Manchester dentist loved by celebs is knocking £1000 off popular Invisalign treatment

Get yourselves down to Ruh Dental.

Daisy Jackson Daisy Jackson - 21st March 2023

A luxury dentist in Manchester is offering Invisalign treatment with a massive saving this month. 

Ruh Dental, which counts the likes of Molly-Mae Hague and Helen Flanagan as patients, will be offering packages with more than £1000-worth of savings. 

The special offer is part of the boutique dental practice’s Invisalign Open Week, with discounts on the hugely popular clear brace system which straightens teeth discreetly. 

Most cases are able to be completed within six months, with noticeable differences in just three months. 

Invisalign can close gaps, and fix overbites and misaligned teeth with less clinic visits than traditional ‘train track’ braces. 


Anyone who books in for a consultation and takes up treatment during Invisalign Open Week will save over £1000, thanks to a free consultation (worth £75), free 3D digital scan and simulation of your teeth (worth £300), £400 off aligners, free Vivera Retainers worth £500, and free teeth whitening worth £175. 

The open week will run between 29 March and 5 April, with the offer valid for five days after the consultation. 


Ruh Dental is based in the heart of Spinningfields and is trusted by the likes of Jill Scott, Helen Flanagan and Olivia Attwood. 

The private practice has no waiting lists, with patients seen ASAP, and focuses on restorative and cosmetic procedures.

Its dental team is led by the award-winning Dr Billal Arshad, an expert in his field who trains colleagues nationally and internationally and is famed for his attention to detail and artistic flair. 


Another Ruh Dental deal currently running is a Mother’s Day offer, where you can claim a free afternoon tea at The Ivy and a free hygiene appointment when you refer your mum for an appointment with Dr Arshad. 

To find out more and book your Invisalign consultation, visit ruhdental.com/invisalign-open-week-page

Featured image: YouTube, Molly-Mae Hague