Our dental clinic is open and you can read our COVID-safe procedures here.
We have unfortunately had to temporarily stop our beauty treatments in line with Government regulations. All existing appointments will be rescheduled.
Get the straight smile you’ve always wanted with our virtually invisible, highly popular Invisalign braces at our central London dental practice.
An innovation in teeth straightening, we offer the aptly named Invisalign braces at our dentist in London, which utilise a set of clear removable retainers to discreetly straighten your smile. We treat over 150 patients a year with Invisalign and are Diamond providers.
With the option to remove them for eating, brushing or any important occasion; our convenient Invisalign in London is a very popular orthodontic treatment amongst adults who find themselves in the spotlight.
I've been a patient of Bow Lane Dental for over 5 years and right from the start they have been nothing but professional.
If you require further details about the Invisalign treatment, or you’re unsure if it’s the right option for you, our experts are here to help.
Our London dentists have many years of experience and are well-placed to provide all the information you need to make the best decision for you.
To book a consultation or find out more about Invisalign in London, give us a call today on 020 7236 3600 or email our reception team and Baylee, our Invisalign treatment coordinator, will be in touch with more information shortly!
Find out more about Invisalign treatment at our award-winning London dentists.
Renate has treated me for invisalign and general dental health for the past year, and has always given 5* treatment.
Our Invisalign London treatment costs from £2995 for invisible braces for just the top teeth or bottom teeth and goes up to £4900 for both sets of teeth. Visit us for a no-obligation orthodontic consultation and we can discuss your best orthodontic options and relevant costs.
While using the invisible braces, your teeth will be moved very slowly into position over an extended period of time and some tenderness is usually felt for a day or so at the start of a new aligner in the series. However, this tenderness is a great indicator that the treatment is working, because it means the invisible braces are causing your teeth to move!
Invisalign treatment generally takes between 12 and 24 months and sometimes even less than a year. Typically, the more complex your treatment, the more aligners will be needed and the longer your treatment will take. Although for the best and fastest results you should wear your aligners for a minimum of 22 hours per day, taking them out only to eat, drink and clean your teeth.
Children, teens and adults wishing to straighten their teeth without visible brackets and wires can all benefit from visiting our Invisalign orthodontist. Technological advancements and modern innovations make it possible for Invisalign clear aligners to fix a variety of common misalignment and bite issues from minor to more complex without interrupting your lifestyle. Common problems that Invisalign can help with include:
With regards to Invisalign, only dentists that have undergone Invisalign training can provide Invisalign treatment at their dental practice. Furthermore, Invisalign provides different tiers of recognition to Invisalign providers based on their experience, dependability, and the number of orthodontic cases they have successfully treated with the Invisalign system. This helps patients like you make a more educated decision about their orthodontic treatment and which dentist to entrust their smile to.
Bow Lane Dental in central London, are proud to be an Invisalign Diamond II provider which is the highest accolade possible. We are one of only a handful of dentists in the country to have received this recognition so you can be sure that our orthodontist will know exactly how to help you achieve the beautiful straight smile that you have always wanted.
Whether your treatment was with fixed braces or Invisalign removable braces, it will be necessary to wear a retainer to prevent your teeth from reverting to their original position. Our orthodontist will tell you when to wear your retainer and for how long, until eventually you are only wearing it at night.