At Summerlin Dental, we understand that there is not a one-size-fits-all approach to orthodontic treatment. That’s why we are pleased to offer our patients our complete Invisalign treatments.
Invisalign is a groundbreaking new approach to orthodontic care, because it allows you to get the orthodontic results you want without requiring you to wear traditional wire braces. This is a popular option among adults, who often wish to improve their smile without make it known to the world.
Virtually invisible, Invisalign offers a series of hard plastic aligners that gradually move your teeth to the optimal position. Depending on your personalized Invisalign treatment, you will wear each set of aligners for around two to three weeks before moving to the next.
Invisalign offers you greater flexibility when it comes to your teeth. Unlike traditional braces, you are not restricted from eating certain foods; with Invisalign, you can simply pop your aligners out and eat whatever you’d like. Of course, for optimal results, you’ll need to wear your aligners for most of the day – preferably at least 21 to 22 hours.
Preparing for Your Summerlin Invisalign Treatment
During your Invisalign consultation, we’ll discuss your orthodontic goals and determine a treatment plan that works with your lifestyle, budget and goals. Invisalign offers several options for treatment. A full treatment plan can take anywhere from one to two years, while an express treatment can be completed in about six months to less than a year.
Once your Summerlin Invisalign treatment is complete and you’ve achieved your desired results, your ongoing treatment is easy; you’ll just need to wear your retainer every night to prevent your teeth from moving back.
If you’ve been procrastinating orthodontic treatment because you don’t like the thought of wearing traditional braces, Invisalign treatments may be the answer for you. Give us a call today to schedule your free consultation, and find out why so many adults have improved their smiles – and their lives – through Invisalign.