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Gone are the days of taking a long time to straighten crooked teeth. Invisalign has improved the way dental experts align a patient’s teeth. Our clinic is a well-known and certified Invisalign provider that gives you the smile you’ve been dreaming about.

What’s Invisalign, really?

If you’re envisioning yourself with a straight set of choppers, but aren’t down for getting braces, Invisalign is the right answer for you. The process requires the use of an aligner made of clear plastic, so you won’t have to worry about altering your look to fix misalignments. These clear aligners can be worn in broad daylight. In fact, it’s advisable to wear them for 20 hours per day minimum.

Some people worry about the discomfort, but we promise you — our trays snap in and out of place without a hitch. You can floss and brush normally, and you won’t have to deal with popping brackets or detaching wires.

Here are some reasons Invisalign is right for you.

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What to Expect from an Invisalign

There are a series of steps to getting an Invisalign:
  1. During your first consultation, you can mention all your concerns to the dentist and he or she can confirm if Invisalign is right for you.

  2. We use a scanner to craft fast and accurate 3D digital pictures of your teeth. Once done, we will come up with a perfect plan to gauge the duration and progress of your teeth.

  3. Your personalized aligner is made of SmartTrack material, which is invisible and comfortable at the same time. Wear it regularly, only taking it off when you’re about to eat, floss, and brush.

  4. Expect movements as your aligner adjusts your teeth. Attend your checkups.

With the advent of plenty of teeth straightening options, it’s quite difficult to determine which one is the best for you.

However, Invisalign stands out from the crowd. These reasons should be enough to convince you. Invisalign is suitable for people with mild to moderate problems, such as crossbite, underbite, and overbite. 

If you want to know about this option, call us today at (727) 367-3313. We offer free consultation!