We offer Invisalign aligners as one of the orthodontic services for our patients. Invisalign is a great alternative to traditional braces for a more confident smile. Invisalign aligners are invisible trays that can be removed while you eat and easily cleaned, unlike bulky metal braces.
Contact our office to schedule your free Invisalign consultation.
Invisalign is an orthodontic treatment offered at Lakefront Family Dental.
Invisalign treatment can be beneficial for people of any age. Crooked teeth, crowded or teeth that stick out affect the way your teeth appear and work. Invisalign treatment in Burlington dentist not only improves the look of your smile but your health as well. When your teeth are straight, it makes them easier to clean, less likely to get tooth decay or injured. If you concerned or not happy with the way your teeth look, Invisalign treatment may be a great option for you. Invisalign aligner can be a part of your smile makeover treatment.
What is the orthodontic treatment?
Orthodontic treatment aligns your teeth, so they look and work better. Clear appliances such as Invisalign are used to put gentle pressure on your teeth. Over several months or years, this pressure can move your teeth into the right position to help with your smile transformation.
Why should I consider Invisalign clear aligners
The way your jaws and teeth positioned has an effect on your bite. Your bite is determined based on how your top and bottom teeth come together. When either top or bottom teeth do not fit properly together, this is defined as malocclusion or an incorrect bite. Dental problems such as crowded, crooked or missing teeth can contribute to a malocclusion. Teeth treated with Invisalign braces can address and correct your bite, spacing and position of your teeth.
Are My Teeth Too Bad For Invisalign?
An incorrect bite can make it hard to chew some foods and may cause some teeth to wear down. Teeth that stick out can easily chip or break. Crowded teeth are harder to clean and may be more likely to get cavities and gum disease. Fixing an incorrect bite improves your smile and your health. Different types of incorrect bites include an overbite, a crossbite, an overjet and an open bite.
Is Invisalign Visible?
Align technology also known as Invisalign, allows our dentist, Dr. Zemskova, to correct teeth alignment without placing metal brackets, commonly known as braces.
Invisalign is a clear alternative to traditional braces because they are made out of clear (practically invisible) plastic trays and not permanently attached to your teeth. Invisalign trays can be easily removed when you eat. Contact our office to schedule your free Invisalign Burlington consultation.
Can I smoke with Invisalign?
One of the common questions we get from our patients, can I smoke with Invisalign? The answer is yes, however just like your natural teeth will stain from smoking so will the Invisalign trays. The good news is that you can also remove Invisalign aligners when you smoke, then brush your teeth after smoking before putting Invisalign trays back on.
There are many advantages to Invisalign clear aligners making it a clear choice for qualified candidates.
Schedule your no obligation Invisalign Appointment with Us Today to find out if you qualify.
Orthodontics is a branch of dentistry that focuses on straightening your teeth. You may want to straighten your teeth for aesthetic, health reasons or to feel more confident about your smile.
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How much does invisalign cost in Canada?
Inisalign braces also known as clear braces, invisible braces and clear aligners. In order to provide the most accurate price of your Invisalign treatment, our Burlington dentist needs to consider several factors: how complex is your treatment and how long will your treatment take (how long will it take for your teeth to change their “alignment/position”).
NO INTEREST FINANCING available for Invisalign braces patients in our office.