Flaunt a Perfect Smile with Invisible Braces and Invisalign

Invisalign ( is a set of invisible aligners designed to treat mild to severe cosmetic dental disorders. These are clear plastic trays that don’t involve the use of noticeable metal wires, screws, or brackets. These transparent aligners perform the same function as traditional braces, moving the teeth to their optimal position and attaining the desired results within a specific time frame. 

While many believe that Invisalign® itself is responsible for straightening teeth, it is actually the practitioner who must use their expertise to craft a customised series of clear aligners (Invisalign). Our highly experienced principal dentist, Dr Faris Nobari, who holds a POS certificate in traditional orthodontics braces and is an accredited Invisalign provider, uses his profound knowledge and experience to prepare the best design for each patient. The slider on this page contains photos of a few patients treated successfully at Teeth Plus Clinic.


Dental invisible braces or silicone trainer in the hands of a young smiling girl. Orthodontic concept - Invisalign.

How To Go About Invisalign?

With Teeth Plus, you don’t have to worry about teeth alignment and dental structure correction. Our experts control the treatment and update the patients with required modifications as the procedure continues. Every time patients come for follow-up, they are assigned a new set of aligners. A patient would wear clear aligners for two weeks. Each tray would move teeth slightly, and after the full course, teeth will become straight..

Invisalign Treatment Procedure At Teeth Plus

  • First Visit: Initial consultation and record taking included taking professional photos and moulds of your teeth. This record is sent to Invisalign® to make a simulation of your teeth. Then Dr Faris would work on the video and apply changes and adjustments to make them more suitable, considering your preferences and concerns.
  • Second visit: The video is shown to you, and details will be discussed.
  • Third Visit: The trays will be issued, and you will start your treatment. Your visits would be every six weeks until your aligners are finished.
Doctor putting a clear dental aligner to the patient woman
A smiling woman holding invisalign or invisible braces, orthodontic equipment

What Problems Can Invisalign Address?

Invisalign can be customised to deal with all your specific needs. Search Invisalign near me, and you will find us as the trusted dental clinic and dentist in Annandale. We create an extensive treatment plan to make sure that you get the effective orthodontic treatment and the positive results you deserve. The Invisalign can be used to address the following concerns:

For more information on the success of Invisalign treatment, feel free to contact us. We will be more than happy to answer all your queries.

Cost: We have made it affordable for everyone!

Invisalign treatments starts from $3500.

We also have interest free payment plans.

For more information please contact us to make your complementary and obligation free initial assessment.

Doctor treats patient teeth in modern dental clinic

Invisalign - FAQs

Invisalign is a type of orthodontic treatment that uses clear, removable aligners to straighten teeth and correct bite issues. These aligners are custom-made for each patient and gradually move the teeth into their desired positions.

Invisalign works by applying controlled force to specific teeth at different stages of the treatment. Patients wear a series of custom-made aligners, each slightly different from the last, which gradually shift the teeth into alignment. The aligners are typically worn for about 22 hours a day and are changed every 1-2 weeks.

In many cases, yes. Invisalign can effectively treat a wide range of orthodontic issues, including crowded teeth, gaps, overbites, underbites, and crossbites. However, the effectiveness of Invisalign depends on the patient’s commitment to wearing the aligners as instructed by their orthodontist.

The duration of Invisalign treatment varies depending on the complexity of the case and the patient’s specific needs. On average, treatment with Invisalign takes about 12-18 months, but some cases may be completed in as little as 6 months, while others may take up to 24 months.

One of the benefits of Invisalign is that the aligners are removable, so you can eat and drink most foods without any restrictions. However, it’s important to remove the aligners before eating or drinking anything other than water to avoid damaging them or staining your teeth.

While some patients may experience mild discomfort or pressure when they first start wearing a new set of aligners, it is generally less painful than traditional braces. Any discomfort usually subsides within a few days as the teeth adjust to the new aligners.

Typically, patients will have a check-up with their dentist every 6-8 weeks to ensure that the treatment is progressing as planned. These appointments also give your dentist an opportunity to make any necessary adjustments to the treatment plan.

Yes, you can whiten your teeth while wearing Invisalign aligners. In fact, some Invisalign patients choose to whiten their teeth during treatment to achieve an even brighter smile. However, it’s important to follow your dentist’s instructions and use whitening products that are safe for use with aligners.

Yes, you can play sports and musical instruments while wearing Invisalign. Since the aligners are removable, you can take them out during activities that may require a mouthguard or interfere with playing instruments. Just be sure to wear the aligners for at least 22 hours a day to ensure the best results.

To clean your Invisalign aligners, simply brush them gently with a toothbrush and rinse them with lukewarm water. You can also use a clear, mild soap or the official Invisalign cleaning crystals recommended by your dentist. Avoid using hot water or abrasive cleaners, as these can damage the aligners. It’s also important to brush and floss your teeth after eating before putting the aligners back in to prevent plaque buildup.