Straighten your teeth without traditional metal mouth braces with Invisalign®.
Here is how it works: Dr. Papadakis and Dr. Gonzalez will take an impression of your existing teeth. The model made from the impression will be analyzed with 3-D computer imaging technology.
The computer will figure out how to straighten your teeth and over what time. A series of clear plastic aligners will be made for you to wear.
You’ll visit your dentist at regular intervals to check your progress. Congratulations! When you’re finished wearing each clear aligner in the series, your treatment will be complete and you will have straighter teeth and the beautiful smile you deserve.
You will wear each aligner for two weeks. They are virtually invisible and unnoticeable.
You change your aligner every two weeks until treatment is complete. (usually 6-14 months) This is truly 21st century dentistry it’s best!
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Whether your smile needs minor improvements or more extensive adjustments, Invisalign can certainly help.
It’s successful in treating overly crowded or widely spaced teeth.
It can also relieve more complex issues, including overbites, underbites and even crossbites. In fact, your dentist can use Invisalign clear aligners in all or part of just about any treatment plan.
Because Invisalign uses clear plastic aligners to position and straighten teeth, you can keep your active lifestyle during treatment.
Unlike braces, Invisalign aligners have no metal bands or wires to irritate your mouth. So go ahead and be as active as you like.
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Since Invisalign is removable, just take the clear aligners out for special events or if you’re going to indulge in a sticky, gooey snack.
An average Invisalign course of treatment takes about a year. You’ll see your dentist every six to eight weeks for adjustments and to check progress.
At regular intervals, you’ll receive a new set of custom-molded clear aligners to continue the straightening process. The total number of clear aligners is specific to you, determined by your doctor for your course of treatment.
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