Invisalign is the comfortable alternative to conventional braces, and if you have been avoiding wires and brackets for cosmetic reasons, Invisalign could be the answer.
The first step in the Invisalign process is to schedule an appointment with Timberview Family Dentistry and Dr. Julie Storm. Dr. Storm is an Invisalign Preferred Provider who can determine if you and Invisalign are a good fit.
Eat the foods you love
Better oral health
Less time consuming
Enjoy your food
Invisalign allows you to eat ribs, popcorn, chips, and corn on the cob, carrots, apples, licorice, bagels, nuts, and candy. Because Invisalign is removed when you eat, you don’t have to worry about damage to your wires and brackets.
Invisalign is a series, anywhere between 11 and 31 sets, of clear plastic aligners that are virtually invisible. The clear plastic aligners are so thin that you and your dentist will be the only ones who know that you are having the tooth straightening procedure.
Better Oral Health
Because you remove your aligners when you eat, brush and floss, you don’t have to worry about food particles that you could easily miss if you wear old school braces. Conventional wires and brackets make brushing and flossing extremely difficult putting you at risk when it comes to gum disease and tooth decay.
Unlike braces, Invisalign isn’t painful. Wires and brackets need to be tightened causing pain. Braces can also cause mouth sores and other problems. If a wire or bracket breaks, you could have a serious mouth injury.
Less Time Consuming
With Invisalign, you will only have to visit Dr. Storm every 6 weeks to make sure that the tooth straightening process is going according to plan. Conventional braces need to be tightened more often meaning more dental appointments. You swap out your aligners every two weeks eliminating multiple visits to the dentist’s office.
Invisalign® really is the clear alternative to straighter teeth and could be the solution for your smile.
Schedule an appointment with Dr. Julie Storm from Timberview Dentistry who can determine your candidacy.