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Family Dental Group
4021 Miller Road, Flint, MI 48507

Spaces, crooked teeth and bite problems all have one thing in common; they can make you self-conscious about your smile. In the past, your only option for correcting these problems was unsightly metal braces, but this is no longer the case. With the Invisalign® plastic aligner tray system, your dentist can straighten your teeth and remodel your smile in a virtually invisible way.

Invisalign Key Facts

Invisalign aligners are custom-made plastic trays that fit directly over your top and bottom teeth. A series of these aligners are designed at the beginning of your treatment. You’ll wear each set for about 14 days before you move on to the next. When you eat or brush your teeth, you’ll remove the aligners just long enough to accomplish these tasks. Over a period of months, the trays move your teeth into their target positions. Invisalign dentists use the product to correct an array of minor and moderate orthodontic problems without embarrassing, visible hardware.

Pricing Factors: How Much Will Invisalign Treatment Cost?

Many patients can obtain affordable Invisalign for about the same price as metal braces, but each case is unique. Pricing depends on the amount of orthodontic treatment you need and how long it will take to reposition your teeth. More complex dental conditions will increase Invisalign cost, but Invisalign insurance coverage can help reduce the overall expense. If you’re worried about the cost of getting Invisalign in Flint, we may be able to help. Our experienced dentists can determine your final Invisalign cost after a careful evaluation, and our practice offers convenient financing to help you work Invisalign cost into your budget. Schedule an appointment today so that we can get started on your treatment plan.

How Long Does Correction with Invisalign Usually Take?

Invisalign treatment time is calculated after your dentist conducts a thorough examination and assesses your unique orthodontic needs. The amount of tooth movement and rotation required dictates the duration of the therapy. Most adult patients can finish their Invisalign aligner treatment within 10 months to one year. Complicated cases may require up to two years. Once your teeth are in their new positions, you’ll need to wear Invisalign retainers to maintain your new smile.

How are Invisalign Dentists Different from Others?

An Invisalign dentist is an orthodontist or general dentist who has received advanced training in Invisalign dentistry and gained experience in using the system to correct orthodontic problems. To ensure that you get the best results and the fastest possible treatment time, let us connect you with our experienced Invisalign specialists.

Invisalign vs Braces: Does Invisalign Always Win?

When it comes down to Invisalign vs braces, it’s important to choose the option that best meets your dental health and personal needs. For many patients, Invisalign can be just as effective as braces. It clearly provides the more aesthetically valuable solution, and it also allows you to manage your oral hygiene more easily, which can protect your future dental health. However, if your dentist determines that your condition is too far advanced or complicated for Invisalign, metal braces may be your best choice. Discuss your concerns with your dentist to help make the best decision for your lifestyle and budget.

Beyond Invisibility: Benefits of Invisalign

Invisalign benefits aren’t limited to invisible treatment. Here are a few additional perks that our patients enjoy:

  • Unlimited diet
  • Improved self-esteem
  • Easier dental hygiene
  • Fewer office visits
  • Less mouth irritation

Can Invisalign Correct Every Patient’s Problems?

Not every patient will be able to receive Invisalign. Some dental conditions require correction with traditional braces. Dentists generally support using Invisalign for adults and teens, but children don’t make good candidates because of their ongoing, rapid growth and complex orthodontic needs. The best way to determine if you’re a good candidate for Invisalign is to schedule a visit to see one of our Invisalign dentists.

Can Invisalign Treatment Change Your Lifestyle?

Invisalign trays require consistent wear for the best results, but other than a few limitations such as not smoking or chewing gum, they generally don’t affect your lifestyle.

Caring for Your New Invisalign Aligner Trays

Daily care is important to keep your Invisalign trays sanitary. Use the manufacturer’s cleaning system as recommended, or brush your aligners and rinse them with lukewarm or cool water. Keep them away from hot water, and be sure to report to your dentist immediately if one of your trays become cracked, warped or otherwise damaged.

Repairing your smile can change your life, and we’re here to match you to a great dentist who can help you get the smile of your dreams. Give us a call today to explore your options for getting Invisalign in Flint.

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