With Treatment, You’ll Be Smiling In No Time
Whether you just want to love your smile a little more or you want to work on correcting larger issues, book your consultation to see how Invisalign can help you.
Invisalign can help with the following:
- Crowded teeth
- Open Spaces
- Crooked teeth
Are you wondering if Invisalign is the right treatment for you? For many people, the answer is yes!
The Worlds Most Advanced Clear Aligner
With 20 years of research, the world’s largest 3D printing operation, and data from 5.5 million smiles, you can trust Invisalign clear aligners.
Only, Invisalign clear aligners use this propriety plastic to straighten your teeth with comfort and precision. They are custom trimmed for comfort and fit, so they don’t cut your gums as other aligners can.
Treatment in as Little as 6 Months
Our technology and patented material can help you achieve the smile you want, even faster than you might think.
Frequently Asked Questions
The dentist will perform a quick and accurate 3D scan of your mouth. Advanced technology is used to model and custom create your trays. Every gumline is different, so your trays are custom trimmed for the most comfortable fit.
The cost of Invisalign depends on the complexity of your orthodontic treatment plan. We will provide you with an estimate after your initial consultation.
Twice a day, remove your tray and clean it and your teeth before putting it back in. Always rinse your aligner before you put it back in, and try not to let it sit in open air when you aren’t wearing it. You may soak your aligners in denture cleaner or Invisalign cleaning crystals and carefully rinse them before putting them back in your mouth. Do not eat or drink with your trays in, and do not use toothpaste to clean your trays. We will provide you with detailed home care instructions when you receive your first trays.
You must speak with your insurance provider to find out if they will cover Invisalign. After an initial consultation, we can provide you with an estimate that you can take to your provider.
Invisalign makes changes to your teeth very gradually. Minor changes can be made in a few short weeks with little discomfort, and more complex changes can occur over a longer span of time to ensure you stay as comfortable as possible. There may be some discomfort, but if your Invisalign hurts, let us know.
In general, most of the orthodontic cases that we treat with Invisalign take as little as 6 months to 14 months! You can come in for a new set of aligners every 4-6 weeks.