Gainesville Invisalign Dentist

Invisalign DentistGainesville, VA

An Invisalign® dentist can help patients straighten their teeth discreetly and comfortably. Invisalign providers will develop a customized treatment plan so that patients can smile with confidence. If you are interested in orthodontic treatment but do not want to wear metal wires and brackets, Invisalign may be a great alternative.

Do not hesitate to seek orthodontic treatment. As an Invisalign dentist, our team can help patients achieve the smile they have always wanted, at Gainesville Orthodontics in Gainesville and the surrounding area . Call us today at 571-367-3390 to learn more about our services or schedule an appointment.

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About Invisalign

Invisalign is an orthodontic treatment that straightens teeth through the use of clear and removable plastic aligners. Patients will wear a series of aligners that move teeth in precise increments over time. With no brackets or wires necessary, Invisalign is a more comfortable and less restrictive orthodontic option.

This alternative to traditional metal braces consist of thin, flexible plastic trays that fit snugly over teeth, so patients can smile with confidence even while undergoing treatment. As an Invisalign dentist, we can treat various malocclusions and alignment issues such as:

  • Crossbites
  • Crowding
  • Gap teeth
  • Open bites
  • Overbites
  • Spacing issues
  • Underbites

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Finding the Right Invisalign Dentist

When searching for the right Invisalign dentist, it is crucial to conduct thorough research. Finding a skilled and reliable provider is an integral part of achieving optimal results since they will dictate the treatment quality. We encourage patients to look at reviews and before and after photos to see if the results align with their orthodontic goals.

Our team is happy to address any questions or concerns that people may have. We can also provide information about our Invisalign dentist’s education, certifications, and training. During our Invisalign consultation, people should make sure to ask any relevant questions related to their treatment. Our team genuinely cares for our patients’ oral health and will work with each patient to develop a personalized treatment plan for their needs and goals.

Invisalign Consultation

During the Invisalign consultation, we will review the patient’s information, health history, and insurance information before discussing their concerns or goals regarding their smile. The consultation is an opportunity for people to ask any questions about Invisalign treatment. We will also examine the patient’s face, mouth, and teeth before taking X-rays and photos to understand their teeth and facial structure.

Once our Invisalign dentist has examined the patient’s teeth, photos, and X-rays, they will discuss any present problems and the best correction method. We will create a report that highlights the status of the patient’s teeth. If treatment is necessary, we will create a three-dimensional image of the teeth that shows how they will move throughout the treatment process.

Receiving Invisalign

The time it takes for patients to receive their Invisalign trays is around four weeks. The process takes this long because we must send the patient’s impressions or scans to the Invisalign factory with notes about their planned treatment progression. The Invisalign factory will develop the desired amount of trays and send the specifications to our team to make any changes.

If we determine that any modifications are necessary, we will email the changes to the factory. Once they implement the changes, the factory will create the trays and send them to our office so the patient can begin treatment. Each aligner tray is custom-made using industry-leading technology to ensure a great fitting appliance that looks and feels great.

Future Check-ups

One of the benefits of Invisalign treatment is that it requires fewer dental check-ups throughout treatment. While people who wear braces need regular adjustment appointments to tighten wires and replace brackets and bands, Invisalign wearers do not. Our Invisalign dentist’s computer simulations of the patient’s teeth have already determined the treatment progression.

Instead of coming in to switch out their trays, patients can simply change their aligners and move onto the next one in the series about every two weeks. Our team will provide each patient with specific instructions so that their teeth are moving into the desired positions. Patients will also need to wear their aligners for at least 20 to 22 hours each day to be effective.

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Get a healthier, more beautiful smile with the help of an Invisalign dentist. Our team at Gainesville Orthodontics can help. Call us today at 571-367-3390 to learn more about our services or schedule an appointment.

Frequently Asked Questions

How should I clean my Invisalign aligners?

There is a difference between cleaning and rinsing Invisalign aligners. Invisalign wearers should rinse their aligners with water every night and brush them with a soft-bristled toothbrush. People can also purchase special cleaning products, such as Invisalign cleaning crystals to soak aligners in.

What happens after I am done wearing Invisalign?

After completing Invisalign treatment, patients will typically receive a retainer. A retainer is an orthodontic device that holds newly straightened teeth in place. They prevent teeth from shifting out of place once active orthodontic treatment is complete.

How much does Invisalign cost?

The cost of Invisalign treatment will vary depending on various factors, including the complexity of the patient’s malocclusions and insurance. People interested in Invisalign treatment should contact their insurance provider for coverage information.

Who is a good candidate for Invisalign?

Invisalign is a great orthodontic alternative for people who want to straighten their teeth without visible and potentially uncomfortable wires and brackets. Invisalign is not for everyone and requires treatment compliance and responsibility. People with dental implants, bridges, or temporomandibular joint disorder may not be the best candidates for Invisalign. People with teeth that require vertical movement and derotation may also need to consider alternative treatment options.

How does Invisalign feel?

Invisalign consists of smooth, flexible plastic that is not abrasive to a patient’s oral tissues. Patients may feel some discomfort when switching out their Invisalign trays. This is temporary and is a sign that the aligners are working and moving teeth into alignment.