If you’ve always wanted a straighter, whiter smile, there’s no one better to talk to than your family dentistry team in Seattle. With our experience and expertise, we know you’ll be pleased with your different options. If you’ve been following our previous posts, you already know you may be a candidate for porcelain veneers, crowns, or teeth whitening. But, what if your teeth aren’t straight but you’re not ready to give up your smile because of heavy-duty, classic, metal braces? Well, we’ll tell you to choose Invisalign.
Learn about the most popular cosmetic dentistry options, such as Invisalign.
Have your teeth always needed a little help, whether that was from traditional braces when you were a kid or wearing a retainer until your mid-20s? Well, if you’ve stopped with the retainer, or you’ve never had the need to wear traditional braces until now, there may be another option for you: Invisalign. Invisalign is a perfect solutions for many individuals who are avoiding braces because of their embarrassing characteristics. Luckily, Invisalign is conventional and simple, and you can wear them without anyone ever noticing. Invisalign usually works perfectly for individuals who have crooked teeth; however, if they’re severely out of place, there may need to be other treatments put into place. Regardless, if you end up going with Invisalign, you can expect a faster and less expensive treatment when compared to traditional, metal braces. For most adults, the Invisalign treatment timeline is about one year. If you aren’t sure if Invisalign is the right option for you, it’s important you speak with one of our family dentistry professionals. We want your smile to be healthy, confident and bright.
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Go ahead and contact the leading professionals here at Oak Tree Dental Care to learn more about our Invisalign options. If you aren’t sure you are a candidate, we recommend you visit with our family dentist to learn if you can become one. Keep in mind, every candidate is different and if you have a deeply seated jaw, underbite or overbite, traditional braces may be a better fit for you. But to learn more, feel free to reach out to us!