Invisalign is a series of clear, removable aligners is used to slowly straighten teeth. This process is without metal or wires and it is almost invisible. Invisalign patients can eat and drink and are able to brush and floss normally. The Invisalign 3D computer technology allows us to show you the simulated treatment plan from start to finish.
Each aligner is worn for two weeks, then replaced by the next in the series until the final position is achieved.
Watch the Invisalign video below to learn more about Invisalign treatment.
There are countless Invisalign providers in Melbourne, but not all will have the same level of experience in Invisalign, which require years of practice.
Dr Lother Poon, our principal dentist, has been an experienced Invisalign provider since 2005 and is experienced with all types of Invisalign treatment including i7, Invisalign Lite and complex Invisalign treatments. He has spent about 12 months working at the “only” dedicated Invisalign clinic in Melbourne, during which he had overseen and treated a vast number of cases.
He has also taken further training to provide traditional metal braces, as not all patients are suitable for Invisalign.
We offer a low competitive fee, which includes all impressions and photos, adjustment visits, and one set of retainers at completion. Our patients appreciate our interest-free payment plan at no additional cost.
Whether your smile needs minor improvements or extensive adjustments, talk to the team at Seddon Dental and we will advise whether you are a suitable candidate.
See below for photos of some of Dr Lother Poon’s Invisalign cases.
These are real images of results experienced by our patients at Seddon Dental. However, please note that each clinical case is unique and individual results will vary.
Dear patients, we’re happy to advise that with the return to Level 2 restrictions in Victoria, Seddon Dental will again begin welcoming our loyal patients through our doors from Monday, 28th September.
We are once again accepting regular check-ups and hygiene appointments, in addition to emergency dental care. Certain non-essential procedures are still not allowed.
We continue to take additional precautions, including following comprehensive infection control protocols, and patient temperature checks on arrival.
For more information on the full list of precautions being taken, visit this page on our website.
Dr Lother Poon and the team at Seddon Dental.