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Path to a Better Smile
Are you a bit unhappy with your smile? Maybe your teeth are crooked. Maybe you have an overbite or an underbite or gaps. Perhaps your teeth are crowded. Whatever the case, you want a better smile but don't want the bulky brackets, unsightly wires, and painful bands of traditional braces. Invisalign® might just be the perfect alternative for you. Invisalign® is a precise system of clear, removable, custom trays, called aligners, that straighten your teeth incrementally, comfortably, and in many cases, in less time than braces.
A Clear Difference
The Invisalign® system for fixing orthodontic alignment is clearly different from that of traditional braces. Using clear, almost invisible, aligners, Invisalign® is more aesthetically pleasing than braces. Most people won't even see your aligners. The Invisalign® aligners are also clearly more comfortable. Although some soreness can be expected, the aligners adjust your teeth incrementally so there is less discomfort. The aligners are changed about every two weeks. Also, since the aligners are removable, unlike braces, you take them out to eat, drink, brush and floss, thus making oral hygiene simpler.
Is Invisalign® for everyone? No, it is not for everyone and every case; however, many types of cases can be successfully treated with Invisalign®. The types of treatable cases include: crowded teeth, overbite, underbite, crossbite, gap teeth, open bite, etc. Minor cases can be treated as well as some extensive cases. Come in for an evaluation to determine if you are a good candidate for Invisalign®.
Don't let cost stand in the way of a better smile! The cost of Invisalign® is comparable to braces, but it has the advantages of allowing you to continue living and caring for your teeth as you always have. There are many ways to make Invisalign® affordable for you. Did you know that many insurance plans cover some of the cost of Invisalign®? You may be able to use tax-free dollars from your FSA or HSA. You may also be able to arrange a payment plan. You have options!