As a leading Invisalign provider in the Tri-State Area, we strongly recommend it to our patients as an alternative to braces.
Benefits of Invisalign
Invisalign will make your life easier in the following ways:
- It’s invisible. As the name implies, these aligners are invisible. When you smile and talk, people will only see your perfectly straight teeth and have no idea you’re wearing aligners. Braces can sometimes be distracting and unattractive, but Invisalign eliminates those factors.
- It’s removable. When you wear traditional braces, they are glued to your teeth and cannot come off. This makes it impossible to enjoy some of your favorite foods. Unlike braces, you may remove and replace Invisalign as many times as you need to without visiting your orthodontist. Simply remove the aligners while eating, drinking, brushing or flossing, and put them back when you’re done!
- It’s more comfortable. Braces can often be irritating. Many patients have sensitivity for a couple of days or weeks after getting braces put in, and the sharp metal edges can cut the cheeks and gums. Invisalign is made of soft rounded plastic and does not have sharp edges that may cause irritation.
- It utilizes modern technology. Invisalign utilizes modern dental technology to straighten your teeth effectively. Your orthodontist will use 3D technology to create a 3D model of your teeth. They will then implement the data into a computer program, which will design your aligners to fit your mouth. When you choose Invisalign, you’ll be treated with the most modern and effective solutions.
Our Invisalign specialists at Chestnut Ridge Dental will help you put together a treatment plan and stay on track. Contact us at (201) 391-4466, or fill out this form, to schedule an appointment!
The fact that Invisalign braces are removable really caught my attention. This definitely sounds much better than constantly trying to maintain metal parts, something that my son has always heard bad stories about from his friends. I’ll make sure I find him an Invisalign dentist in the area when we start getting his teeth fixed.