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Invisalign | Infinite Smiles

For something totally different from traditional braces, there are Invisalign invisible braces, which provide a new approach to teeth alignment. Rather than having any type of wire or bracket, Invisalign uses custom-fitted aligners to move your teeth into place and give you the smile you have always wanted. Gapped teeth, crooked teeth … it doesn’t matter, Dr. Patel can use Invisalign to give you a perfect smile. Some patients might also benefit from MTM® (Minor Tooth Movement) aligners, which work similarly to Invisalign but focus solely on the “social 6”.

What is Invisalign?

Invisalign is a comprehensive orthodontic system that uses a series of clear aligners to gently guide teeth into a more appropriate position. The process usually takes around a year to complete, using anywhere from 18 to 30 aligners. The duration and number of aligners depends on the severity of ...

Invisalign is a comprehensive orthodontic system that uses a series of clear aligners to gently guide teeth into a more appropriate position. The process usually takes around a year to complete, using anywhere from 18 to 30 aligners. The duration and number of aligners depends on the severity of the misalignment of your teeth. So each patient is slightly different in that regard.

Dr. Patel is a Certified Invisalign Provider, which means the staff here have undergone the training and have the experience in Invisalign necessary to provide the expert service we pride ourselves on here at Infinite Smiles.

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What Can Invisalign Treat?

Invisalign is more than a simple cosmetic orthodontic option. With our advanced training, we can treat issues small and large, like:

  • Gaps or spacing issues with your teeth
  • Crooked or misaligned teeth
  • Teeth that are crowded
  • Overbites, underbites, and crossbites
Clear Orthodontic Treatment

One of the biggest advantages of Invisalign is that the aligners, which fit directly over your teeth, are clear. No one will even be able to see you are wearing them. This alleviates the stigma attached to many orthodontic procedures by eliminating the prominent and distracting hardware typically...

One of the biggest advantages of Invisalign is that the aligners, which fit directly over your teeth, are clear. No one will even be able to see you are wearing them. This alleviates the stigma attached to many orthodontic procedures by eliminating the prominent and distracting hardware typically used to straighten your teeth. Not only are Invisalign invisible braces more discreet than traditional braces, but they are also more comfortable. The aligners are custom fitted to your teeth, fully removable, and will gently move your teeth into place in a shorter amount of time than traditional braces. Our Invisalign treatment takes anywhere from 9 to 18 months, whereas traditional orthodontics can take two years or longer.

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Keep Your Teeth Cleaner with Invisalign

Since Invisalign invisible braces are fully removable, they are simple to clean, and you can just brush and floss your teeth as you normally would. With the wires and brackets of traditional braces, something as simple and necessary as brushing your teeth becomes very difficult, ...

Since Invisalign invisible braces are fully removable, they are simple to clean, and you can just brush and floss your teeth as you normally would. With the wires and brackets of traditional braces, something as simple and necessary as brushing your teeth becomes very difficult, which is why tooth decay can be an unfortunate side effect to straightening your teeth with braces. But with Invisalign, you don’t have to sacrifice your oral hygiene to get the smile you want. All you have to do is take the aligners out, brush and floss, then put them back in. It couldn’t be simpler.

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