What is Invisalign Go?

Invisalign Go is a brand new, clear braces system that can straighten your teeth in less time and at a lower cost than traditional methods. It is used to treat mild overcrowding, spaces, and alignment issues. Below are some of the most frequently asked questions we get about this innovative treatment.

If you’re looking for a perfect smile but don’t want to wear bulky braces, then Invisalign Go is the answer for you.



How does Invisalign Go work?

Invisalign Go uses clear aligners to move your teeth into place in as little as 6 months, rather than the 12 – 18 months required for original Invisalign. For the best possible results, we recommend patients wear the aligners all the time, only taking them out for eating, brushing and flossing.

What’s the difference between Invisalign Go and traditional braces?

Invisalign Go uses clear, removable aligners to straighten your teeth rather than the fixed metal wires and brackets used by traditional braces. Invisalign Go is a nearly invisible way to correct crooked and overcrowded teeth.

Are there any restrictions on the foods and drinks I consume?

No, absolutely none! You can eat and drink as normal without any issues, all you have to do is remove your aligners before you eat and drink and you can enjoy all your usual treats! We do recommend to brush and floss after eating before you put your Invisalign Go clear braces back on.

Can I get Invisalign Go treatment from any Dentist?

No, only dentists who have completed the specialised Invisalign Go training are permitted to perform Invisalign Go treatments on patients.

Is Invisalign Go right for me?

Invisalign Go is generally most suitable for patients with mild overcrowding issues. In order for us to best assess whether you’re a suitable candidate for Invisalign Go you should book a consultation.


Prices start at £3000. Tooth whitening is included in the package. The consultation fee is £100, and is deducted from the final costs if you wish to proceed with treatment.

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