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Improve your smile and your health without the appearance of traditional braces. Our office offers Invisalign as an alternative to traditional braces. Invisalign creates custom fitted removable trays, changed every two weeks or so, that progressively straighten, align and improve your smile. Invisalign Aligners are clear and virtually unnoticeable. People will notice you smiling more often!Invisalign procedures usually take about a year. The results cannot be disputable.Invisalign has other advantages beyond aesthetics.

  • The removable trays allow for easier cleaning and oral hygiene practices
  • Normal brushing and flossing regimens can be maintained.
  • Trays can be removed when eating
  • Irritation from metal braces is avoided
  • Properly aligned teeth aid in speech, chewing, gum and bone health.

Ask us about Invisalign on your next visit.

 

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