Invisalign – A clear alternative to braces.
Invisalign is an almost invisible solution to your dental crowding and spacing problems. Using a series of removable, clear aligners, Invisalign straightens your teeth right before your eyes. In fact, almost no one will know you are wearing aligners unless you tell them. Change them every one to two weeks, and your teeth will move ‘little by little’ toward the smile you’ve always wanted.
Aligners are comfortable to wear and easy to live with. Every month or two visit Dr. Widen to check your progress and get new aligners, plus the average treatment time is only six to eighteen months. Because the aligners are removable, continue to eat your favorite foods and brush and floss normally to keep your teeth and gums healthy, although you should not eat, drink, brush or floss with the aligners in.
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DOES YOUR SMILE REFLECT THE REAL YOU?
Q: Does Invisalign really work?
A: Yes. In orthodontic and general dental practices worldwide, Invisalign is effective at straightening teeth. Over 5 million patients with a wide range of dental challenges have been treated with Invisalign.
Q: How does it work?
A: Invisalign uses 3-D computer imaging technology to design the complete treatment from start to finish. From this plan, a series of custom-made aligners unique to your treatment is fabricated. You wear each aligner for one to two weeks and is then replaced with the next aligner and gradually, the teeth move toward their final position.
Q: How much does it cost?
A: The Invisalign system is similar in price to traditional braces and because treatment costs vary from patient to patient, the cost of your treatment is determined during your initial consultation with Dr. Widen.
Treatment may be covered if your dental insurance includes orthodontic treatment. Talk to your insurance provider to determine the extent of coverage for your treatment. Ask Nichole about affordable financing options that may be available to fit your budget. In addition, use your Flexible Spending Account, if your employer provides it.
Millions of people have already discovered Invisalign. Maybe it’s time you were one of them.
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