Invisalign uses a series of clear, removable and comfortable aligners to move your teeth. You wear each set of aligners for two weeks removing them only to eat, drink, brush and floss. As you replace each aligner with the next one in the series, your teeth will move little by little until they have straightened to their final position. You’ll visit us about every 6 weeks to ensure your treatment is progressing as planned. Total treatment time averages 9-15 months.
There are many factors that determine the cost of your Invisalign treatment. If your dental plan covers orthodontic treatment you may qualify for Invisalign. We offer easy monthly payments to coincide with your insurance plan, and we accept most major credit cards. Call us at 780.444.3002 and lets make a payment arrangement that work for you.
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Sure, there are other options out there for straightening your teeth, but none offers the level of comfort, convenience and confidence that you’ll find with Invisalign®. And no matter what stage you’re at in life, you’ll appreciate how our cutting-edge approach to treatment has minimal interference in how you live, but has a significant positive impact on how you look and feel about yourself.
While the results may appear the same—a confident, beautiful smile—when you stop and actually compare Invisalign® to other teeth-straightening options, the advantages become quite apparent. Knowing the pros and cons of each option ahead of time will help you make a more confident decision.
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|Treats most common cases such as crowding, spacing, crossbite, overbite and underbite effectively.|
|Aligns and straightens your teeth over time.|
|The device allows you to eat the foods you love whenever you like.|
|Allows you to remove the device from your teeth whenever you want.|
|Lets us straighten your teeth virtually invisibly.|
|Brush and floss your teeth with no obstructions for optimal oral health.|
|Consists of smooth, comfortable plastic instead of sharp metal that is more likely to irritate your cheeks and gums.|
|Frees up your busy schedule, with office visits only every four to six weeks.|