Are you an adult looking to correct your teeth, but don’t want traditional metal braces? Invisalign® may be a solution for you!
Why choose Invisalign versus traditional braces?
Braces aren’t just for kids and teens anymore. We are seeing more adults and teens who want orthodontic treatment—without conventional metal braces. Invisalign gradually moves your teeth into alignment through a series of custom-made, removable aligners (essentially, clear braces that are plastic retainers). With Invisalign removable aligners, you can remove the aligners for short periods of time in professional settings, for photos, to eat, and to brush and floss easily. Invisalign clear aligners also allow you to eat what you want (after removing the aligners), whereas traditional braces require being careful about eating chewy, sticky or very hard foods.
During your free consultation with a First Choice treatment coordinator, we’ll determine if Invisalign is a good choice for you.
Choose a certified, experienced orthodontist who can ensure you’ll achieve the straight, healthy smile you’re looking for with Invisalign or another type of braces.
“Do-it-yourself” teeth straightening equipment can do serious, lasting damage to your teeth and gums that can be expensive to fix. Unlike mail-order appliances, every Invisalign treatment begins with an in-person consultation with an orthodontist that considers your entire dental health—and the results are often better.
Call to Schedule a Free Consultation
Your free consultation includes an exam, x-rays, and a treatment discussion with your orthodontist. There’s absolutely no charge, and there’s no obligation to find out if you’re in need of orthodontic treatment. We will discuss what braces can do for your smile and your oral health—then answer any questions you may have.
May 12, 2021
Did you know that the American Association of Orthodontics recommends that all children have a checkup with an orthodontic specialist beginning at seven years old? If you remember getting braces in your tweens and teens, seven may sound young; however, orthodontists can now detect subtle tooth and jaw development issues much earlier—even while a child’s baby teeth are still present. Read More
February 15, 2021
Our priority as your dental care provider is to preserve and protect your health and safety. As always, we continue to follow all guidelines set forth by the CDC, OSHA and the ADA. Read More