Published: 09/06/2019

Everyone is on the quest for a straight smile, but not everyone wants to deal with the look of traditional braces. Traditional braces are can distracting and painful, with the metal brackets. Invisalign is the perfect solution to achieving the smile you desire with nondescript clear aligners.

Invisalign is an inconspicuous way to straighten your teeth on your terms. The flexibility that invisible aligners allow compared to traditional braces is far greater, as you can remove your Invisalign while eating. Inviable aligners are also cleanable while remove from the mouth, so you don’t have to struggle with removing plaque and food from brackets.

These invisible aligners will have you smiling more using a series of personalized trays that subtly move your teeth in months’ time.

Invisalign was designed as a step by step process that your doctor will discuss with you, and create a method for using. You will go through a consultation appointment, where your doctor will help you formulate a treatment plan. During this plan, you will find out cost of the aligners and treatment, as well as the time period you will be wearing them.

After the consultation, you will get impressions taken of your teeth, because Invisalign are completely custom to your mouth. When the impressions are taken they are used to create a mold for the aligners.

Once you receive your invisible aligners, your dentist will go over their use so you see the best results. Invisalign should be worn throughout the day, but because of the removable function, they can be taken out to brush your teeth, and to clean the aligner itself.

Checkups and aligner changes will occur approximately every two weeks. Your teeth will progressively move as the weeks go on, so you will need these checkups to ensure your Invisalign is still fitting properly. This is when you will receive new trays for your following weeks.

When you complete your aligner treatment, you will be set up with retainers to ensure your teeth do not move after they are flawlessly set.

If you are ready to have the smile you’ve been waiting for, contact your dentist and set up an appointment for a consultation. You will get all the following information during this session and will be on your way to a perfect smile!

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