Invisibrace is the orthodontic practice of one of the leading orthodontists in the UK. Dr Darsh Patel, is an award-winning dentist, recognised for his clinical excellence by the Royal College. He heads up a team of experienced orthodontic professionals in Surbiton, Surrey who work together to achieve spectacular treatment results for their patients. To date, Dr Patel has straightened 140,000 teeth.
At Invisibrace, orthodontic treatment starts from £52 per month. This is for Invisalign treatment, the virtually invisible aligners which move teeth into position. Other orthodontic treatment options at Invisibrace include Damon self-ligating braces and Incognito lingual braces. Teeth whitening services are also available as is hygienist consultations.
The team at Invisibrace are committed to using the latest in orthodontic technologies. This includes the 3M Tru Definition and IntraOral Digital scanners for precise impressions, and AcceleDent, the hand-held device which can speed up treatment time by up to 50 per cent. Payment plans are available at Invisibrace to help make treatment affordable. All treatment journeys start with a free consultation.
Dr Darsh Patel
BDS(Manc), MFDS, RCPS(Glas), M.Phil Orthodontics(Bham), M.OrthRCS(Eng)
Darsh has reached the level of orthodontic specialist (GDC Registered) through years of study and experience and can transform the most crooked of smiles with the newest and best modern braces.
Darsh graduated from the Turner Dental Hospital in Manchester in 1998 and then continued his Vocational Training in London, taking up posts in Dental Public Health, Pediatric Dentistry and Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery.
After gaining both experience and expertise from his numerous posts, Darsh enhanced his orthodontic training and attended Birmingham Dental Hospital in 2002 to study specialist orthodontics. After the completion of his training in 2005, Darsh received Membership in Orthodontics from the Royal College of Surgeons, England and he is also a Member of the Faculty of Dental Surgery from the Royal College of Surgeons and Physicians, Glasgow.
Darsh is enthused by the positive changes modern brace systems have brought to orthodontic treatment. He is especially happy about the higher levels of comfort and discretion now available for patients and is involved in 'Face Driven Orthodontics,' which allows for a reduction in tooth removal for orthodontic procedures as well as ultimate aesthetics.
After actively promoting and using modern brace systems, Darsh now lectures upon these orthodontic techniques locally, nationally and internationally.