Spring is around the corner, which means it’s the season for proms, graduations, and weddings. Are you ready for your smile close-up?
Who doesn’t love straight teeth? Nearly 80% of adults who have undergone orthodontic treatment say it was the most important dental treatment they’ve ever had. The same number agree that it gave them newfound confidence to try something they wouldn’t have done with crooked or misaligned teeth, according to a Harris Poll.
Teens and adults can get the smile of their dreams – without anyone knowing. Back in the day, the preferred method of straightening teeth came in the form of metal train-track braces. They were unsightly … and if you remember wearing them, you probably weren’t viewed as the “cool kid” by your classmates.
With advancements in technology and treatments over the years, we’re now able to offer our patients virtually invisible options – for safe and effective results. Invisalign® is one of those undetectable treatments.
How the Invisalign system works … Custom-made, clear aligners gradually shift your teeth into place. Most patients receive a new set of aligners every one or two weeks. You need to wear them 20-22 hours … which gives you time to remove them to play sports and brush and floss your teeth with ease.
Invisalign can treat a number of cases …
- gap teeth
- open bite
- crowded teeth.
Best of all, they’ve given teens and adults plenty of reasons to smile! Adults account for about 25% of all orthodontic patients … so don’t think this is only for kids!
What do you do now? Call our team and we’ll set up a complimentary new patient evaluation to determine if you’re a candidate for Invisalign. Dr. Sherri, an experienced orthodontist, would be glad to answer all your questions. If you decide to go ahead, we will take a 3D image of your teeth and develop a roadmap to your perfectly straight smile. We can even show you how it will look – so there are no surprises along the way and you can fully look forward to your transformation!
Let us show you just how amazing your smile can look on your big day!
– Dr. Gregory Cox & Dr. Sherri Wilkerson-Cox