Invisalign® Treatment in Cedar Park
If you have issues with crooked, crowded, or misaligned teeth, our oral care professionals at Town Center Dental can guide you through our Invisalign® treatment in our Cedar Park dental office. Developed by orthodontists and used in dental practices around the world, the Invisalign® system includes non-metal retainers that are customized to the preferred shape of your teeth. The retainers will resolve your dental concerns by gradually shifting your teeth into the correct position. And best of all, most people won’t even be able to tell because Invisalign® braces are nearly invisible!
How Invisalign® Treatment Works
Each customized pair of Invisalign® braces are worn for about 20-22 hours per day for about two weeks (removable when you eat, drink, brush, or floss) before you move on to the next ones in the gradual teeth-shifting process. Because there aren’t any connecting brackets or wires, they’re usually more comfortable for the average patient to wear than traditional metal braces.
Benefits of Invisalign® Treatment
One of the biggest advantages to using Invisalign® is that it allows you to bypass the maintenance and irritation of traditional metal braces. However, there are multiple benefits to our Invisalign® treatment in Cedar Park, including:
- Completely non-metal
- Nearly invisible to the eye
- Removable at your convenience
- Can be worn while eating or drinking
- Gradually fixes crooked smiles and bites
- Custom-made to your teeth/smile
- More comfortable than traditional braces
Schedule an Invisalign® Consultation
You’re never too old to straighten your teeth. Whether you’re a teen or an adult, Invisalign® is suitable for patients of all ages. Invisalign® is ideal for adults who are concerned about the positioning of their teeth but who may be too self-conscious to wear traditional metal braces that everyone can see. Are you interested in learning more about our Invisalign® treatment in Cedar Park? Town Center Dental encourages you to schedule a consultation with our dentist to determine if Invisalign® treatment is right for you.