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Your Questions Answered: Will Invisalign Work for Me?

Last updated 5 years ago

Whether your smile needs minor improvements or something more extreme, Invisalign can help. In fact, Invisalign treats the majority of common problems for adults and teens, such as crowding or excess spacing of teeth. If you have an overbite, an underbite, or even a crossbite, Invisalign can be used to treat even these more complex cases. In general, Invisalign can be used for all or part of almost any treatment plan.

It’s Made to Fit into Your Lifestyle:

Because there are no metal or wires to irritate your lips or cheeks, you can continue enjoying your active lifestyle even during treatment. You can still eat the foods you want and play sports without worrying about injuring your mouth. Invisalign’s comfortable and removable plastic aligners will also keep you looking your best during and after treatment. You will also be able to take care of your teeth properly as you will be able to brush, and floss as usual. With Invisalign, you can achieve the smile that you want without being embarrassed during treatment.

Less Treatment Time:
Although treatment time and number of aligners will vary from case to case, a typical Invisalign case takes about 18 to 30 aligners and roughly a year from start to finish. Your experienced doctor can evaluate your specific needs and help determine the best treatment plan. Throughout your treatment, you’ll see your doctor every month or two to see how you’re progressing. During this time, you’ll be given additional aligners to continue your treatment.

If you’re interested in learning what Invisalign can do for you, visit the office Dr. Kenn Kakosian, DDS. Dr. Kakosian is a cosmetic dentist serving the NYC area with procedures including Invisalign, teeth whitening, dental implants, and veneers. For more information, call (888) 775-8116 today.

 

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