Invisalign Clear Braces
Invisalign makes it easy to straighten your teeth without bands, brackets, or wires.
For simple crowding and small gaps or diastema teeth, we recommend Invisalign. Invisalign is a series of clear, removable teeth aligners that both orthodontists and dentists use as an alternative to traditional metal dental braces.
A Clear Alternative
Invisalign is a virtually invisible solution so you can smile during as well as after treatment. In fact, virtually no one will know you're wearing them unless you tell. By using a searies of clear, removable aligners, Invisalign straightens you teeth right before your eyes. Changes them about every two weeks and your teeth will move—little by—little—towards the smile you have always wanted.
- No metal or brackets to irritate the mouth
- Able to brush and floss normally during treatment
Invisalign. Removable. And Comfortable.
Invisalign is comfortable to wear and it doesn’t require you to change your busy lifestyle. You visit your doctor every month or two to check you progression and get new aligners. Average treatment time is only about a year. Because aligners are removable, you can continue to eat you favorite foods while brushing and flossing normally to keep your teeth and gums healthy.
Frequently Asked Questions
Q: Does Invisalign® really Work?
A: Yes. For simple diastema (small gaps between teeth) and very slight crowding in the dental arch, Invisalign has been an effective solution at straightening teeth and closing the gaps. Nine out of ten patients are "very or extremely satisfied" with their Invisalign experience.
Q: How does Invisalign work?
A: Invisalign uses 3-D computer imaging technology to map the complete treatment from start to finish. From this plan, a series of custom-made aligners unique to your treatment is produced. Each aligner is work for about two weeks and gradually moves your teeth, before being replaced by the next in the series until the final position is achieved.
Q: How much does Invisalign cost
A: Invisalign treatment is often similar to the cost of traditional braces. In addition, if you have orthodontic insurance coverage, Invisalign is normally covered to the same extent as conventional braces.
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Disclaimer: Orthodontic treatments are provided by general dentists.