For a limited time, just $166 a month!*

Your smile is among the first things people notice about you. If gaps in your smile or crooked teeth are keeping you from flashing your smile proudly, you’ve likely already considered braces. But who wants a mouth full of metal brackets and wires? Thankfully, there’s another option – Invisalign.

Invisalign is a discreet alternative to traditional metal braces. Using a series of clear, removable, aligners, Invisalign dental treatment can be used to straighten teeth and close gaps without the use of traditional metal brackets and wires. Not only is Invisalign more discreet, the Invisalign treatment system allows you to continue to enjoy your favorite foods, participate in your favorite sports, easily maintain your every day dental care and ultimately, improve your health. It’s the solution you’ve been waiting for.

Intrigued?  Request your appointment today to schedule your free Invisalign consult and take the first step to getting straighter teeth, improved health and the smile you’ve always wanted.

Straight Teeth - Not Just For Looks!

Invisalign® Dental Service

Invisalign® is an orthodontic treatment that uses clear plastic aligners to move teeth without the hassle and discomfort of traditional metal braces. Overbite, underbite, crossbite, gap teeth, crowded teeth – all can be treated with Invisalign.

The first step? Find an Invisalign provider for a consultation. During the consultation your dentist will decide if you are a candidate for Invisalign treatment. Your aligners will then be custom made for you and delivered to your dentist. When you pick up your first set of trays, your dentist will make sure your aligners fit, that your questions are answered and you know what to expect during your Invisalign treatment.

The rest is up to you. Simply wear your aligners as much as possible (20-22 hours is recommended), see your dentist as requested, and watch your new smile emerge. It’s that easy! Ready to take the first step towards a straighter smile? 

*$166 a month with financial arrangements. Other restrictions may apply. 

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