Do you dream about having a smile full of sparkling, straight teeth, but you just can’t imagine yourself wearing traditional metal braces? You’ve probably invested in a professional, mature image, and you shouldn’t have to look like a teenager to straighten your teeth. We agree. Now we can make your dreams come true.
Invisalign®️, is an orthodontic treatment approved by the FDA, is the virtually invisible method to straighten your teeth without conventional metal braces. With Invisalign®️, a custom-molded set of transparent, removable aligners will progressively reposition your teeth. You can simply remove the aligners before eating, brushing, flossing, or special occasions. This technology is more comfortable and convenient that traditional braces. Patients do not experience the mouth abrasions caused by metal and wires, and Invisalign®️ aligners are easy to clean. Adjustment appointments aren’t necessary, either.
First, we use 3-D computer imaging to design a comprehensive treatment plan. This allows you to preview the final positioning of your teeth before you start treatment. Yes, you will see your future smile before treatment begins.
Then a lab will create a series of aligners to re-position your teeth over one to two years. You’ll change aligners every two weeks until your smile is straight and beautiful. Typically, you will visit us every six weeks for progress reports.
Since Invisalign®️ is clear, you can get the results you deserve without anyone even knowing you are being treated. You can still perform all of your normal daily activities while simultaneously working on your smile.
You can also remove the aligners when you eat so you can still eat whatever you want. You also don’t have to worry about your oral health. You can remove the aligners whenever you brush and floss your teeth.
More than 3,000,000 patients have invested in Invisalign®️ clear aligners, and more get started every day.
It is important to seek out knowledgeable dental advice from a trusted professional before beginning Invisalign®️ treatment. While there are many mail-order aligner options available today, these services fail to examine the patient’s mouth and can result in injury, as well as simply a less than optimal final result. It takes careful consideration of many factors in order to determine if a patient is a good candidate for Invisalign®️.