INVISALIGN

Is Invisalign Right For Me?

Invisalign is a less invasive alternative to typical braces used in orthodontic treatment. They utilize transparent plastic aligners molded to fit your unique smile. Over a period of 6 to 8 weeks, you will re-visit your dentist to receive your next set of aligners. Each set of aligners will gradually straighten your teeth more and more over time.

People often prefer this treatment because they are transparent and removable. Meaning you can take them out to eat or brush your teeth as needed. Invisalign should typically be worn as much as possible (20 to 22 hours a day).

Much like typical braces, the treatment length depends on the severity of the malpositioned teeth. Some patients complete their treatment in as little as 6 months, others may take several years.

close up of a hand holding an Invisalign dental tray

Is Invisalign Right For Me?

Invisalign is a less invasive alternative to typical braces used in orthodontic treatment. They utilize transparent plastic aligners molded to fit your unique smile. Over a period of 6 to 8 weeks, you will re-visit your dentist to receive your next set of aligners. Each set of aligners will gradually straighten your teeth more and more over time.

People often prefer this treatment because they are transparent and removable. Meaning you can take them out to eat or brush your teeth as needed. Invisalign should typically be worn as much as possible (20 to 22 hours a day).

Much like typical braces, the treatment length depends on the severity of the malpositioned teeth. Some patients complete their treatment in as little as 6 months, others may take several years.

close up of a hand holding an Invisalign dental tray

Invisalign can treat a variety of different cases including Overbite, Underbite, Crossbite, Gap Teeth, Open Bite, Crowded Teeth, Baby and Permanent Teeth, and Generally Straighter Teeth that just need some slight correction.

 

Cost is similar to that of traditional braces and many dental insurance plans cover Invisalign treatment. Typically insurance will cover a certain percentage or dollar amount of your treatment. The remaining balance can be paid up-front or in monthly installments depending on your dentist. Ask us about our monthly payment plans!