Are you looking for a discreet and convenient orthodontic treatment? Invisalign might be just what you're looking for! Here's how Invisalign treatment process works.
Invisalign may be ideal for you if you're looking for an orthodontic treatment that will discreetly straighten your smile, without hassle of metal braces. Here's how Invisalign treatment process works:
Booking a consultation with your Delta dentist is the first step on your way to a straighter smile. Your dentist will examine your teeth and determine whether Invisalign could be the right orthodontic treatment option for you.
If you're a suitable candidate for Invisalign treatment, your dentist will show you what your smile could look like once the treatment process is complete.
Personalized Treatment Plan
Your dentist will take detailed scans and/or impressions of your teeth in order to help map out your custom treatment plan.
Customized Aligners are Made Just for You
Using the scans and/or impressions taken by your dentist, professionals at Invisalign's advanced manufacturing facility make your unique series of aligners.
Your custom Invisalign aligners will be made of a thin flexible plastic called called SmartTrack®. Invisalign's clear aligners do not contain any latex, gluten, BPA, or BPS.
Once your aligners arrive at your dentist's office (after about 4 weeks), your treatment is ready to begin.
When you pick up your aligners your dentist will show you how to wear them correctly, review your treatment plan with you, and check that your aligners fit properly.
At this time, your dentist will also answer any questions you may have and will let you know what to expect from your Invisalign treatment.
Throughout your Invisalign treatment, your dentist will monitor your progress and make sure that your treatment stays on track.
Live Your Life Without Interruptions
Invisalign's aligners are removable. Which means that your orthodontic treatment will fit easily into your busy day-to-day routines without the disruptions often associated with traditional metal braces.
Nothing Can Stop You Now
Get out there and smile! Your Invisalign aligners are almost invisible, so hardly anyone will notice that you are straightening your teeth.