Straight Teeth and Great Smiles With Invisalign®

What is Invisalign treatment?

Invisalign treatment uses a series of clear, removable aligners to gradually straighten teeth. They allow you to get the straight, flawless smile you’re looking for without any of the brackets or wires used in metal braces.

The Invisalign clear aligners themselves are made of a clear, flexible plastic called Smarttrack® which was created specifically for this use. It’s FDA approved and contains no BPA, BPS, latex, or gluten. The aligners are designed to fit snugly over your teeth, making them almost invisible.

How does Invisalign treatment work?

The first step in Invisalign treatment is a scan of your mouth. This is used to create a digital model of your mouth, which Dr. Abeyta will then use to make a map of your treatment plan. The clear aligners are designed to apply just the right amount of force at the right time and in the right direction to move your teeth into their proper position and alignment. The treatment plan consists of a series of aligners that gradually move your teeth so that they match up perfectly and form a perfect smile.

Who is Invisalign treatment for?

Invisalign treatment can correct almost all common teeth straightening and bite alignment issues. Dr. Abeyta will discuss exactly what kind of results you can expect from Invisalign treatment at your first consultation.

What are the benefits of Invisalign?

Besides being less visible, Invisalign treatment has a couple of other advantages over traditional, metal braces. They’re removable for eating and drinking, and they’re much easier to keep clean than metal braces. The aligners are custom trimmed to avoid irritating the gum line, and the flexible plastic of the aligners is much more comfortable for most people than the wires and cleats of metal braces.

Ready to get started on your Invisalign treatment and improve your smile? Still have more questions? Call the office or contact us via the contact form to set up your consultation or with any questions you might have.