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Clear Braces in Less Time with Invisalign®

Unfortunately, conventional braces make it impossible to brush underneath increasing your risk of cavities. Invisalign® eliminates the risk as you remove them when you brush, floss and eat.

As a certified and licensed provider, I have the tools to determine if you are a good fit for clear braces. If you are, I will come up with an Invisalign® blueprint for your upcoming treatment.

What is Invisalign®?

Invisalign® is a unique system that uses 11 to 31 sets of clear plastic aligners. These aligners are designed to be swapped out every week or two dependant on your custom-made plan. The patented smooth plastic invisible liners gently push your teeth into position. This could take between 8 and 18 months depending on your situation.

What Invisalign® is Good For

If you have crooked, rotated, or tipped teeth, clear braces could be a good alternative to conventional wires and brackets. Clear braces also work for people who have small spaces between their teeth.

What is the Invisalign® Process?

After you receive your clear plastic aligners, you will wear them for 22 hours each day, removing when you brush, floss, and enjoy a meal. Every 7 to 14 days you will remove your aligners and replace with the next in the series. You will only need to come into my dental practice in Downtown Portland every six weeks or so to determine if everything is going to plan. After treatment, you can expect a beautiful smile that will definitely impress.

Find out if you are a good candidate for clear braces and call my office for an appointment There is no obligation and it’s more affordable than you think.

Call and schedule a no obligation Invisalign® consultation with my Downtown Portland dental practice today.

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