Invisalign® Clear Braces

Invisalign treatment utilizes removable and invisible aligners to help you achieve a gorgeous straight smile. Since the plastic is clear, no one will know you’re wearing orthodontics. Best of all, the braces are so comfortable that you might forget you’re wearing them too!

Invisalign is the ideal option for adults and teenagers who want straight teeth.

What is Invisalign?

Invisalign refers to a custom-made series of aligners that will straighten your teeth without metal wires or brackets.

When you visit your dentist to discuss your orthodontic options, your dentist may suggest Invisalign aligners. Your dentist will take impressions of your teeth and send them to a lab, where they will create a series of around 12 sets of aligners. The aligners are customized to gently move your teeth over time until each tooth is in its optimal position.

Invisalign braces are a great solution for patients who want to correct crossbite, underbite, crowding, overbite, and other general orthodontic problems. These comfortable braces aren’t right for everyone. The only way to find out is with a quick call to your reliable Invisalign dentist.

How Does Invisalign Work?

  • Two Week Transformations: Every 2 weeks or so, your smile will make significant progress. You will stop wearing your current set of aligners and begin wearing the next set in the series.
  • Six to Eight Week Visits: We will make your time in the office efficient and meaningful. Your dentist will have you come into the office for an Invisalign checkup every 6-8 weeks to ensure your treatment is going smoothly.
  • See Results Soon: Treatment time averages a short 9-15 months with Invisalign. Your treatment length will vary based on your unique needs. At the end of your treatment, you’ll be able to smile with beautiful straight teeth.

Come Enjoy the Invisalign Experience

Invisalign eliminates irritation, limitations, and inconvenience. To learn more about achieving a perfect smile with Invisalign, contact us today!

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