What is Invisalign® Treatment?Invisalign® aligners are the alternative from the conventional metal braces; they are clear aligners that are virtually invisible. Invisalign® aligners treat moderate and severe cases, such as crowding, spacing, crossbite, overbite, underbite, deep bite and open bite.
How long does the treatment take and how does it work?• Treatment time generally takes about five to fifteen months, varying by each case. How does it work? • Invisalign® aligners are custom-made series of aligners specifically catering to each patient. The aligners are made from clear, smooth SmartTrack® material that you comfortably wear over your teeth. The aligners will gradually help align, shift your teeth into place, based on your treatment plan planned out by the dentist. Each aligner is worn for about two weeks (may vary by case) until the treatment is complete. Benefits include: Healthier Gums, Easier Cleanings, and proper aligned teeth causes less stress on bone jaw joints. other countries.
Our clients’ Invisalign Treatment experiences
I always had problems with my jaw and bite, which was also giving me headaches. I was skeptical at first if the Invisalign aligners will actually help or not, but after months of treatment I had minimal jaw pain and gained a brand new smile! It definitely took time to adjust to in the beginning, but it became comfortable because I didn’t have the limitation of what foods I can or couldn’t eat, and I can always take the aligners off when needed. Christina K.
My teeth bite, alignment never really was a great concern for me, but after my consult I was informed that teeth alignment can overall improve my oral health so I decided to go on forth with the treatment. After months of treatment, my teeth are more properly aligned and my bite is more comfortable. Now I realize I am actually more confident with my smile, and my teeth are now straight overall! Julie H.
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