Invisalign is a series of thin, clear, plastic coverings that slip over the teeth and provide incremental correction of misaligned teeth. Invisalign braces are worn full-time with the exception of mealtime and when brushing. The advantage ofInvisalign: more esthetically pleasing, and more stable in the correction of the TMD patient. This is due to its “mouth-guard protection effect” on the jaw. Invisalign is limited, however, to treating only certain kinds of orthodontic problems and usually takes longer to achieve targeted correction than conventional orthodontics. The decision to treat with Invisaligncan only be determined after a comprehensive diagnosis has been completed.
Lunchtime at school? Nachos at the restaurant? Fun sports you play? With removable Invisalign clear aligners, you can enjoy the sports you love AND your favorite meals – no interruptions.
Powerful technology and doctor’s expertise combine to make the perfect plan for shaping your new smile.
There are no teeth molds here. Your doctor quickly captures an accurate 3D image of your teeth using our iTero Element® scanner.
Your doctor works with us to fine-tune every shift in every tooth using ClinCheck® software — built on the power of data from 6 million smiles. Think of it as the road map to your new smile.
Seeing is believing. Your doctor can show your new smile before you even get started.
Once your digital plan is finalized, your custom aligners are made using our state-of-the-art printing process.
Hygiene ~ Easily removable, so you can keep brushing and flossing as usual
Material ~ Made from SmartTrack® material, for more predictable, controlled tooth movements
Comfort ~ Every aligner is custom trimmed based on each user’s gum line for optimal comfort & appearance
Tracking ~ Blue compliance indicator makes it easy to ensure teens wear aligners enough
Payment ~ Covered by many orthodontic insurance plans
Invisalign clear aligners with mandibular advancement can fix class II malocclusions in tweens and teens.
A class II malocclusion occurs when the upper jaw and lower jaw are not properly aligned. If the lower jaw is too far back, your doctor may want to move it forward before straightening your teeth.
With Invisalign clear aligners with mandibular advancement, you can straighten your teeth while the precision wings move the lower jaw forward, replacing bulky appliances.