Straighten discreetly with Invisalign from Beverly Hills, CA dental team

There was a time when orthodontics meant a mouthful of metal bands, brackets, and wires, rubber bands, and headgear. Most people gave up on the idea if they hadn’t worn braces as children. Today, teens and adults in the Beverly Hills, CA area can look terrific while getting straight teeth, with Invisalign from the skilled team at Dental Health and Wellness Beverly Hills.

Invisalign or braces?

Initially, Invisalign was intended for cosmetic alignment. The system has evolved into an effective solution for complicated cases that would have required braces in the past.

Invisalign treatment begins with a thorough consultation and evaluation of your mouth. Existing dental problems such as tooth decay or gum disease, are addressed first.

Then, robust proprietary software makes the complex process elegantly simple:
  • Together, you and your Invisalign doctor determine what you want to achieve through orthodontics.
  • Digital impressions are taken of your mouth.
  • Invisalign transforms those images into a series of smooth, transparent plastic aligners.
  • You wear the sets progressively, each for about two weeks, to gently reposition crooked teeth.
  • Invisalign aligners are removable. Take them out to eat, brush, and floss normally.
  • The dentist monitors your progress at brief six-week recheck visits.

Every case is unique, but Invisalign treatment can usually be accomplished in about 12 months with good compliance. It is important to wear aligners 20 to 22 hours daily.

More reasons to love Invisalign

With braces, progress is not apparent – you must wait for the big reveal to see your new smile. You benefit immediately from improvement in alignment with Invisalign treatment. It is not unusual for teeth to have some decay or enamel damage when braces come off. Invisalign teeth are straight, clean, and free of enamel flaws.

Learn more about discreet, efficient Invisalign treatment. In the Beverly Hills, CA area call (310) 692-7855

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