Invisalign® Diamond Provider
- A discreet way to treat irregularities in the alignment of teeth using a series of custom-made, virtually undetectable aligners
- Gain a straighter smile whether your teeth are too crowded, too far apart or have shifted since wearing braces
- Uses advanced 3D computer imaging technology
- Easy to use
Used to treat irregularities in the alignment of teeth, Invisalign is a discreet way to straighten teeth using a series of custom-made, virtually undetectable aligners. Whether teeth are crowded, too far apart or have shifted since wearing braces, Love Teeth can help you gain a straighter smile.
All you have to do is change your custom-made plastic aligners according to Invisalign recommendations.
Stage 1: Visit us at Exper Dental
During the initial visit, our dentist will help you decide on your course of treatment. They will take bite impressions of your teeth and send them, along with a set of precise instructions to Invisalign®.
Stage 2: Making your aligners
Invisalign® uses advanced 3-D computer imaging technology to transform your bite impressions into a custom-made series of clear and removable aligners. There may be as many as 48 in the series or as few as 12, depending on your individual treatment plan.
Stage 3: You will receive your aligners in a few weeks
During your next visit to us, you will receive your first set of aligners. Your dentist will most likely give you a few additional sets for you to wear before you return for your next visit.
Stage 4: You wear your aligners
You’ll wear each set of aligners day and night for about two weeks, removing them only to eat, drink, brush and floss. Total treatment time averages 9 to 15 months, but will vary from case to case. You’ll visit us only about every six weeks to ensure that your treatment is progressing as planned.
Stage 5: You’ve finished treatment!
When you’re finished wearing each aligner in the series, your treatment will be complete and you will have the beautiful smile you’ve always wanted. To ensure that your perfect new smile stays this way, you’ll wear retainers’ at night for the first 6 months and then as instructed by your dentist (usually a few times a week).