What do people mean when they say someone has a great smile? What are they looking at? They’re usually noticing how straight and even they are. Straight teeth simply look right.
It’s wonderful to get braces and straighter teeth as a child. But what if you’re already an adult? Are your colleagues going to be looking at your braces while they should be listening to what you say? Do you have an older teen who needs braces?
What Is Invisalign?
Invisalign could be your answer for straighter teeth. It uses clear aligners to subtly move your teeth over time. The Invisalign system can give you these benefits:
Discreet Straightening. These clear braces are not as easy to see as traditional ones.
A Personalized Fit. We take a digital impression of each patient’s teeth. Your Invisalign aligners will fit just right.
Comfort. Invisalign uses no metal wires that could damage your gums, lips, or cheeks. It also avoids putting rubber bands in your mouth.
Convenience. You can quickly take out your aligners for eating and for brushing. You won’t get food stuck in them. And cleaning them is simple.
The Invisalign system is used for straightening teeth with a series of custom-made aligners for each patient. It is a combination of proprietary virtual modeling software, rapid manufacturing processes and mass customization, and custom-made aligners with patented aligner material. Used to treat a wide range of clinical situations, Invisalign treatment options address simple to complex cases and post-treatment retention.
We’ll help you get the best results out of Invisalign. We want to see you get the smile you really want—a smile that can help your career, your relationships, your self-confidence, and much more.
How Does Invisalign Work?
After a consultation to make sure Invisalign is right for you, we’ll create a 3D model of your teeth and write your straightening plan. We’ll let you know how long the whole process will take.
Once your aligners are crafted, you’ll wear each set of aligners for about two weeks, then put in the next ones in the sequence. Each set applies just enough pressure to your teeth to get them to move—without the sharp pain of braces.
We’ll give you a checkup every six weeks to ensure the treatment is working well for you.