Invisalign Open Day – July 16 2019

Free 20 minute Invisalign Consultations at our Open day on July 16 - Save £200 & Free whitening

Our Invisalign Open Day will be held at The Park Dental Clinic located in Pride Park (see below for address and a map) on Tuesday 16 July.

During your 20 minute appointment, you will receive a FREE digital smile simulation. Our team will also be ale to answer any questions you might have on Invisalign and be able to advise you of the costs. If Invisalign is not suitable for you, we will also be able to advise on options for other treatments to straighten your teeth.

If you decide to proceed, you will also get £200 off Invisalign treatment and FREE tooth whitening.

Clinic Location

The Park Dental Clinic
18 Royal Scot Rd
DE24 8AJ

Phone: 01332 299700
Email: [email protected]

Which Invisalign option is right for you?

There are a number of options under the Invisalign system depending on the complexity of your situation. Dr Trishan Malhi will be able to advise you of the best treatment after your first consultation.

Invisalign Full


Invisalign Full is the original and most common form of Invisalign treatment  because it can correct such a wide range of complaints. On average, treatment with Invisalign Full takes between 12 and 18 months.


If your case is too complex for Invisalign i7 you may be suitable for Invisalign Lite, which aims to treat simple to moderate cases in approximately 7 months. Invisalign Lite bridges the gap  between Invisalign i7 and Invisalign Full.

invisalign i7


Invisalign i7 consists of just seven sets of aligners, and it has been developed to treat milder cases in as little as three months. This could be the ideal treatment for that slight imperfection of your smile that you have always wanted to correct!

Invisalign Teen


Invisalign Teen has been developed specifically with teenagers in mind with a number of special features including wear-indicators and a unique design that allows for the eruption of new adult teeth.

Video testimonial of an Invisalign patient treated by Dr Malhi