Straighten your teeth invisibly with Invisalign

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Invisalign is a modern technology that straightens teeth with a series of clear custom-moulded aligners which are virtually invisible. These aligners replace the wires and brackets of traditional metal braces. Consequently, this makes orthodontic care practically unnoticeable to others. Even better, these clear aligners can be removed while you eat and brush your teeth.

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How long does it take to straighten your teeth with Invisalign?

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The average Invisalign course of treatment takes about a year. During that time you will change to a new set of aligners every ten to fourteen days. Each set of aligners are designed to gently move your teeth one step closer to their final position. Gradually, with little interference to your daily life, your treatment will be complete.  You will have developed a beautiful, healthy smile.

With Invisalign clear aligners many people may not even realize you are wearing an orthodontic appliance. That’s because each aligner is nearly invisible.  It’s a type of orthodontic helping you look good now to look great in the future!

An alternative to conventional braces

Invisalign is being used more frequently by both general dentists and orthodontists to treat:

  • Crowded teeth.
  • Gaps in teeth.
  • Shifting of teeth after braces.

Best of all Invisalign helps improve your oral health, including:

  • Healthier gums.
  • Easier cleanings.
  • Improved chewing.
  • Reduced risk of abnormal tooth wear.
  • Improved speech.

Is Red Deer Invisalign dentistry for you?

If you have crooked teeth and are interested in finding a modern treatment to straighten them, we encourage you to come in for a consultation. Regardless of your dental problem, we can help you find an effective treatment option.

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