The Invisalign system is a new way to straighten your teeth and improve your smile without using metal wires and brackets. Instead, this innovative approach uses a series of clear, removable plastic trays to gradually move your teeth to the ideal position. The clear aligners are virtually unnoticeable by other people, so no one knows
When it comes to straightening your teeth for a more confident smile, the end result is more or less the same when using either regular metal braces or the Invisalign system. However, many people prefer the latter for many reasons. The Invisalign system uses a combination of advanced 3D computer imaging technology and a series
Invisalign has been gaining popularity as an alternative orthodontic treatment to the traditional metal braces. The new technology is just as effective for treating most orthodontic issues and improving your smile, but it uses clear aligners that are more comfortable, hygienic, and discrete. The Invisalign system uses a series of custom-made removable aligners to gradually
The Invisalign system is used to correct mild to moderate orthodontic issues such as overcrowded or protruding teeth, malocclusion or bad bite, or under/cross/overbites. Many people prefer Invisalign over traditional braces because: The clear aligners are less noticeable The aligners are removable, which makes it easier to maintain your normal diet and oral care routine.
Invisalign treatment is a new approach to move your teeth discreetly using transparent plastic orthodontic appliances rather than metal wires and brackets. The treatment uses a series of clear, removable, custom-made trays that are fabricated using CAD/CAM technology to move your teeth in small increments. Clear aligners not only offer the same benefits as traditional
Invisalign is a cutting-edge approach to straightening your teeth with minimal interference to how you live. The treatment uses a series of custom-made clear aligners that are specifically designed to fit over your teeth, and gradually and gently move them into the right position based on the precise movements that your dentist will discuss with