If you’ve always wanted to straighten your smile but have no interest in the wires, brackets, and bands associated with traditional braces, then do we have the perfect solution for you!
All of the Straightening, None of the Drawbacks
Orthodontics have never been so easy, speedy, or subtle! Invisalign uses a series of safe, clear plastic aligner trays to gently shift your teeth into position, giving you the smile of your dreams without the tell-tale metallics of traditional braces.
Enjoy the Perks of Invisalign
From the 3D imaging to the clinically proven SmartTrackⓇ and SmartForceⓇ material used to make the aligner trays, Invisalign is state-of-the-art. With Invisalign, you can expect the following benefits:
- Faster Treatment – Invisalign straightens teeth up to 50% faster than traditional braces.
- Proven Results – The technology and materials used with Invisalign treatment are proven to achieve more predictable tooth movement – up to 75% more than traditional braces.
- Freedom – Because you remove Invisalign clear aligner trays to eat or drink, you are free to enjoy your favorite foods and beverages.
- Easy Care – No need for floss threaders or orthodontic brushes with Invisalign. Simply remove the clear aligner trays and care for your teeth as you normally would; brush after each meal and floss daily.
- More Time – While you will replace your set of aligner trays every one to two weeks, you will only need to visit our office every four to six weeks to ensure that you are making progress. Less chair time with us means more time for you to live your life.
- Visible Results – With clear aligner trays that are frequently changed, you can see your smile progress right before your very eyes.
Can Invisalign Treat Your Bite?
Invisalign has proven to be effective treating a broad range of cases, including:
- Gapped Teeth – Space between teeth can lead to periodontal disease and increased tooth shifting.
- Overbites and Underbites – Overbites (when your top teeth overtake your lower teeth) or underbites (when your lower teeth overtake your upper teeth) can both ultimately lead to problems with your bite and/or temporomandibular (jaw) joint.
- Crowded Teeth – Crowded teeth can be difficult to clean, leading to an increased chance of gum disease and tooth loss.
- Crossbite – When both the upper and lower teeth are misaligned, teeth are more prone to wear, gums are more vulnerable to disease, and the likelihood of bone loss is more prevalent.