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Invisalign® OKC

Invisalign® OKC

Are you tired of hiding your smile because of crooked teeth or gaps? Invisalign® treatment at TimberView Dentistry might be the solution you’ve been searching for. You can even preview your new smile using our SmileView tool!

Invisalign® treatment is an innovative teeth-straightening method that uses a series of clear aligners to gently shift teeth into their correct positions. Unlike traditional metal braces, these aligners are virtually invisible, allowing you to straighten your teeth without anyone knowing. Here are some of the many benefits of Invisalign treatment.

Invisible and Discreet

One of the most significant benefits of Invisalign® is that the clear aligners are virtually invisible. Unlike traditional metal braces, Invisalign® aligners are made of clear plastic and are barely noticeable. This means you can straighten your teeth without anyone knowing, giving you the confidence to smile without hesitation.

Comfortable

Invisalign® aligners are made of a smooth, comfortable plastic that is designed to fit your teeth perfectly. Unlike traditional metal braces, there are no brackets or wires to irritate your mouth or cause discomfort. This means you can enjoy the benefits of teeth straightening without the pain or inconvenience of traditional braces.

Removable

Invisalign® aligners are removable, making it easy to eat and drink without any restrictions. Unlike traditional braces, where you have to avoid certain foods, you can continue to eat your favorite foods with Invisalign®. Additionally, the aligners can be removed for brushing and flossing, allowing you to maintain your oral hygiene routine with ease.

Customized

Invisalign® treatment is customized to meet your specific needs. The team at TimberView will take precise measurements of your teeth to create a customized treatment plan that will gradually shift your teeth into their correct positions. As you progress through the treatment, we will monitor your progress and make any necessary adjustments to ensure the best results.

Shorter Treatment Time

Invisalign® treatment typically takes less time than traditional braces. While the length of treatment varies depending on the severity of your case, most Invisalign® treatments take between 6 to 18 months, compared to traditional braces, which can take up to two years.

Improved Oral Health

Invisalign® treatment can also improve your oral health. Crooked teeth and gaps can create spaces where food particles can get trapped, leading to plaque buildup and tooth decay. By straightening your teeth with Invisalign®, you can reduce the risk of dental problems and improve your overall oral health.

Invisalign® OKC

In conclusion, Invisalign® treatment at TimberView Dentistry offers many benefits beyond just straighter teeth. With its invisible, comfortable, and customized design, Invisalign® is an excellent option for anyone looking to improve their smile. To learn more about Invisalign® treatment, schedule a consultation with TimberView Dentistry today!

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