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Advanced Dental Care of Shady Road
3040 SW 27th Avenue, Ocala, FL 34471

Are you avoiding orthodontic treatment because you don’t want to wear metal braces? Invisalign could be the perfect answer. Our experienced dentists know how to straighten teeth without the ugly metal hardware. With Invisalign® clear braces, no one has to know that a gorgeous new smile is under construction.

Invisalign Basics: Transparent Braces for a Discreet Makeover

The Invisalign aligner tray system is designed to move your teeth into position slowly over a course of 10 months to two years. During Invisalign treatment, you will wear a series of custom-crafted plastic aligners that fit directly over your teeth. After wearing a set of transparent braces for about two weeks, you’ll replace it with a new one. The process repeats until your teeth are in the correct positions. Invisalign dentists use the system to resolve a variety of orthodontic problems such as gaps between teeth and malocclusion. The trays are invisible, so you won’t be self-conscious about your smile during treatment.

What Does Treatment With Invisalign Cost?

The Invisalign treatment cost is different for each patient. Adults needing mild or moderate correction may find that their Invisalign braces cost approximately the same amount as treatment with traditional braces. While Invisalign cost may be higher for those who have complex orthodontic problems, affordable Invisalign can be a reality for almost any eligible candidate with help from Invisalign insurance coverage and our convenient financing options and budget-friendly payment options. To learn more about getting affordable Invisalign in South Ocala, contact our office.

Invisalign Length of Treatment

Like Invisalign cost, Invisalign treatment time varies based on the complexity of your dental needs. If extensive tooth rotation or repositioning is required, it may take longer than usual. Only after an orthodontic evaluation can your dentist give you an accurate estimate of treatment time. In general, completing Invisalign therapy takes between 10 months and two years. One year is the average treatment time for adults and teens. Once Invisalign has corrected your problems, you may need to wear Invisalign retainers on a long-term basis to maintain your results.

Who Are Invisalign Dentists?

Invisalign dentistry is only performed by a licensed orthodontist or a general dentist who has completed a course of special Invisalign training. A skilled and experienced Invisalign dentist can get the best results from the invisible aligner system within the shortest possible time span.

Invisalign vs Braces: Weighing Your Options

Patients who are candidates for both treatments often ask, “Is Invisalign as effective as braces?” In most cases, aligner trays can produce the exact same results as traditional metal braces without the added complications and discomfort associated with wires and brackets. Another factor to consider is how Invisalign affects your oral hygiene. Because you take the aligners out to brush and floss, it’s easier to keep your teeth and gums healthy. When it comes down to Invisalign vs braces, our dental providers can help you make the right decision. Schedule an appointment to discuss your needs and options.

Invisalign Benefits That Make Patients Smile

When comparing the benefits of braces to Invisalign benefits, there’s a clear winner. Here are a few key benefits that all Invisalign wearers enjoy.

  • Less time spent at the orthodontist’s office; visit are only needed every four to six weeks
  • No food or beverage restrictions
  • Freedom from irritating metal wires and hardware
  • A metal-free smile during treatment
  • Easier oral hygiene

Can I Get Invisalign Aligners?

If you’re an adult or teen and your orthodontic problems aren’t severe, you may be a perfect candidate for Invisalign. However, Invisalign may not be adequate for severe malocclusion or other irregularities. Invisalign dentists usually recommend Invisalign for adults and teenagers only; children’s orthodontic needs are more complex because their jaws and mouths are growing rapidly.

Can you get Invisalign on just the bottom teeth or top teeth?

It’s possible to treat only the bottom or top row of teeth, but it’s not advisable in most situations. Aligner systems work better when both arches are treated, and the cost of treatment isn’t lower if you only treat one.

How Will Invisalign Treatment Affect My Current Lifestyle?

Because there are few restrictions and maintenance is simple, treatment isn’t likely to make any significant changes to your daily routine or lifestyle in general. However, chewing gum and smoking are not recommended as these can both damage or discolor the aligner trays.

Everyday Aligner Care Guidelines

  • If one of your aligners becomes cracked, warped or damaged, contact your dental provider to obtain a new tray.
  • If possible, use the Invisalign cleaning system to clean your trays.
  • You can also brush your aligners daily and rinse them with cool or lukewarm water. Never use hot water; it can warp the plastic.

Getting Invisalign in South Ocala can boost your confidence and give you new reasons to smile. Contact us today to get started.

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