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Invisalign® vs Braces

When choosing between Invisalign® or braces to help straighten teeth, a lot of people don’t know much about the benefits of using Invisalign® but we will tell you everything you need to know about our favorite clear aligners!
Invisalign® offers an easier life than normal braces for its practicality and comfort, as it does not have brackets and you won’t have any problems with mouth cuts or having to avoid hard or chewy foods. In addition, Invisalign® treatments usually require a visit every four to six weeks, only to make small and simple check-ups and modifications on your attachments, while with braces you must come to the office regularly for every adjustment.

Is Invisalign Right for you?

If you’re thinking about getting Invisalign® but don’t know if you’re a good candidate for it, we’re here to help! If you have excess space between your teeth, minor to moderate crowding, or if you need your bite corrected, we’re happy to tell you that you’re a good candidate for Invisalign®.

If you want to explore this option we will take a series of photographs and X-Rays and submit them to Invisalign®. After receiving their input we will proceed with clear aligners, usually taking from six to eight months to complete the whole process.