Some patients did not wear traditional braces as a child, however, today they wish to have teeth that are in better alignment. Another group of patients may in fact previously wore braces in earlier years but still want straighter teeth. Because of advanced dental technology at DentalWorks - Allen Park at Allen Park, MI, invisible aligners, such as Invisalign, can align the teeth. Invisalign straightening trays uses various sets of plastic aligner straightening trays to gradually reposition the teeth into a straighter position. These see-through trays fit tightly on top of the teeth and are kept on for the majority of the day. The aligners are generally only removed for drinking coffee or wine, eating, and teeth brushing. Clear tooth aligners, such as Invisalign from our dentists at DentalWorks - Allen Park can successfully straighten the teeth and create a more attractive smile.
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What to Expect
If the decision is made that clear aligner trays using Invisalign is the most effective solution for orthodontic needs, the first stage begins with digital imaging of the mouth so that the aligners can be produced. Our dentists and the staff at DentalWorks - Allen Park give each patient the knowledge so you know how to take care of and wear their trays, and talk to the patient about how important it is to leave the aligners in for the majority of the day. Aligning trays are usually worn for 2-3 weeks before the next round of aligners are then given. This is determined based on the how fast the teeth move. When the patient comes in for their appointments at DentalWorks - Allen Park, our dentists will give the patient a better estimate of the length of time they will be required to wear Invisalign.
Once the patient's teeth are in proper alignment, it is crucial that the patient use an Invisalign Vivera setting retainer to maximize the results. The majority of individuals need to keep their retainer in place when they sleep at night. For overall great dental health, patients should proactively visit our dentists at DentalWorks - Allen Park a couple of times a year and continue a diligent at-home oral plan.
The price for Invisalign will based on the complications pertaining to the individual's needs, and how many aligning trays that will be needed. Orthodontic insurance may cover a specific percentage of the cost. This varies based on the patient's benefits. The staff at DentalWorks - Allen Park will check what the patient's coverage entails so that a realistic fee can be given by our dentists during the patient's initial visit.
Plan Your Procedure
For men and women who have a pleasant smile, but want straighter teeth, clear aligner trays from DentalWorks - Allen Park in Allen Park, MI are a great quick fix to meet your aesthetic goals. Unnoticeable orthodontic aligner trays can be worn without the hassle of metal brackets to give you the gorgeous teeth you want. Our dentists will consult about all of the options with see-through braces today and decide if Invisalign at DentalWorks - Allen Park is the appropriate procedure for you.
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