Frankton Dental Queenstown

Get your FREE Invisalign Consultation and $1,000 off

Looking for an almost invisible way to straighten your teeth? We've just made it even easier with a FREE consultation and $1,000 off with your Invisalign® treatment!*

A straight smile is so powerful. It's life-changing. If you want to get your best smile - try Invisalign. Invisalign has transformed millions of smiles worldwide using the latest technology to help you achieve a proper bite and a healthy smile. Best of all, without metal in your mouth, most people won't even notice you're wearing Invisalign! 

Is Invisalign right for you?

Do you have?

  • Overcrowded teeth?
  • Gaps between your teeth?
  • An overbite?
  • An underbite or crossbite?

With a FREE consultation, $1,000 off and absolutely no obligation you can find out what Invisalign will do for your smile - and your confidence.

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Why Invisalign?

See the results - before you start treatment!

With cutting-edge software and technology, Invisalign treatment allows you to see your new smile at every stage of the treatment, giving you a clearer picture of the duration and outcome with visualisations.

No metal brackets or wires!

Invisalign uses revolutionary custom-made aligners made of a very thin, clear and comfortable aligners that you wear over your teeth. Every 2 weeks you change to a new aligner and your teeth will gently move into place. Once you have finished with all your aligners your treatment is complete. You will have the straight smile you've always wanted with so little disruption to your lifestyle. Welcome to a whole new you!

Invisalign vs traditional metal braces:

  • Invisalign aligners are removable at any time making it easier for you to manage.
  • Invisalign aligners are made with SmartTrack® flexible material and SmartStage® and SmartForce® technologies to ensure there will only be gradual, yet effective teeth movement throughout your treatment.
  • Unlike braces where you have to visit your orthodontist or specialist every 3 to 4 weeks, with Invisalign visits are usually only required every 6 to 8 weeks.
  • Since Invisalign aligners are removable, you can still floss and brush your teeth normally, while traditional braces may make it difficult for you to clean in between metal brackets - this can lead to plaque build up and poor oral hygiene.

Have questions?

The price of Invisalign will vary depending on your specific situation. The cost will also vary according to your treatment goals, the time treatment will take and the straightening required. At your consultation visit with your orthodontist or dentist, they will determine the cost of the treatment. 

We offer a range of payment options to help you cover the cost of treatment. Our 18 Months Interest-Free With Q Offer is a great option for higher value treatment options like Invisalign. We can discuss payment plans at the time of treatment confirmation.

Most patients will see results within a few months of starting treatment.

You may experience some discomfort or pressure for a few days with each change of aligners. This is completely normal and is a sign that Invisalign is doing its job – moving your teeth to their new, straighter position. Any pain or discomfort you experience with Invisalign is noticeably less than the pain metal braces can cause.

The length of your treatment will depend on the movement you require and can only be determined by your dentist or orthodontist. The length of time required for adolescent patients may vary and can be determined by your dentist or orthodontist.

Aligners are most effective when worn at least 20 to 22 hours a day. They should only be removed for eating, and brushing and flossing your teeth.

Invisalign is a great option for people who have already been through the process of traditional braces, but have since had their teeth move. Because they're virtually invisible, Invisalign is also a good solution for adults who want to avoid the awkwardness and anxiety of traditional braces. Invisalign gives an almost invisible solution for re-aligning your teeth. Sometimes dentists and orthodontists can also treat patients with a combination of braces and Invisalign.

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