Now you can enjoy the smile you have always wanted without the annoyance of metal braces in your mouth. No huge brackets darkening your smile. No irritated lips or cheeks. No worries about mouth injury while playing sports.
Invisalign can eliminate crowding or large spaces between your teeth. Even complex cases such as overbites, underbites and crossbites can be treated. Typically, Invisalign cases take about a year from start to finish and is a very cost-effective alternative to braces. In fact, the average cost of Invisalign is very affordable for most patients. You will see your dentist every 6-8 weeks to review your progress. You will receive additional retainers every few visits. Treatment time and the number of retainers you receive will vary case by case.
Many people ask, “does Invisalign really work?” It sure does. Invisalign patients can expect to see results just as effective as those who opt for standard metal braces along with a better sense of comfort as your teeth align. Invisalign is great for teens and adults who need a way to straighten their teeth without the irritation and maintenance associated with metal braces.
Invisalign has been shown to be just as effective at straightening teeth as metal braces with much less pain, discomfort, and maintenance. If you are interested in perfecting your smile without sacrificing the natural appearance of your teeth, Invisalign might be the right choice for you.
The before and after pictures of Invisalign patients are unbelievable. Invisalign offers patients the results of standard metal braces with far less discomfort and fewer visits to the dentist’s office. Invisalign patients just need to come in on occasion to have new retainers made as their teeth begin to shift into place.
So if you need to straighten your teeth, it’s a question of Invisalign vs. Braces. We are confident that given the choice, most patients will prefer Invisalign for its ease of use, affordability, and terrific results.
If you have dental insurance that covers orthodontic treatment, Invisalign should qualify. Call your insurance company before you begin treatment.