We are proud to provide Invisalign treatments, for both teenagers and adults, and we offer Free Consultation. If you decide to proceed after your consultation, our helpful staff will assist you in sending the proper estimates to your insurance policy in order to assess eligibility. Also with the Invisalign Certified Connectivity of our iTero scanner, we are able to show our patients the outcome of their Invisalign treatment. We are able to create a 3D image of your teeth in just minutes and show your possible final result. Ask us how next time you are in our office.
Invisalign is an orthodontic device that uses transparent, incremental aligners to adjust teeth as an alternative to traditional wire braces. These virtually invisible, removable, and comfortable aligners allow you to smile more during treatment as well as after. Invisalign clear aligners are made with 3D computer imaging technology and has been proven effective. However, not all patients are suitable for Invisalign treatment. Only a licensed Invisalign trained provider can determine if you will be a suitable candidate. We also provide Invisalign treatments for teenagers.
Not only are the aligners virtually invisible, they are removable, so you can eat and drink what you want while in treatment. Plus, brushing and flossing are no problem. They are also more comfortable than traditional braces, with no metal or wires, which also usually means you spend less time in your doctor's office getting adjustments. You wear each set of aligners for about two weeks, removing them only to brush, floss, eat and drink anything other than water. As you advance your aligner with the next in the series, your teeth will move — little by little, day by day, week by week — until they have straightened to their designed final positions. we will see you about once every four to six weeks to ensure that your treatment is progressing as planned. Total treatment time averages about 6 to 15 months and the average number of aligners worn during treatment is between 5 to 30, but both will vary from case to case.