Advanced Teeth Straightening
Invisalign aligners are made of a clear, BPA-free material and are removable. They fit snugly over your teeth and help to gradually move them into a better position. Invisalign allows you to straighten your teeth discreetly and comfortably.
In fact, there are many benefits to choosing Invisalign clear aligners to improve your smile, including the following:
- They allow you to easily maintain great oral hygiene. Because you can remove your aligners, you can easily brush and floss as usual.
- They are discreet and unobtrusive. Wearing metal braces may make you feel self-conscious. Because Invisalign is practically invisible, most people won’t even notice you’re having work done.
- Food choices are unlimited. For those with traditional braces, hard, crunchy, and sticky foods often have to be avoided. Because you can remove your aligners, no food is ‘off the table.’ You can continue to enjoy your favorite foods without limitations.
- They are more comfortable than traditional braces. Because traditional braces use wires and brackets, they can sometimes cause discomfort. Invisalign aligners are made with a flexible material that neatly conforms to the shape of your teeth and mouth.
How Does Invisalign Work?
Invisalign employs gentle but consistent pressure to move your teeth into more optimal positions. In this way, it is similar to metal braces. The main difference is that the aligners are removable and made of a clear material.
The first step in the process is to create a plan for how we’ll straighten your teeth. We use a specialized computer program to help us create this plan, and then the aligners are designed and custom-crafted for your unique needs.
Every few weeks, you’ll receive a new set of aligners. Each new set of aligners is designed to fit your teeth as they move. We recommend that you wear your aligners around 20 to 22 hours per day. Once treatment is complete, you’ll have a brand new smile!
If you are considering Invisalign for yourself or for a family member, please contact us today. We can explain the Invisalign treatment method in greater detail and set up a consultation, so you can determine whether Invisalign is right for you.