What satisfaction do I get seeing a patient complete their Invisalign treatment?


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Orthodontic Nursing Manager

invisalign--1There are many aspects to the satisfaction that I get from seeing a patient complete their Invisalign treatment.

Firstly, I know that I have helped improve that person’s quality of life, in that their confidence in how they present themselves increases as their treatment brings them closer and closer to the smile they want to achieve.

A smile can say a lot about a person. Before treatment with Invisalign, some patients are afraid to smile. I see so many patients seem happier at the end of their treatment because they have gained confidence.

They may wear clothes they didn’t wear before, or wear outfits cut in a certain way, because they are no longer afraid to attract attention.

Secondly, I know that I have helped improve the health and function of the patient’s teeth.

Some patients go their whole lives without being able to chew their food properly because of the way their teeth meet or don’t meet. The most severe cases need jaw surgery in conjunction with Invisalign treatment.

Thirdly, I know that each patient who sits in one of our orthodontic chairs to start treatment is in the best possible hands.

Being the largest Invisalign providers in Australia, with Diamond Provider status awarded by the manufacturers of Invisalign, I have confidence that the patient will walk out in six to 24 months with all of their teeth-straightening concerns and wishes addressed.

Finally, because we have dental specialists in all fields under one roof alongside general dentists, I am satisfied that the patient will have been offered, and where appropriate seamlessly provided with, any other specialist treatment they may need, as well as with any general dentistry treatment they may require.

The team at Collins Street Specialist Centre is so strong that there is hardly any orthodontic outcome that we cannot achieve for our patients – and if there are any obstacles to treatment our orthodontists will fully inform them of that and give a detailed explanation as to why.

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*The contents of this blog post are of a general nature only and may not apply to your specific circumstances. As every person is different we always recommend that you visit a qualified dental practitioner to obtain tailored dental advice to suit your own specific needs.

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