hallcross Dental Practice – your friendly dentist in Wigston, Leicester:
- Guide to Invisalign treatment here at Hallcross Dental Practice >>
- Could Invisalign help you? Examples of types of Crooked Smiles that Invisalign can Fix >>
- How Does Invisalign work? >>
- What are the Benefits of Invisalign over other Teeth Straightening options? >>
Contact us – your Invisalign Dentist in Leicester
If you would like to discuss your smile and possible Invisalign treatment via a confidential chat with a member of our team, please contact us to request a Free Invisalign Consultation by calling us on 0116 288 2029 or by emailing us at email@example.com
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