Misaligned teeth can cause difficulties with speaking and eating, as well as keep your smile from looking its best.
Comfortable, removable, and nearly invisible, Invisalign® braces can straighten your teeth without the conspicuous appearance of traditional metal braces.
Rather than bonding irritating metal braces to your teeth, you will receive a set of custom-molded Invisalign® aligners that will gradually reposition your teeth without disrupting your lifestyle — simply remove the aligners to eat, brush, and floss.
Each set of Invisalign® aligners is custom-crafted based on 3-D digital models of your teeth, and designed to subtly shift the positions of your teeth with a minimum of discomfort during your treatment.
In most cases, Invisalign® produces results more quickly than traditional braces — often within six to 12 months — and thanks to the transparent materials used to make the aligners, most people won't even be able to tell when you're wearing them.
New aligners will arrive about every two weeks; simply swap out your previous set when new ones appear in your mailbox, and when all is said and done, you'll have the beautifully aligned smile you've been wanting.
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