There’s A Lot to Love About Invisalign®
Are you self-conscious about your smile? Maybe your teeth are misaligned and you would like to get braces to straighten them, but the prospect of a mouth full of silver makes you even more ill at ease. There are other options. Invisalign is the clear choice for teeth alignment for teens and adults.
Using Invisalign® treatment, our team at the office of Ortho Inc. can achieve the results you want while keeping aesthetics in mind. Invisalign uses clear plastic aligners that are removable for greater comfort and convenience.
Your teeth alignment and the way they meet can affect your overall oral health as well as your sense of confidence in sharing your smile with the world. Invisalign can straighten teeth that are crowded, crooked or gapped, which will improve their health, function and appearance. The aligners work by gently and gradually guiding your teeth into place. The aligners are made from durable plastic for optimal comfort and aesthetic results.
As the first step in care, we’ll determine if Invisalign treatment is right for you by discussing your treatment goals and performing a comprehensive examination. We’ll then begin our partnership with the Invisalign laboratory to custom-design your complete sequence of plastic aligners.
Every two to three weeks, you’ll receive a new aligner to accommodate the subtle movement of your teeth as treatment progresses. We will take the time to help you adjust to wearing the aligner and teach you how to properly use and care for them. Perhaps best of all, you’ll be able to briefly remove your aligners to perform routine oral hygiene tasks and enjoy all of your favorite foods without restriction.
At the office of Ortho Inc., we provide dental healthcare solutions that are tailored to meet the demands of your daily activities and lifestyle. With Invisalign, you won’t have to sacrifice your comfort or appearance to achieve the beautiful smile you deserve. To learn more or to schedule an appointment, please don’t hesitate to call us today. You’ll be glad you did.