We know you want a killer smile, and for some of us that means orthodontic treatments. But what if you want to go the orthodontic route without the potential discomfort, changes to your diet and the way it might affect your appearance? Luckily, our orthodontist, Dr. Tien Nguyen, and team provide the discreet power of Invisalign® clear aligners. Find yourself with a rad smile that knocks people’s socks off. To find Invisalign treatments in Dallas, Texas, give Park Cities Orthodontics a call today at 214-484-8488!
Braces are fine for some, but how about something a little more convenient? The Invisalign® clear aligner system can help you and your smile overcome:
- Overbites, underbites, crossbites and open bites
- Incorrectly spaced teeth
- Crowded or crooked teeth
When you visit our office to begin your Invisalign treatment, our team will create an impression of your smile. That impression will be used to craft a series of aligners made of a patented thermoplastic material. This material makes the aligners very comfortable to wear and they fit very snugly against your teeth. Once you have your aligners you will wear each set for a certain length of time. Normally, you will wear your aligners for two weeks before switching to the next set. Over time, your teeth will gradually move into their proper positions. At the end of your treatment, our orthodontist will provide you with a retainer to help your teeth settle into their new positions.
Invisalign has a number of advantages. Obviously, because they are clear they are almost impossible to notice. But they are also extremely comfortable and after a few days, you may not even know that you are wearing them. Unlike braces, Invisalign aligners can be removed for meals and for brushing and flossing your teeth, so you can continue to enjoy your favorite foods. Call our office for more information.
Ready to get started on your Invisalign® treatment? Contact us today!
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