Invisalign Near You
Straighter teeth will not only improve your appearance but will also improve your oral health as they are easier to clean. However, not everyone is born with straight teeth. Braces are a common option to straighten teeth. However, the metal brackets and wires can be unappealing to some patients. That’s why we offer Invisalign in Legacy to align your teeth in a discreet way.
What is Invisalign?
Invisalign utilizes custom-made, clear aligners that gently guide your teeth to their desired positions. 3D scans of your mouth will be used to develop a treatment plan and to create your aligners. Typically, it’s recommended that patients wear their aligners for no less than twenty hours a day.
What Can Invisalign Treat?
Invisalign can treat various orthodontic concerns. However, Invisalign is usually ideal for mild to moderate cases. Your dentist will determine if you are an ideal candidate during your consultation. The following are orthodontic concerns Invisalign can correct:
- Gaps between teeth
If you are interested in learning more about Invisalign near you, please contact us to schedule a consultation.
What are the Benefits of Invisalign?
Invisalign is an excellent alternative to traditional braces. There are many reasons why a patient would opt to receive Invisalign, including the following:
- They can improve your oral health
- The treatment is customized
- The aligners are removable, making it easy to clean and floss your teeth
- There are no food restrictions
- They improve your confidence
- They improve your appearance
- They are comfortable
- They are discreet
- They require fewer in-person appointments
The Process of Receiving Invisalign
The process will begin with a consultation. Once our dentist in Legacy has determined you are an ideal candidate, we will take 3D scans of your teeth to create your aligners. After you have received your aligners, you will start your treatment by wearing them every day for twenty to twenty-two hours. You will switch to a new set as directed by your dentist. You will have to visit your dentist periodically to check on your progress. After you have completed treatment, you will wear a retainer to maintain your teeth.