What Is Invisalign?
A number of patients come into our office seeking a way to straighten crooked teeth. We provide orthodontic treatment plans designed to improve your smile. Invisalign is one of the most popular ways to straighten teeth as you do not need to wear braces. This technology uses a series of clear, removable aligners that slowly move your teeth until they become properly aligned. No ugly brackets, no metal wires, and now plastic bands to worry about! Our Invisalign treatment plan will help you achieve a straight, neat, smile.
Come into our Richmond, UT, dental office to see first-hand how Invisalign works. Using 3-D computer imaging technology coupled with a complete treatment plan, we will lay out approximately how long it will take before your crooked smile becomes a straight one. A series of custom-made clear aligners are made to perfectly fit over your teeth. Each new aligner will be slightly different and needs to be worn for approximately two weeks before replacing it with the next set. Patients will continue to change the aligners until the final position of your teeth is set and you have a straight smile.
Why Choose Invisalign?
If you need to straighten your smile, you may be wondering which treatment plan is best. Cherry Creek Dental will lay out different treatment methods to show you which one will help you achieve the results. We will discuss approximately how long it will take, how much it will cost, and what you can expect during the treatment. We recommend Invisalign for the following reasons:
- Clear. You can straighten your smile without anyone knowing.
- Removable. Unlike metal or clear brackets, Invisalign is removable. Brushing the teeth is easy with Invisalign as you do not need to brush around a bracket. Patients are able to maintain oral health without the concerns most patients with braces have to deal with.
- Comfort. You will not have brackets that push your gums out or cause mouth irritation.
Contact Cherry Creek Dental if you need Invisalign in Utah. We will create a custom treatment plan for you to review before we start the process. Call today for more information (435) 258-2301.