Invisalign is a discrete way to straighten your teeth, align your bite, and give you that beautiful smile you’ve always dreamed of having without the clunkiness of traditional metal braces. We are a certified Invisalign provider that can plan out your treatment and schedule a complimentary consultation to get you started. Call our office today to schedule your appointment.
Unlike traditional metal braces Invisalign gives you the freedom to eat and drink what you want while undergoing treatment, the clear aligners are discrete, removable, and there is no fussing during brushing and flossing.
The process is simple you wear each set of retainers for two weeks at a time. You will remove them at mealtime then again during brushing, and flossing. As this process progresses you will begin to see your smile transform until you have reached the finish line. Don’t worry about scheduling time away from work or school for office visits, you will only see us once every 6 weeks to make sure your treatment is progressing properly. On average our clients have been in treatment anywhere from nine to 15 months.
Invisalign isn’t just for adults, Invisalign is also for Teens. Our practice is a certified Invisalign Teen provider, and with proper treatment and use of clear retainers, your teen will be smiling in no time.
Your teen will wear each set of retainers for two weeks at a time and through computer assessment and monitoring, Invisalign treatment will ensure that your teen receives their desired results. They will remove them at mealtime and then again during brushing and flossing. Parents won’t worry about their teen losing rubber bands or breaking brackets, even if they are snacking on popcorn. Invisalign Teen fits in with after-school activities and gives your teen the confidence to smile in yearbook photos again.
If you and your doctor have chosen Invisalign to help correct your smile you’ve made a great choice. Costs are varied with this treatment, and there are several factors that will determine the final cost of your treatment. Factors that will affect your costs are issues that you want to be corrected, how long your treatment will last, and the specific treatment prescribed by your doctor.
The cost is the same as traditional braces. However, your doctor will determine the cost of your treatment based on how many aligners you will need.
In addition, many insurance companies cover this treatment the same as traditional braces.
Many doctors will recommend that you wear a retainer after treatment in order to prevent your teeth from shifting back into their previous position.
Over 5 million people have been treated with Invisalign.