Invisalign is a type of braces that uses clear tray aligners made of plastic based on molds of your mouth. The clear aligners are a solid piece of plastic that is strong enough to gently shift misaligned teeth into their proper position. They are flexible and designed to be worn over your teeth. Every couple of weeks, the aligners are replaced until your teeth are completely shifted into their correct positions.
For many adults and teens, Invisalign aligners are the clear alternative to metal braces. More than 20 years of research has helped in the design and creation of Invisalign’s state-of-the-art 3-D technology. Since they are clear, it is very difficult for you and others to tell you are even wearing them.
What Issues Can Invisalign Treat?
Invisalign can correct a host of orthodontic issues just as effectively as traditional braces, including:
The only way to determine if Invisalign will work for you is by making an appointment with your dentist or orthodontist. They can then review your symptoms, make an accurate diagnosis and give you their recommended treatment plan. Although Invisalign is a better option for many, one of our dentists can determine the best possible route for your treatment. To find a dental office near you, visit our locations page.
Benefits of Invisalign
Many people choose Invisalign clear braces because they don’t like how traditional braces look. Invisalign braces also have fewer food and activity limitations and are more comfortable and easier to care for than traditional braces. Invisalign also requires fewer office visits and you may see results sooner than you would with traditional braces. It is important to see a dentist in order to make sure that Invisalign is the best option for you. For help finding a dentist, search for a dentist near you.
How Do I Get Invisalign Aligners?
The first step to getting Invisalign aligners is to have a consultation with your dentist. And,
with our unique Invisalign app, you can find out if you’re a candidate for Invisalign in less than three minutes.Your dentist will evaluate your teeth and take impressions of your mouth. Then, Invisalign will make your custom aligners. Your dentist will create your overall treatment plan. Dimensional Dental provides support to the largest network of Invisalign-certified dentists in New Jersey, who are all committed to getting their patients the smiles they want. To find a dental office near you, visit our locations page.