Invisalign doesn’t need to break the bank. With fantastic dental invisalign options in Manchester, Riyo Dental is the clinic to choose. We offer Invisalign Go and Invisalign Lite options to suit everyone. With expert services and friendly staff, there’s no reason to go elsewhere for your Invisalign braces. With over 140 five-star reviews, Riyo Dental is here to help you get the straight teeth you’ve always dreamed of.
We hope to keep costs as low as possible for you, so you can enjoy straight teeth without breaking the bank. Our prices are very competitive, making us the best choice for Invisalign in Stretford and Manchester.
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Achieve a Riyo Smile with our 12 month interest free finance package. We believe in creating a straighter smile as affordable as possible. There’s no better time to start your Invisalign journey.
Dr Mozammel Haque MChD, BChD, BSc
GDC No. 264814
Dr Haque has gained postgraduate qualification in Advanced Aesthetic Restorative Dentistry (PGCert).
By offering a range of Invisalign products such as Invisalign Go and Invisalign Go plus for complex cases, Dr Haque can also provide minimally invasive cosmetic dentistry to complete your dream smile!
So whether you would like to finish your treatment with teeth whitening and/or composite edge bonding, Dr Haque has the skills and expertise to create stunning results for you.
Invisalign Go and Go Plus can treat 85% of adult straightening requirements
What is Invisalign?
Invisalign is a type of clear aligner system used to straighten teeth without the use of traditional braces.
It involves wearing a series of clear plastic trays that gradually shift your teeth into the desired position.
How does Invisalign work?
Invisalign braces use a series of custom-made aligners that will gradually move your teeth into the right place. Each aligner is worn for a period of two weeks and then replaced with the next aligner in the series.
You’ll soon have the perfect smile with Invisalign Go or Invisalign Lite.
Who is a good candidate for Invisalign?
Invisalign is a good option for people with mild to moderate orthodontic issues, such as crooked or crowded teeth, gaps between teeth, and minor bite problems.
Your dentist can evaluate your specific case to determine if Invisalign is a good option for you.
How long does Invisalign treatment take?
The length of Invisalign treatment varies per person and depends on the severity of your orthodontic issues.
Treatment can take anywhere from several months to a year or more. You will be advised of the potential timescales during your free smile consultation.
Does Invisalign hurt?
Invisalign is generally less painful than traditional braces, as the aligners are designed to gradually shift your teeth into the desired position without applying as much force as traditional braces.
However, you may experience some discomfort or soreness when you first begin wearing a new aligner.
How often should I wear Invisalign aligners?
You should wear your Invisalign aligners for at least 22 hours per day, only removing them to eat, drink, brush, and floss.
Can I eat and drink with my Invisalign aligners in?
You should remove your Invisalign aligners before eating or drinking anything other than water, as food and drink can stain the aligners or get trapped underneath them, leading to bacteria build-up and potential tooth decay.
How do I clean my Invisalign aligners?
You should clean your Invisalign aligners daily by brushing them gently with a soft-bristled toothbrush and lukewarm water.
You can also use a special cleaning solution designed specifically for Invisalign aligners.
Can Invisalign fix all orthodontic issues?
Invisalign can effectively treat many orthodontic issues, but it may not be the best option for more severe cases, such as those that require significant movement of the teeth or jaw.
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