It's true, now you can straighten your teeth - without anybody knowing!
Here at Glen Innes Dentist, new developments in oral health care are of the utmost importance. That's why we choose to invest in the amazing breakthrough called INVISALIGN. No more metal bars and wires, INVISALIGN is a custom-made alignment device built just for you.
If you or your children suffer from misaligned teeth, then INVISALIGN could be right for you.
Book an appointment and get ready for a lifetime of straight smiles.
Here are a few facts about INVISALIGN that you won't want to miss.
WHAT IS INVISALIGN?
Invisalign is the clear alternative to braces that can help you achieve a straighter smile. Invisalign uses a series of clear, custom-made aligners to gradually move your teeth into their desired position. These aligners are virtually invisible, comfortable to wear and easy to remove. Simply take them out for special occasions and brush and floss as normal throughout your treatment. Invisalign is the modern and hygienic way to straighten your teeth.
HOW DOES IT WORK?
Using the latest in 3D imaging technology, your dentist or orthodontist can depict the complete series of movements your teeth need to go through to achieve a straighter smile. A series of custom-made aligners are then produced, which you simply change yourself every two weeks to gradually move the teeth.
HOW LONG WILL TREATMENT TAKE?
The length of treatment is dependent on the severity of each individual patient’s orthodontic issues. Treatment may vary from anywhere between six months to two years. The average treatment time is between 12 to 14 months.
HOW MUCH DOES INVISALIGN COST?
In most cases, the cost and treatment time of Invisalign is comparable to traditional braces. However, as with other medical treatments, only your dentist or orthodontist can determine the cost based on your specific needs. Other factors may include your treatment goals, the difficulty of your case, how long you are in treatment, your orthodontic insurance coverage and additional factors determined by your dentist or orthodontist.
WILL INVISALIGN TREATMENT BE PAINFUL?
Most people experience temporary, minor discomfort at the beginning of each new stage of treatment. This short-term effect is normal and is typically described as a feeling of pressure.