Bluebell Invisalign EditorialTestimonials


 

Rimy Thandi

Rimy Thandi,
TV Presenter for Brit-Asia/Model/Host
Started Treatment Sept’ 13
I started Invisalign because I had a gap between my two front teeth. As I spend a lot of time in front of the camera I was becoming more conscious so decided to go ahead with treatment. It’s only been six weeks so I haven’t seen a difference yet but I am excited to see the end results. The aligners themselves are unnoticeable to everyone I meet which is great. They took a few weeks to get used to but now I am quite comfortable with them and am able to speak clearly with them in.
Alisha

Alisha Joseph,
Started Treatment May’ 13
I was lucky enough to win my Invisalign treatment in a recent competition run by Bluebell to mark their 10th anniversary.I have always been very self-conscious about my teeth, as they are uneven and the front two cross over – and big metal braces in my late 20’s are not something that appeal to me!
Even early into my treatment, I noticed a big difference. My two front teeth are already no longer crossed over – and are almost completely straightened out! I honestly cannot believe how quickly this change has happened – and I LOVE it! I’m smiling more already.
Miss Essex

Amber Zakrzewski,
Miss Essex 2012
Completed Treatment Jan’ 12
Invisalign ticked all the boxes for me. Even halfway through the treatment, I felt so much better about my teeth and smile – which was perfect timing as I was entering Miss Essex 2012. I wore the aligners throughout the competition and my speech was never affected even when I spoke on stage. I went on to win the competition, going on to the Miss England 2012 final. Overall my Invisalign was well worth the cost, the time and even the slight discomfort when putting in new aligners. The treatment has fitted into my lifestyle perfectly.
Dr Suki Shakthi

Says Bluebell’s Dr Suki Shakthi:
These three cases show the benefits of using Invisalign at different stages of treatment. What comes across is that patients can use the clear aligners knowing they are discreet – because they are virtually invisible – and they make people feel and look better. The treatment has clear benefits when it comes to improving patients’ oral health, as it reduces problems like overcrowding, while also boosting people’s confidence.