Will Invisalign work for my teeth?

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Will Invisalign Work for My Teeth?

IF YOU'RE ASKING will Invisalign work for my teeth, then read on for the answers you seek. While it's not for everyone, the Invisalign system works for many dental cases. Plus, most people experience the results they desire. So, the system is reliable and popular. Especially for people who don't wish to walk around with a mouth full of metal.  

The Best Candidates for Invisalign

  • Gaps in teeth.
  • An overbite or deep bite.
  • An underbite.
  • A crossbite.
  • An open bite.
  • Crowded teeth.
  • Narrow dental arches.
  • Crooked teeth.
  • A mixture of baby and permanent teeth.
If you believe you have a treatable case, then reach out to your dentist. And schedule a consultation.  

What to Expect with Invisalign

First, you'll need to schedule a consultation with your dentist. Plus, both complete an examination and let your dentist share what Invisalign can do for you, personally. Next, you'll get a customized treatment plan. Your dentist will start with a fast, precise digital scan. Then, your dentist will map out a system just for you. Additionally, you'll get to preview your new smile!  

Moving Toward a Great Smile with Invisalign

After you both meet with your dentist and receive a customized plan, you'll pick up your first aligners. And according to your treatment plan, you'll pick up new aligners from time-to-time. Finally, you'll receive your best smile! And you'll be able to maintain it with Vivera Retainers. For one of the fastest and most accurate ways to determine if Invisalign will work for your teeth, visit Invisalign's site to complete an online assessment.  

If you're interested in Invisalign, call Dr. Lovik.

The content on this blog is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of qualified health providers with questions you may have regarding medical conditions.