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Invisalign® Info

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As an Invisalign provider, we offer an alternative solution for straightening your teeth without traditional braces. Schedule a complimentary consultation with our doctor to determine if Invisalign suits you.

What is it?

Invisalign treatment involves a series of nearly invisible, removable aligners designed to enhance your smile discreetly and comfortably. Crafted with 3D computer imaging technology, these aligners are proven effective in achieving desired results.


In addition to being virtually invisible, Invisalign aligners are removable, allowing you to enjoy your favorite foods and maintain oral hygiene with ease. Unlike traditional braces, Invisalign is wire-free, offering enhanced comfort and fewer visits to the doctor for adjustments. With Invisalign, you can even visualize your treatment plan from the start, gaining insight into the transformation of your smile.


You wear each set of aligners for approximately two weeks, removing them only for eating, drinking, brushing, and flossing. Gradually, your teeth will shift into their desired positions as you progress through the series of aligners. Regular check-ups with us every six weeks ensure your treatment progresses as intended. On average, treatment duration spans nine to 15 months, with the number of aligners typically ranging between 18 and 30, though this varies depending on individual cases.