Why do People Love Invisalign in St John’s Wood?


InvisalignOne thing most people care a lot about is the impact they make on others. It’s not just about manners and behaviour, although these are of paramount importance, but people are visual creatures and make a lot of judgements about strangers within the first few seconds before any words have even been exchanged. That’s why having a great smile all the time is so important, and why, to date, more than 5 million people have chosen to straighten their teeth. Some of those 5 million have been using Invisalign in St John’s Wood, not that most of the people they meet would have any idea about this.

All they would see is someone with a smile, sometimes with wonky teeth apparent, but if they meet them repeatedly over a period of some months, they may begin to wonder how their teeth seem to be becoming straighter. Harry Potter fans might think it is magic, and in a way, it is an invisibility cloak for the teeth. Invisalign in St John’s Wood is available from a number of accredited dentists, including those at Aura Dental.

Why choose Invisalign in St John’s Wood?

The reasons Invisalign is so popular are two-fold: they are invisible and they are removable.


This is such a huge plus. People are generally very self-conscious about their teeth and would rather live with teeth that are out of whack than go through life for several months with bracket and wire braces obscuring their smile. They feel such braces bring more unwanted attention than having wonky teeth. Invisalign clear aligners are only 0.3mm thick, so when they are in place over the teeth, it takes an eagle eye or a very close friend to notice them.

Take out-ability

Being able to take out one’s braces to eat is every brace wearer’s dream. Braces may straighten teeth, but they make eating a right hassle. Firstly, there are foods that just have to be off the menu because they get stuck to the braces (peanut butter, anyone?). Others get under the braces and irritate (nuts, again). Invisalign aligners come out for eating and then it’s just a good brush and they go back in.