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Invisalign Braces

Invisalign braces are one of the simplest, stress-free ways to straighten your teeth into a smile you love! If you dread the idea of metal braces, Invisalign provides an excellent alternative. Invisible braces are suitable for any age. Plus, there aren’t any wires or brackets to get in the way, just clear, comfortable aligners that will make it easy to smile.

Easy and Convenient

Invisalign makes getting the smile you want easier than ever before. Since clear aligners can be removed, you don’t have to change your brushing habits or diet. Invisalign aligners are made to fit around your daily routine, so you never have to make sacrifices for the sake of your teeth.

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You’ll Forget You Have Them On

Invisible braces are special because they let you smile confidently while your teeth are being straightened. You’ll be surprised at how easy it is to forget you’re wearing an aligner. Invisalign aligners are so invisible, no one else will notice you’re wearing them either.

How Do Invisible Braces Work?

Once you decide to get braces, you should talk to your dentist to ensure Invisalign is the best treatment to fit your specific goals. Once you and your dentist decide on invisible braces, you will pass along your X-rays, records, and impressions to Invisalign. Invisalign will then create a custom treatment plan that includes gradual adjustments to take your teeth to where they need to be.

You’ll receive a set of aligners, and each aligner will move your teeth a small amount, gradually, until you’ve achieved the smile you want. While the braces work over time, you’ll have periodic check-ups with your dentist so they can monitor the progress of your teeth.

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Your Choice is Clear

Invisalign invisible braces provide superior clarity with a smooth surface that resists clouding. These minimally invasive aligners are easily removed, and they don’t provide any interruption to your eating or brushing and flossing routines. Ask your dentist about custom-made Invisalign aligners.