Invisalign is quickly becoming the most popular orthodontic treatment for both adults and teens. As an alternative to braces, Invisalign uses a series of clear, plastic aligners to fit comfortably and discreetly over your teeth, gently correcting misalignment over time.
Average treatment time is about 12 months.
CareCredit accepted to easily break up payments.
No more bulky, metal braces!
About Invisalign® Aligner Therapy
It’s never too late to straighten your teeth and get the smile you’ve always dreamed of. Having a straighter smile can improve your confidence, give you a more attractive smile, and even improve your ability to clean your teeth and prevent tooth decay.
- Invisalign clear braces are barely noticeable.
- The Invisalign trays can be removed whenever necessary.
- Invisalign can reduce damage to teeth and gums.
- Treatment time is typically much shorter than traditional braces.
- Your treatment plan with Invisalign is more precise than with braces.
The advantages of Invisalign over traditional braces is both practical and as a matter of preference for patients. Many prefer Invisalign due to their convenience, removable trays, appearance, and comfort.
How Does Invisalign Work?
Invisalign uses two custom-made aligners to gently straighten your teeth into a more uniform smile. Every few weeks you’ll get new aligners that will help adjust your teeth step-by-step. Within 6 months to a year, you’ll have a straighter smile! And nobody will even notice that you were going through any kind of straightening at all, thanks to Invisalign invisible braces.
Invisalign aligners are subtle, clear, and comfortable, making them the ideal method for straightening crooked teeth. You can also remove them when you eat or brush your teeth, so you can eat the foods you love and still maintain a healthy smile.
Affordable Adult Orthodontics
At Palos Heights Family Dental, we offer flexible financing through CareCredit. For patients who qualify, CareCredit can break up your payments into manageable, monthly sums with zero interest for a period of 6-24 months, depending on the terms you qualify for. Find out how much you can save by calling our office today!