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Invisalign Teeth Straightening

The Invisalign process

When you begin treatment, you’ll wear each set of custom-made aligners in approximately two-week increments. The aligners gently move your teeth into position, and at the end of each two-week period, you “graduate” to the next set of custom-made aligners.

At Blacktown Dentist we’re excited to share with you the secrets of Invisalign. We know experience and affordability ore important factors for you so we make sure we can give you the best price for our work. 

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Clear, Comfortable, Removable

One of the best qualities of Invisalign aligners is that they can be removed when necessary, such as for brushing and flossing your teeth or a formal event.

Decreased Treatment Time

One of the most common Invisalign questions we receive at Blacktown Dentist is about the length of treatment. The average course of treatment for Invisalign takes about one year. You will be required to come in to see us every 6 to 8 weeks for adjustments and to check your progress. Throughout the treatment process, you will receive a new set of custom moulded clear aligners, which will be changed every two weeks.

There is no set number of aligners for everyone, as each person teeth are different and require a different degree of alignment. While Invisalign will not be ideal for everyone, it has proven effective for a majority of dental patients seeking straighter teeth.

Confidence

No longer will you have to worry about going out in public with clunky braces. Invisalign clear design is practically invisible. In most cases, the only way other people will know you have them is if you tell them.

Contact us today to find out more about Invisalign and how it can transform your life.

 

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