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1346 Wingate St. NE
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A series of transparent, custom-made, removable appliances called aligners are used to straighten your teeth with a system called Invisalign®. Because it’s so subtle, no one will suspect you’re straightening your teeth with it.

Advanced 3-D computer graphics and orthodontia’s 100-year-old science come together in the Invisalign system. Your orthodontist will use Invisalign aligners to gradually shift your teeth into the ultimate position they have specified. At each step of treatment, the aligners are properly calculated and produced to suit your mouth. Visit our office to find out whether Invisalign is the appropriate treatment option for you. As little as 12 or as many as 48 carefully calibrated aligners may be created using Invisalign’s sophisticated computer technology once exact treatment instructions are sent. A pair of aligners is worn for around two weeks and is only removed for eating and cleaning. Throughout the course of treatment, your teeth will progressively shift into their ultimate position as you replace one aligner with the next. That will put a huge smile on your face!

We recommend visiting the Invisalign website or reading commonly asked question section to learn more about Invisalign and how it works.

Only an orthodontist who has been trained and certified by Align Technology may diagnose and treat with Invisalign to assure the best outcomes possible. You’ll have to see an orthodontist to find out whether this is a good choice for you. Invisalign may help you get the smile of your dreams, so give us a call to schedule an appointment.