Invisible, comfortable, removable: Invisalign
Invisalign braces are nearly invisible, removable braces that allow you to straighten your teeth without the need for traditional metal braces. Invisalign may be the easiest way to improve your smile. Invisalign can be used to treat a vast majority of common orthodontic problems for teens and adults of all ages, including crowded teeth, wide-spaced teeth, overbites, underbites, and even crossbites. They’re comfortable to wear and easy to remove when you brush, floss, or eat. And since Invisalign braces are nearly invisible, the wearers can straighten their teeth without unwanted attention.
Invisalign is made to fit your lifestyle.
For those who are seeking an alternative to traditional orthodontic treatment, Invisalign braces are a comfortable, popular aligner technology. Easy to remove and convenient for teens and adults of all ages, Invisalign braces allow you to craft the smile you’ve always wanted, without the application of standard metal braces.
The Invisalign process begins when Dr. Bakhtyari takes x-rays, pictures and impressions of your teeth. This information is sent to the Invisalign labs where a customized set of invisible braces are manufactured specifically for you. Invisalign allows you to wear each set of clear aligners for a period of two week or more. You can easily remove your Invisalign braces to eat, drink, brush and floss. As you replace each set of aligners with the next set in the Invisalign series, your teeth will progressively move until they reach the position that Dr. Bakhtyari has prescribed for you. The average treatment time for Invisalign braces is about a year.
Look your best during and after treatment.
We all want to look our best, especially at school, work, and with our friends. When a need for orthodontic care arises, most worry about how traditional braces will feel and how our friends or co-workers will react. Because Invisalign braces are nearly invisible, most will never know you’re straightening your teeth.
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