We are a Certified Invisalign Provider
Reese Orthodontics is a New Hope Invisalign certified provider. If you are looking to achieve the smile of your dreams without advertising the fact that you are in treatment, speak with us about using Invisalign.
Invisalign isn’t for everyone. If you have significant problems that need to be corrected, other appliances must be used. Also, some teens are not good candidates for Invisalign since it is removable and they struggle to remember to put the aligners back in. But, if your issues are mild to moderate and you are confident you can remember to put your aligners back in after eating, brushing, and flossing, you will make a great Invisalign candidate.
If you think Invisalign is a treatment option that will work for you, read below to learn more.
What is Invisalign?
Invisalign treatment uses plastic aligners to gently move your teeth into place. These aligners are invisible, removable, and comfortable. Made using 3D imagining technology that maps your mouth and creates a detailed treatment plan, they are often more effective than traditional braces on patients with mild to moderate orthodontic problems.
What Makes It Special?
In addition to the fact that it offers invisible treatment, Invisalign also offers very convenient treatment. Below are some of the reasons it is one of the most convenient forms of treatment available to you.
- Invisalign is removable, which means you can eat, brush, and floss as your always have.
- Invisalign is comfortable because there are no metal pieces to cause irritation.
- Invisalign works with your schedule because you make the adjustments by swapping out aligners and only need to see us every 6 to 8 weeks.
How Does It Work?
You will be given a series of aligners at a time. Every two weeks, you change to a new one. Each new aligner places forces on your teeth in a strategic manner to get them into the ideal placement as quickly as possible. Treatment time averages 15 months, using up to 30 different aligners during this time.
To learn more about Invisalign and find out if it is right for you, schedule your initial consultation.
For more information on Invisalign, you can visit the Invisalign website.