Invisalign is the new groundbreaking technology in orthodontics, invisible aligners are being utilized to correct misaligned teeth. Instead of the traditional wired braces that are very noticeable, your teeth will be straightened invisibly.
At your first appointment a treatment plan will be mapped out by the physician. Pictures and impressions of your teeth will be taken with the advanced computerized technology. The physician will carefully plan your future tooth movements by creating a timeline that’s best for you.
The customized aligners will be made for you to wear at each stage of the treatment process. The set of aligners are typically worn for about two weeks. They can only be removed during the treatment process to drink, eat, floss and brush.
When you are ready for the next set of aligners, your teeth will start to move little by little. The treatment will continue until your teeth have straightened to their final position that the physician ordered.
The treatment plan that is mapped out typically averages for about a total of eleven months. The aligners that are worn during the treatment process is between about 18 and 30, it will vary on each individuals needs.
Common Problems That The Invisalign Will Address
- Crowding of the teeth
- Spacing and gaps
It’s also important to select a physician who has previous experience of treating cases like yours. Adults or teens can take advantage of Invisalign and the treatment process.
The cost of the Invisalign treatment is comparable to the cost of the traditional braces. The cost may range anywhere from $3000.00-$8000.00 in the United States. Your physician can determine your actual cost based on specific needs. Contact your dental insurance provider to discuss your coverage.
The Invisalign process has been effective and proven in clinical research studies in the orthodontic practices nationwide. The orthodontist’s are highly experienced and strive for great customer service and care. If you are ready to visit the dental experts, give us a call to schedule your appointment and map out your dental plan.