​Who can use Invisalign® braces?

During the initial, qualifying visit, you will find out how long the straightening of your teeth should last.

“Quite recently, orthodontic treatment was considered mainly for children and teenagers. Today’s modern orthodontics becomes more popular among adults. Orthodontic braces look differently than before and do not require such long term of operation that is why many adults decide to start such treatment.

50% of our patients are adults. Such possibilities like Invisalign® are perfect for them. We can select areas which need to be improved with each patient without worrying about unaesthetic and clumsy dental braces. Our team understands individual patient’s needs, both during and after treatment. No matter if patients want to straighten one single tooth and improve his smile or treat complex malocclusion, today they have an alternative. Our services for adults aim at improvement of smile and self-confidence starting from the very first meeting”.

dr Magdalena Rutkowska

Certified Invisalign® doctor

What malocclusions can be treated with Invisalign® aligners?

  • deep occlusion

  • open bite

  • dental crowding

  • diastema

  • undershot bite

  • crossbite

​Deep occlusion

Deep occlusion may cause gum problems and their irritation as well as/or excessive use of lower teeth, it can also contribute to jaw and joints pain.


Open bite

Open bite may cause problems or pain connected with chewing, it can even lead to speech defects or such serious problems as dysfunction of temporomandibular joint.

Dental crowding

Dental crowding may get worse with time and lead to serious malocclusion. Among other consequences one can mention building-up of the plaque, decay and higher risk of gum diseases.


Problems with teeth distance and gap between them can lead to numerous disorders within gums (due to lack of protection against teeth), creating of periodontal pockets and increased risk of periodontal diseases.

​Undershot bite

Undershot bite may impede normal functioning of front teeth and molars which may cause excessive use of teeth. It can lead to jaw and joints pain.


Crossbite means that at least one lower tooth overlaps upper teeth. It may cause excessive use of teeth, gum diseases and bone tissue defects.