We are Proud to be a Certified Invisalign Provider

Invisalign is a brilliant, new method of getting beautiful, straight teeth just as you may have always wanted, without the need for braces.

What is Invisalign?

The Invisalign system uses a series of invisible, comfortable, and removable aligners to straighten your teeth.  Unlike braces, Invisalign is invisible – no one can tell you’re even wearing any sort of appliance in your mouth, so you can smile happily both during and after your treatment.  Invisalign is made with the latest 3D imaging technology and has shown lasting and proven effectiveness.

Why Invisalign?

Invisalign aligners are removable and invisible.  You can eat and drink with no problems during treatment.  With old-fashioned braces, brushing and flossing can be troublesome and the bands and wires can cause all sorts of trouble both cosmetically and with getting your teeth fully clean.  With Invisalign, you simply pop out the appliance and brush and floss normally.

Invisalign is also comfortable; no little pieces of metal to cause abrasions during treatment.  And without all those wires, you will spend less time in the office getting adjustments.

The Invisalign treatment plan is based on a 3D computer model and you can see your own virtual treatment results when you start and know how straight and wonderful your teeth will look when treatment is completed.

How Does the Invisalign System Work?

With the Invisalign system, you wear each progressive set of aligners for approximately two weeks, removing them only to brush, floss, eat and drink.

Each time you replace an aligner with the next in the series, your teeth will move. Little by little, your teeth are moved into their perfect position.

You’ll visit our office every eight weeks to ensure your treatment is progressing smoothly and as planned.  Total treatment time depends on your unique situation, however, the average is eight to twelve months. 
Come in for a complimentary consultation with one of our doctors and find out if Invisalign is right for you.  We’d love to see you.

Contact our dental office and make an appointment.  We are here to help: (703) 318-8200