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A fresh new approach to straightening teeth, Invisalign® in Brandon can help you achieve a stunning smile without metal wires or brackets. Invisalign is an effective treatment for malocclusion, spacing issues, overbite and underbite, and much more. If you’re ready to achieve a dazzling smile, call our office today to learn more about Invisalign.
What is Invisalign?
Invisalign treatment consists of flexible, BPA-free plastic aligners that are personalized to fit your teeth. Your Invisalign dentist creates the aligners using X-rays and 3D images of your mouth, ensuring a perfect fit. The aligners are worn over the teeth, applying the right amount of pressure to shift your teeth into place. You’ll change to a new set of aligners every two weeks. Best of all, the aligners are transparent, allowing you to straighten your teeth discreetly.
How Much Will Invisalign Cost?
Like most orthodontic treatments, Invisalign is completely customized to meet each patient’s needs. The length of your treatment, your insurance coverage, and the severity of your case will factor into your Invisalign cost. Only an experienced dentist can evaluate your case and determine your Invisalign cost. Call our office today to book your appointment and learn more about our financing options.
How Long Does Invisalign Take?
Invisalign in Brandon can help you achieve a great smile in as little as one year. On average, most patients will finish treatment in anywhere from ten months to two years. Your dentist will provide a timeline for your treatment, using 3D technology to show you what your teeth will look like at each stage of treatment. If you’re ready to achieve the confidence that comes with a straighter smile, why wait? Call us today to get started with Invisalign.
Receiving Invisalign treatment is an important health decision that should be made with the advice of a knowledgeable dentist. At our practice, you’ll find experienced Invisalign dentists who have the education necessary to provide clear aligners. You’ll receive great results from Invisalign in as little time as possible.
Invisalign vs Braces
Many patients feel the primary advantage of Invisalign over braces is that clear braces allow you to live your normal life without interference. Unlike regular braces, there are no cumbersome metal wires to tighten and no food restrictions with clear aligners. Invisalign is a proven solution for moderate orthodontic issues for adults and teens. However, people with severe alignment issues may benefit from regular braces. Only experienced Invisalign dentists can decide which treatment option is right for you.
Benefits of Invisalign
Why choose Invisalign in Brandon? Invisalign can correct a host of orthodontic issues, but you’ll also enjoy many benefits during treatment, including:
- Enjoying the foods and beverages you love
- Fewer trips to the dentist’s office
- The ability to brush and floss teeth like you normally would
- A clear, metal-free smile
Is Invisalign Right for Me?
Invisalign is a proven way to correct mild to moderate orthodontic issues in teens and adults. However, Invisalign isn’t recommended for young children because their mouths are still developing. If you’re interested in learning more about Invisalign, schedule an appointment at our office. One of our experienced dentists will evaluate your case and determine whether you’re a candidate for Invisalign.
Does Insurance Cover Invisalign?
When considering Invisalign, check with your insurance provider to determine if your plan includes orthodontic coverage. Many plans offer coverage for Invisalign just as they would for regular braces. We also offer a variety of flexible payment options if your plan doesn’t cover Invisalign. With easy monthly payments, our financing plans can make the cost of Invisalign affordable.
Caring for Teeth After Invisalign
Keeping your teeth healthy is a lifelong process. You should continue to brush, floss, and use mouthwash just as you were during your Invisalign treatment. Regular cleanings and oral exams from our office will also keep your teeth healthy and looking great. You also may be required to wear Invisalign retainers to help preserve your results, which are typically worn overnight.