Orthodontics & Invisalign Geneva

Orthodontie Invisible avec les gouttières Invisalign, Dental Geneva

Straighter teeth in 6 months

There are many reasons why an adult may wish to have orthodontic treatment. It may be to correct a problem with the alignment of teeth caused by an accident, to treat a malocclusion or to treat an imperfection in their smile for aesthetic reasons.

If you have always wanted to improve the appearance of your smile, but were concerned about the impact of treatment on your life, Invisalign is for you!

4 reasons to choose Dental Geneva
for your Invisalign® treatment

Orthodontist specialising in Invisalign

The treatment is provided and supervised from start to finish by Dr. Victoria Klimovich, a specialist in invisible orthodontics.

Comfortable, discreet and fast

Invisalign aligners are well-fitting, transparent and invisible, easy to put on and take off. The treatment lasts from 6 to 24 months

Reimbursed by insurance

The cost is affordable and most supplementary insurances offer a reimbursement of up to 75%.

Complete alignment of the arch

Invisalign treats the complete alignment of your dental arches, which can correct most malocclusions.

Victoria Klimovich, orthodontiste spécialisée en gouttières invisibles Invisalign au cabinet Dental Geneva

Invisalign® treatment: how does it work?


Make an appointment with Dr. Victoria Klimovich. She will perform a complete check-up with x-rays of your teeth.

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A 3D scan of your teeth and gums is performed. You can already see a simulation of your future smile on the screen.


The Dr. gives you your set of aligners. You wear them about 20 hours a day and then change them according to the treatment plan, every 7 or 10 days.

Consultation pour un traitement orthodontique Invisalign au cabinet Dental Geneva


You can see the alignment of your teeth over the course of a few days and enjoy a brand new smile after only a few months.

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Self-ligating braces

Fixed appliances (braces) are the most widely used treatment in the world.

Each bracket is individually fixed to the teeth with dental bonding glue, then a thin metal wire connects the teeth together. Braces act as pressure points on the wire, that moves the teeth in specific direction.

This type of orthodontic treatment creates many spaces that trap food. It is therefore important to brush your teeth immediately after each meal or to rinse your mouth thoroughly with water if you can’t brush your teeth at all.

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In-Ovation R brackets are made with great attention to detail. Self-closing gates eliminate the need for elastic ligatures, and therefore, provide a cleaner, more aesthetic look.

Reduced friction between the brackets and the orthodontic wire helps teeth move more freely. This speeds up the alignment phase. So you will see results more quickly.

Brackets In-Ovation R

These new generation brackets
ensure that you have

Fixed and removable retainer

At the end of your orthodontic treatment, the teeth are perfectly aligned and the braces are removed.

However, it still takes several months for your teeth to stabilise in their new position. We recommend permanent retention as teeth may still move throughout life.

The retention is carried out using a transparent retainer similar to the Invisalign aligners, and/or using a wire bonded on the inner side of the teeth.

It is therefore intended to keep the teeth in a perfect position.

Gouttière de contention nocturne au cabinet Dental Geneva
Retainer for teeth retention and teeth grinding
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Lingual retainer that is fixed to the tongue side of your teeth, like a traditional permanent retainer.