The clear alternative to metal braces.
By using a series of clear, removable aligners, Invisalign straightens your teeth with results you'll notice sooner than you think. The course of treatment involves changing aligners approximately every two weeks, moving your teeth into straighter position step by step, until you have a more beautiful smile. And unlike braces, these clear aligners can be removed while you eat and brush your teeth as usual.

Interested in Straightening Your Teeth With Invisalign? Call us for a free consutation to see what Invisalign can do for you! 310-322-9476

Are you unsatisfied with your smile because of crooked teeth, spaces, crowded teeth? Or have you had braces when you were younger and they have shifted?  Invisalign clear braces are a wonderful way to straighten your teeth.  Instead of the traditional "train track" metal braces and wires Invisalign uses clear, nearly invisible aligners custom made to you.  These Invisalign aligners are made of a rigid plastic material that gently put pressure on your teeth to guide them into the desired position.  Each Invisalign aligner is worn for around two weeks and then exchanged for the next sequential Invisalign aligner.

Advantages of Invisalign

  • You are able to remove Invisalign aligners to eat, brush, and floss your teeth as normal.  Try that with metal braces!
  • Gentle teeth movements with Invisalign equals less discomfort
  • No one will know your wearing them! No ugly metal.

Advantages of Straight Teeth
Great Smile :
Smile big for the camera! By straightening your teeth with Invisalign you will have a straight, broader smile which can improve your self-confidence.  You will smile more which can have positive social benefits.

Gum and Overall Health: Straightening your teeth with Invisalign has the obvious effect of improving the look of your smile.  Having straight teeth has other benefits as well.  Straight teeth are easier to floss and brush which improves the health of your gums, which is important not only to the health of your mouth, but your overall health.  Gum disease is being linked to heart disease, stroke, diabetes, pancreatitis, and more.  Which is easier to floss and brush, crooked and crowded teeth or straight teeth?

Bite: If your teeth are crooked and not aligned chances are your bite is not workings as good as it should.  By straightening your teeth with Invisalign the teeth are positioned so that the teeth "mesh" better and improving the function of your bite.  This will also limit the amount of teeth wear and improve TMJ symptoms such as sore jaw joints and headaches.

Are You Ready To See If Invisalign Is Right For You? Call Us To Set Up Your Complimentary Consultation.  310-322-9476