Invisalign

The Clear Alternative to Braces.

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About Invisalign

Everyone wants to have straight teeth, but no one wants metal bands and wires on their mouth. Invisalign is a clear alternative to braces that both dentists and orthodontists use.

Invisalign vs. Traditional Braces

 

Invisalign uses a series of computer-designed clear aligners that are composed of a virtually invisible polyurethane plastic.

 

Instead of being cemented or bonded to the teeth the way metal or clear braces are, Invisalign can be taken out — for special occasions, for eating meals and primarily for when you are brushing and flossing.

 

Being able to take out your Invisalign is a positive advantage when it comes to dealing with everyday life, however, you need to be strict about not taking it out more than we advise.

 

Reasons to consider an Invisalign system include:

 

  • It is easier to brush and floss
  • They are practically invisible
  • You can stick to your normal dietary choices
  • There is an increased comfort in comparison to metal braces
  • There is no potential for damage to the front surface of the teeth
  • They act as a guard and protect the teeth from grinding.

 

Over the years, clear aligner technology has greatly improved and is now able to correct many malocclusions that at one time, would have been too difficult for this type of system to work.

 

However, case by case, there are still times when traditional braces and more specific orthodontic treatments would be a better treatment method for you.

 

We are proud to offer special promotions, free consultations, and a different payment plans for Invisalign. To learn more, book an Invisalign Consultation so we can see how Invisalign can help you achieve your dream smile!

Is Invisalign Right For You?

People interested in invisalign should be in good overall health and be seeking a solution to address cosmetic and oral health concerns, such as:

 

  • Gapped or broadly spaced teeth
  • Underbite
  • Overbite
  • Open bite
  • Overcrowded or overlapping teeth
  • Crooked teeth
  • Temporomandibular Joint Disorder (TMJ)

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