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Fairfield Invisalign®

No one wants to hide their smile due to deformed teeth. Traditional braces, Invisalign®, and dental veneers are three procedures used to realign your teeth. Invisalign® uses a sequence of custom made plastic aligners to straighten your teeth allowing a comfortable alternative to metal braces. These aligners act like invisible braces allowing your teeth to be straightened comfortably and discreetly. A huge number of patients report total satisfaction with the Invisalign® treatment and the stunning results.

Why Choose Invisalign®

Invisalign® is one of the most popular orthodontic procedures to fix crooked teeth. Smile Time Dental is a certified Invisalign® provider and can create a sequence of 18 to 30 aligners. Each aligner is used for 2 weeks at a time and then replaced with a new aligner. Each aligner will shift your teeth gradually your teeth will steadily progress and by the final aligner you will have the smile you always wanted. 

Invisalign® Advantages:

  • Discreet and nearly invisible 
  • Can be taken off to eat or brush your teeth 
  • Smooth against your lips and teeth

You will never have to hide your smile because Invisalign® is practically invisible. If you are self conscious of the look of braces Invisalign® is a discrete alternative. The entire process is usually 9 to 15 months long determined by the location of your teeth in your mouth. 

Is Invisalign® Right For Me

Invisalign® is a great solution for people that want to straighten their teeth without the typical problems of braces. Sometimes Invisalign® is not the right fit for everyone. 

If you have a more serious case that involves some of the below conditions your dentist may not recommend Invisalign® for your situation:

  • Odd tooth shape having round or short teeth may not be able to align properly in Invisalign®
  • Gapped or crowded teeth Invisalign® does not put enough force to straighten overcrowded or misaligned teeth
  • Dental bridge due to bridges being connected to your teeth it is difficult for the aligners to shift your teeth
  • Misaligned jaws Invisalign® are not made to help improve your jaw position or bite into alignment

If you are a good candidate for Invisalign® this regimen can gradually and gently shift your teeth so they become perfectly spaced and aligned in your mouth. More adults than teenagers have Invisalign® due to the discipline of caring and wearing their aligners and their teeth are already grown in. Invisalign® is acclaimed for being effective and comfortable.

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Fairfield Invisalign FAQ

Q: Does Invisalign hurt? 

A: On average patients feels tightness when using a new aligner but typically diminishes within a couple of days. Discomfort feels like a light pressure on your teeth. 

Q: How do I preserve my final outcome? 

A: After your treatment plan you will need to use a retainer to preserve your teeth from shifting back. We offer several options for retainers. 

Q: How long do I wear my Invisalign aligners? 

A: It is recommended that you wear your Invisalign 22 hours everyday and they should be removed when you eat or when you brush and floss your teeth. 

Q: Does Invisalign produce the same results as regular braces? 

A: Both orthodontic appliances work towards the goal of straight teeth there’s no way to tell which one was used at the end. 

Q: Are there food or drink restrictions? 

A: You can eat or drink anything while in treatment just be sure to take out your Invisalign when brushing your teeth and eating. 

Q: What is Invisalign made of? 

A: Aligners are made of a flexible thin medical-grade thermoplastic that is bpa, bps, latex, and gluten free. 

Q: Is every dentist an Invisalign provider?

A: Only qualified dentists are certified Invisalign providers. Dentists need to be specially trained and attended special courses to become qualified. 

Q: Does my dental insurance cover Invisalign? 

A: Many dental insurance plans will cover a portion of Invisalign. You should contact your insurance to find out how much your plan covers.