Revamp your smile for less with Verity Smiles aligners – No braces, no retainers, no invasive treatments, and no change to your lifestyle. Immediate results you can preview before your commit.
Smile more for less
|Smile Check - One Arch
|Smile Check - Both Arches
|Aligner - One Arch
|Aligners - Both Arches
How Verity Smiles aligners work
Step 1 – Smile Check
Meet with your Verity Smiles dentist
Your Verity Smiles dentist will use the Medit Intraoral scanner to quickly and easily create a 3D digital scan of your teeth so that they can map out your custom treatment plan and give you a preview of your new smile!
Step 2 – Revamp your smile
Now begins the journey to your new smile with your Verity Smiles aligners! Your Verity Smiles dentist will check the fit of your aligners and answer any questions that you may have about the process.
- Wear your aligners
When you pick up your first set of aligners, your Verity Smiles dentist will examine your smile to ensure a strong beginning to the process.
- See us regularly
Every 6-8 weeks you will see your Verity Smiles dentist to check your progress and get your next set of aligners to continue the process.*
- Business as usual
You can continue to eat and care for your teeth as normal, as your Verity Smiles aligners are easy to remove. They are also impeccably clear, making them barely visible to those around you!
* With some cases this may be more frequent
Step 3 – Keep your smile
Congratulations, you’ve revamped your smile with Verity Smiles! Now preserve it by wearing the provided retainer, and keep the straighter smile you love!
Free home whitening treatment is also provided after completing your Verity Smiles treatment.
Is the treatment right and safe for you?
Without seeing you in person, the dentist might not have all the information they need about your oral health. Direct interaction with the dentist is important for valid consent. To give valid, informed consent you need to have been given all the information about what the treatment involves.
Who is treating you?
Knowing the name of the person who is treating you is very important as the dentist who prescribes your aligners or braces is responsible for all your treatment.