Have you been thinking about getting braces so that you will have a beautiful and straight smile? If so, you should visit us at our Premier Family Dental Care office. At our dental practice, our dentist can provide you with Clifton teeth straightening using Invisalign invisible braces; our two top-notch dentists and orthodontists are Dr. Shahmehdi and Dr. Naba Hadi.
At our dental practice, patients are able to get Clifton teeth straightening with Invisalign invisible braces from our orthodontists. Invisalign is often referred to as invisible braces because the clear plastic aligners used in treatment are virtually invisible to others while they are being worn. In order to be treated with Invisalign, CAD/CAM computer technology will be used to make an individualized set of aligners for each patient. Depending on the bite problem being corrected, this series of Invisalign aligners will have anywhere between 15 and 45 aligners in it. Each aligner is worn in sequence for two weeks. While you are wearing the aligner, your teeth will slowly be moved into position so that the next aligner in the series can be worn. Once you have completed wearing all of the aligners in your treatment package, you will have your beautiful and straightened new smile. Patients also enjoy being treated with Invisalign braces by our orthodontists because it means they can eat anything they want during the entire treatment time. This is because the clear plastic aligners are removed by our patients during meals. Patients also remove their aligners each day so that they can thoroughly brush and floss their teeth. However, our patients still believe that the greatest benefit to being treated with Invisalign invisible braces is that they can attend work and social gatherings without anyone ever knowing that they are having their teeth straightened.
If you would like to meet with our dentist to see if you are a good candidate for Clifton teeth straightening using Invisalign invisible braces, contact us today.
By Premiere Family Dental Care
November 29, 2016