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Invisalign - Grapevine, TX

Clear Braces - Clearly Beautiful Results

Woman putting on Invisalign clear alignerFor teens and adults who would like to fix their crooked teeth without wearing metal braces for two or more years, there is an excellent orthodontic alternative with Invisalign in Grapevine, TX. This clear braces option has already helped over 4 million people worldwide enjoy healthier, more attractive smiles. Will you or your teen be the next to enjoy all the benefits of Invisalign?

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How Does Invisalign Work?

Invisalign straightens teeth using the same orthodontic principles as traditional braces, which means it gradually moves the teeth by placing focused pressure on different areas of the bite throughout treatment. But unlike metal braces, Invisalign works using a series of clear, plastic trays that you can remove to eat and clean. 

The Invisalign aligners are created from digital scans taken of your teeth in the treatment planning phase. Once your aligners are ready, you will wear each one for two weeks before advancing to the next in the series. The trays are designed to fit your dentition as it gradually shifts throughout the treatment.

After you complete the Invisalign treatment, you will be fitted for a retainer. Most people need to wear it the majority of the day at first, and then only at night after a few months to keep their teeth in the proper position for a lifetime to come.

Invisalign vs. Traditional Braces

Invisalign offers a number of benefits compared to traditional braces, especially for image-conscious teens and busy adults.

Some of the advantages of clear braces include:

Cost of Invisalign

How much your Invisalign treatment costs depends on a few factors, including the complexity of your case, how long you need to wear the aligners, and how well you comply with the treatment. In general, Invisalign costs between $3,500 to $5,000. Schedule an appointment with your cosmetic dentist to learn more about how much your treatment might cost.

To avoid any delays and added costs with Invisalign, make sure you follow all directions carefully. Do not expose your aligners to hot temperatures, as doing so could warp or damage the plastic. Wear the trays for 20 to 22 hours each day, removing them only to eat, clean, and for limited special occasions.

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Invisalign Frequently Asked Questions

Smiling woman in dental chair for Invisalign consultationMany patients are interested in straightening their smiles with Invisalign, but before you begin any advanced treatment like Invisalign clear braces, you should always take the time to get the answers to any questions you have. In order to ensure you get the right services to meet your needs, you have to have all the necessary information to feel confident you’ve made the best choice for your smile. At Smiles by Martin, our team goes above and beyond to offer patients answers to all of their questions before beginning advanced treatments like Invisalign. Our skilled Grapevine dentist and team look forward to helping you find the best treatments to meet all of your oral health care needs. Give our team a call to find out more or keep reading to get answers to many of those Invisalign questions we hear most often.

How Does Invisalign Work?

Man looking at smile in mirror after Invisalign treatmentUnlike traditional braces that use wires to place pressure on brackets shifting teeth, Invisalign uses a series of clear plastic alignment trays to gently move teeth into their ideal alignment over the course of about 12 months of treatment. Each set of aligners will represent your smile one step closer to the ideal alignment. You’ll wear the alignment trays for about two weeks at a time, and then, you need to exchange them for the next set in the series. Every six to eight weeks, you’ll visit us for checkups to ensure your smile is shifting according to plan.

Will Invisalign Orthodontic Treatment Hurt?

Dentist talking to patient about Invisalign treatmentAnytime your body undergoes extensive procedures like orthodontics, there will be some discomfort. It’s only natural. However, unlike bracket and wire braces that irritate soft tissue in addition to the mild discomfort that is typical with any advanced treatment plan, the smooth, plastic Invisalign trays reduce sensitivity and discomfort, making Invisalign clear braces a more comfortable treatment plan for many patients.

Who Should Consider Invisalign?

Smiling man and woman in need of Invisalign treatmentInvisalign orthodontics are a great option for more patients than ever before thanks to innovations in treatment methods and materials. However, some of the best candidates for Invisalign include:

How Long Does Invisalign Treatment Take?

Every treatment plan will be uniquely catered to individual needs. However, most patients achieve their desired results within eight to eighteen months. In addition to shorter overall treatment times, patients also save time throughout Invisalign with shorter, less frequent checkup appointments.

Do I Still have to Wear a Retainer?

Yes. You will. Following orthodontic treatment of any kind, you’ll need to wear a retainer. This keeps the newly repositioned teeth firmly in place as the supportive alveolar bone and gum tissue fuse with your root system, keeping your flawlessly aligned smile in place. Luckily, we can often use retainers crafted from a clear plastic that looks very similar to your alignment trays, so even while you’re wearing a retainer, all anyone will see is a beautiful smile.

Learn More About Invisalign Today!

If you are interested in learning about the benefits of clear braces and whether or not Invisalign is right for you, we invite you to schedule a consultation with Dr. Martin. You deserve a healthy, attractive, and confident smile! Book your visit online today.

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