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Straighten Teeth

Invisalign

You can now have the benefit of braces, without the braces!  Invisalign technology gives you the options for cosmetic dentistry straightening for your smile without unsightly brackets and metal wires. Invisalign gradually moves your teeth through a series of custom-made, removable, nearly invisible plastic trays. These trays are worn daily and you upgrade to a new aligner approximately every two weeks.

Utilize this system to close gaps, fix crowding, even repair front teeth that have relapsed from your first orthodontic treatment. Brush and floss normally, maintain healthier gums, no irritation like traditional braces can cause, and you can still eat what you want because the aligners are removable.  Straighter teeth are not just a cosmetic concern.  Straighter teeth can improve your overall dental health because properly aligned teeth are easier to brush and floss than teeth that are crowded, crooked or spaced too far apart.  And properly aligned teeth can help gums ‘fit’ tighter around them, which may lead to better periodontal health.  In some cases, chronic headaches are attributed to poor alignment of the teeth and correction of your bite can improve chewing and reduce headaches.  Visit www.invisalign.com for more details, and call us to schedule your complimentary consultation.

Watch this short video to learn more about how Invisalign can work for you.
Get the smile you’ve always dreamed of.

Veneers

Alter the color and/or shape of the teeth in your smile with porcelain veneers. You may want to close a gap, straighten a crooked smile, correct broken front teeth or whiten discolorations that you‘ve lived with for years. Changes can be made to your smile in a matter of a few weeks and the benefits of a more beautiful smile will last a lifetime.

Cosmetic Bonding

One or two slightly crooked front teeth can often be ‘straightened’ using cosmetic bonding.  This process uses a tooth colored composite resin material to cover the front surface of the tooth to gently change the shape of the tooth, giving the illusion of a straighter smile. This option is not as long lasting as a porcelain veneer, but is a lower cost cosmetic solution to improve your smile in just one office visit.