Invisible braces

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Experience invisible perfection! The invisible braces are the perfect alternative to traditional braces.

The proper positioning of your teeth affects both facial aesthetics and the functionality of the oral cavity, which is associated with the ability to eat or speak properly. Invisible braces are suitable for the treatment of complex problems involving tooth corrections and are more effective than other braces. The clear aligners allow you to have your treatment done without anybody noticing, so they help you discreetly achieve the smile of your dreams. The journey to your smile may be unnoticed, but the result is not.

Do you want to know more? Have a free initial consultation and our experts in invisible orthodontics will be happy to answer any questions you may have about the treatment.


Why choose invisible braces?

The braces are completely invisible, but at the same time strong and effective enough to adjust your smile to your desired alignment.

It is perfect for all ages. Children, teenagers, adults and even senior adults enter the orthodontic treatment daily at our clinic.

The treatment consists of a series of removable aligners which move your teeth gradually into the desired position at a week or two-week intervals.

Wearing braces throughout the day is comfortable, even when eating or drinking. They are very easy to clean, you just need to take them out while consuming and drinking coloured beverages.

Maintaining your braces at home is very simple and you can do it anytime and anywhere.

They are more comfortable to wear than traditional fixed braces.



Give us a call and book a free consultation, our specialist will answer any of your questions about the treatment.

2Treatment plan and initial examination

We will take a digital scan of your teeth and right after will guide you through the entire process. We can even show you what your new smile could look like.


Treatment time for the invisible braces varies according to the individual case and the speed of the desired tooth movements. We are available to you during the treatment and we will consult the course of the treatment together. However, visits to the orthodontist are less frequent with the invisible braces than with the fixed ones, as you change your aligners by yourself and in the comfort of your home.

4Business as usual. Or maybe not?

No one will even notice the clear aligners, but everyone will see the difference. Once the procedure is over, it will be clearly visible.


During treatment, hardly anyone will notice you’re wearing the aligners, but you should not forget it. It is necessary to remove the aligners before eating and drinking coloured beverages. The advantage of the aligners is that you spend less time at our clinic during treatment with traditional metal braces. You take out the aligners and clean them using a brush. You need to wear them at least 22 hours a day, only taking them out only if necessary.


More attractive smile and a higher quality of life.

What are dental braces for?

Braces are a reliable solution for what we call anomalies.
It works well to correct alignment issues such as overcrowding teeth or teeth with gaps between them. It can also correct bite issues such as crossbites or open bites and others.

When should I see an orthodontist?

  • when you want to make changes in tooth position
  • for aesthetic reasons
  • at an early age – in order to monitor the proper tooth development and correct the position of the teeth

What are dental braces for?

Orthodontic treatment is always recommended by a dental specialist called an orthodontist. The orthodontist is able to diagnose a problem and determine the appropriate treatment. The material of these braces is metal, ceramic and sapphire and they are put on the front of the teeth.

Braces are a great reliable solution that has proven to deliver excellent results, though the best result is your perfect smile.

Questions and answers:

This will depend on the treatment plan we agree on, but probably not.

This is not just an aesthetic problem, but there is also a greater risk of developing tartar and the formation of dental plaque if the problem is ignored. This can result in a higher chance of tooth decay and gum disease (periodontitis), as well as chewing and pronunciation problems, or even stomach problems.

The simple answer: as soon as possible, ideally at a young age. However, it is necessary to keep in mind that your teeth shift naturally throughout your life and you may need braces at a later age.