Saturday, May 26, 2012

Invisalign: As Easy as 1, 2, 3!


Invisalign®:
As Easy as 1, 2, 3!
As Easy as 1, 2, 3!
Looking to improve your smile, but eager to keep your treatment to yourself? Consider Invisalign, the invisible way to straighten teeth. The clear, custom aligners are removable, which makes for easy eating, brushing and flossing, and no disruption of your lifestyle. More significantly, you do not face the challenges of having brackets to contend with for the treatment period. More than 1.7 million people have chosen Invisalign in their quest for a healthy, appealing, and more confident smile. The process is simple:
1. We’ll Create a Custom Treatment Plan for You
First we’ll take impressions of your teeth. Based on their current position and their ideal end position, we’ll create a treatment plan that maps out the movement of your teeth with a series of Invisalign aligners.
2. Your Unique Set of Aligners Are Created
Using precision-computer mapping and design, a series of clear, removable aligners are custom-molded to fit your treatment plan. We’ll provide you with your aligners and precise instructions on how long each aligner is to be worn.
3. Wear Your Aligners to Guide Your Teeth into Place
Wear each set of aligners night and day for the prescribed time period, removing them only to eat, brush and floss. We’ll set regular check-ups to monitor your progress. While treatment duration varies, adult treatment typically takes a year, while for younger patients treatment is comparable to that of traditional braces.
Before you know it, you’ll see a straighter, healthier, and more confident smile in the mirror. To learn more about this exciting treatment at our practice, visit our website or give us a call and come in for a consultation!

3 comments:

  1. Orthodontics helps people to have a a healthier mouth,a more pleasing appearance and teeth that are more likely to last a lifetime.Dr.khosla,an Orthodontist

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  2. I guess my son's dentist wants him to get braces and that means he is going to be needing to do regular visits with the orthodontist. He hates going to the dentist and h hated this news. I just hope that he can deal with things well and it does not cause him to be even more scared and worried to go to the dentist. I just wish he didn't have to get braces at such a young age.
    Jak Manson | http://www.marorthodontics.ca

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