What to Expect During an Invisalign Consultation

Invisalign is an excellent choice for those looking to perfect their smile. If you’re looking into Invisalign and what it can offer to you, we have good news — Creating Smiles Dental offers a 100 percent free Invisalign consultation. Let’s take a look at what you can expect during an Invisalign consultation and how we can help you make the choice for a sunny smile you can be proud of.

Why Invisalign?

Invisalign is a process where doctors work with your specific smile to create a series of invisible aligners that gradually shift your teeth into the desired position over a period of time. Your doctor will determine which teeth need to be nudged and when, and the aligners will make a slight adjustment to a tooth position. Every two weeks or so, you’ll use a new set of aligners, which help continue this teeth-straightening process.

As opposed to traditional metal braces, Invisalign uses no brackets, no wires, and is a comfortable process that is nearly invisible to those you interact with on a daily basis. You can remove the aligners to brush your teeth, and your diet is not restricted at all because you can also take them out while eating.

How Do I Get Started?

Fortunately, Creating Smiles Dental provides a completely free Invisalign consultation (not all doctors do). During your consultation, we’ll take a look at your teeth and discuss how Invisalign can work for your specific needs and situation. Best of all, we have a state-of-the-art 3D scanner that will show your smile as it is now, and what it can become through the use of Invisalign. This allows you to view your virtual results as well as an outline of your exact treatment plan before you even start the process, so you can see what your smile will look like once the process is over.

Your doctor will go over every step of your treatment, as your digital scan will actually map out which teeth will be moved and when, so you know exactly what to expect as the invisible aligners work to create your ideal smile.

The benefits of this type of in-depth consultation are many. When you know exactly what to expect, not only during the treatment phase but what your smile will look like at the finish line, it can really boost your confidence. This also allows you to look at an Invisalign treatment plan as an investment in yourself and your smile since you know what the (beautiful!) outcome will be.

Gear Up For a Great Smile

If you have an upcoming event you want to look your best for — your wedding, or a class reunion, perhaps? — and a great smile is one of your goals, don’t hesitate to look into Invisalign. Book an initial consultation with Creating Smiles Dental for absolutely no cost to see if Invisalign is right for you, and check out what the end result of Invisalign treatment will be when all is said and done. A perfect smile is just one phone call away, and you have nothing to lose. See if Invisalign is right for you.

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