Straighten your teeth without metal braces!
Invisalign uses a series of clear aligners to effectively straighten your teeth. It is a more convenient, and aesthetically pleasing option to straightening your teeth compared to traditional metal braces.
Dr. Nadler would love to help you create a dental plan to get you started on your way to a straighter and more confident smile!
Free Invisalign Consultation
Dr. Nadler will assess your teeth to see if your are a candidate for Invisalign. First-time patients can receive up to $500 off the total procedure cost!
As not every situation can be treated with Invisalign, you can call our office today to schedule a free consultation and evaluation to see if you are a candidate.
What is Invisalign?
Invisalign uses a series of custom plastic aligners that are changed every two weeks until your teeth are straight. These aligners are clear and removable, and don’t put any restrictions on what you can eat. Though treatment time varies, for adults it usually takes around 12 months. Typically, you will be visiting Dr. Nadler every 6 weeks to check your progress.
Advantages of Invisalign
- Removable aligners allow you to brush, floss and eat anything you want!
- Straightens your teeth invisibly and comfortably
- The material consists of smooth, comfortable plastic instead of sharp metal that can cause abrasions and irritations
- Office visits are less frequent, which frees up your schedule
Some conditions that Invisalign can treat
Overly Crowded Teeth
When there is a lack of room within your jaw for all of your teeth to fit as they should. If left untreated, it can lead to tooth decay and an increased risk of gum disease.
Widely Spaced Teeth
This can occur for several reasons. For instance, if you have missing teeth, the tissue around your other teeth can start to shift around because of the extra space, leading to periodontal issues.
This occurs when the upper teeth bite over the lower teeth. It’s typically caused by genetics, bad oral habits, or over-development of the bone that supports the teeth. This issue can lead to gum problems or irritation, wear on the front teeth, and other problems with the jaw.
This is a symptom of jaw misalignment, which can cause worn-down teeth, gum disease or both.
This occurs when the bottom teeth protrude beyond the upper teeth and can interfere with the normal function of front teeth and molars, and can lead to jaw problems.
An open bite can interfere with chewing and can cause speech impairment and jaw problems.