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Welcome to No Gaps Dental - Sydney's family & children's dentist

Clear Aligners Sydney

Online only offer

Guided by an experienced dentist every step of the way...

If you have crooked teeth, straightening your teeth will reap more benefits than just aesthetic value. Crooked teeth can cause jaw strain, headaches and even increase your chances of tooth decay. Proper teeth alignment not only means a beautiful smile but also reduces your risk of developing cavities. Moreover, misaligned teeth can cause food debris, bacteria and plaque to build up in the gaps between teeth. 

If you want to straighten your teeth, a popular teeth straightening method is invisible clear aligners. 

At No Gaps Dental, we use ClearCorrect. They are often the preferred teeth straightening method over braces since they are practically invisible and more comfortable for everyday wear. Your clear plastic trays, similar to mouthguards, will be custom-made for your teeth to force them into their proper position.

Achieving straight teeth with quality aligners at a breakthrough price has never been easier. With our custom remote assessment process via this online treatment plan request, you can have an estimate and complimentary treatment plan all within 48 hours — so that you know even before your first appointment what to expect. Alternatively, you can download our mobile application, where our dentists will review your scans, remotely monitor your dental health, and guide you through every step of your treatment with clear aligners. 

Then on your first appointment, we will do a fully digital 3D scan for accurate results. We then tailor-make your aligners and provide you with a treatment plan guided by a team of experienced dentists every step of the way. Interested to learn more? Contact us today by calling (02) 8069 9750. 

30% OFF

Special offer for new SINGLE ARCH PLANS via the virtual assessment and FREE treatment quote.

40% OFF

Special offer for new DUAL ARCH PLANS via the virtual assessment and FREE treatment quote.

Align with ease – start the first step online here

Step 1

Upload your photos

When you upload your photos our experienced Dentists will assess your case and prepare a complimentry treatment plan and quote to send back to you within 48 hours.

Step 2

Digital 3D scan

After our dentists assess your case you can make an appointment to come in to see us for your consultation, X-ray, and 3D digital scan with an experienced dentist.

Step 3

Align with ease

Receive your aligners and come back every so often to make sure you are on track towards your brand new smile.

Step 4

Celebrate your new smile!

Cases we treat everyday

Not all alignment cases can be treated with clear aligners. If this is the case after your initial assessment our dentists will provide further advice and recommendations on the best treatment plan to achieve results.

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Level 1

Single Arch $2500 *

What defines a level 1 case?
Treatment plans take less than 6 months. Usually patients who have minor aesthetic changes qualify as a Level 1 case.


Level 2

$ 4,250 *

What defines a level 2 case?
Level 2 cases typically take between 6-10 months. patients have some crowding or spacing corrections.


Level 3

$ 5,450 *

What defines a level 3 case?
Level 3 cases take over 10 months. Patients in this category have significant crowding, spacing or misaligned bites.

**Complex cases, based on time and complexity, may incur a higher cost.

The proof is in the results

Tony B

Time: 7 months
Corrected: Bite, crowding, diastema

Kristina C

Time: 14 months
Corrected: Bite, crowding

Get your treatment plan from a Dentist experienced in alignment

Frequently Asked Questions

There is no age limit for smile correction for adults. From those in their 20s to even senior citizens, anyone can choose to undergo clear aligners, though the time taken for the desired results could vary, with younger teens and adults possibly achieving results faster than older adults.

Although every child has their own timeline for growth, most develop a fully formed adult jawline by the time they hit their teens – approximately age 12-14. So it can be safely said that once majority of their permanent teeth have erupted through the gum, teeth straightening treatment through clear aligners can be initiated and a great option for teenagers. At this pre-adult stage, the teeth respond well to gentle force movement caused by the aligners and achieving the tooth’s ideal position becomes easier. As an added advantage, wearing clear aligners around this time helps with self confidence as their smile improves,

Clear Aligners are a reliable, effective, and comfortable way to treat a gap between teeth, when supervised by an experienced dentist. Clear Aligners are growing in popularity across the country, since they can achieve the same results as traditional braces without the appearance of metal in your mouth, are less invasive and can successfully correct gaps in teeth for teenagers and adults alike. Please note though that not all alignment cases can be treated with clear aligners and your dentist will advise on the best alternative treatment to achieve results.

Orthodontic treatment is something many of us have gone through as teenagers, however, what happens after wearing braces can be almost as challenging for many – wearing your retainers.

If you stopped wearing your retainers shortly after getting your braces off, you are not alone. For one reason or another, most young adults stop wearing their removable retainers before it is recommended. A decade later, that decision can catch up with you as your formerly straight teeth are once again crooked.
In some cases, we may need to consider orthodontic treatment again, and Clear Aligners is an excellent option for those needing orthodontics for the second time.

If you had braces when you were younger but your teeth have moved a bit, and you’d like to realign them, Clear Aligners can be the ideal solution for mild to moderate teeth straightening.

In most cases, the answer is yes. A dental implant cannot be moved like a regular tooth as the implant body is fixed, integrated into your jaw bone. If you do have a dental implant, your treatment plan will definitely take this into consideration. If you have one or two dental implants, in most cases the movement of teeth adjacent to the implant can be planned for a successful outcome.

In most instances, the presence of wisdom teeth will not impede treatment progress. Before fitting your clear aligners, your dentist can perform an x-ray examination to assess whether the wisdom tooth would lead to potential problems later down the line. Even if the wisdom teeth are erupted and extracted during clear aligner treatment, it shouldn’t hinder progress in most cases: your dentist can trim the aligner back and leave space to accommodate the erupted tooth or surgical site

While Clear Aligners is designed to be comfortable and easy to wear, some discomfort or pain may occur, especially when first wearing a new set of aligners. The clear aligners are designed to fit snugly on your teeth, in order to move them into their correct positions.

A new set may feel tight at first, but your mouth will soon adjust to the feeling. The aligners work by putting pressure on your teeth to move them into their correct alignment, so you may feel tension or discomfort, especially in the beginning. In fact, mild discomfort or tightness is a good sign that the treatment is working, since it means your teeth are being guided to their correct positions!

Generally, patients find that Clear Aligners is more comfortable and less painful than metal braces. There are no metal brackets or wires that can come loose and poke your mouth, and rather than tightening the appliance, which can cause soreness in the teeth and jaw, the aligners fit snugly around your teeth for all-around movement.

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