Get Invisalign Bronx, NY
Invisalign offers a highly discrete and personalized way to get the smile of your dreams. Through a series of clear, comfortable, removable aligners, your teeth are gently guided to their new locations. Simply wear the aligners for 20-22 hours a day, removing them to eat, drink, brush and floss.
Invisalign revolutionized the orthodontic world when it was released, and for good reason. Now, you can get the smile you’ve always wanted without the hassle and noticeability of metal braces. Invisalign aligners are made of a smooth, clear plastic that is both comfortable and invisible. Not only that, but the aligners are also removable, too.
Cutting edge technology allows you to see your smile from beginning to end – you’ll get to see the results you’re working toward at your very first appointment. Every aligner set is custom designed for your mouth, and each is perfectly calibrated to achieve a certain tooth movement. Each set is worn a minimum of 20-22 hours a day, for 10-12 days before moving on to the next set, according to your orthodontist’s directions.
Is Invisalign as effective as metal braces?
While Invisalign has come a long way since it was first introduced, it is still the most effective on mild to moderate malocclusions. If you have a more severe issue, metal braces are still the best option.
Will Invisalign work for me?
The best way to determine if you are an ideal candidate for Invisalign is through a consultation with Dr. Woo.
Are clear aligners more expensive than metal braces?
Clear aligners are slightly more expensive than metal braces, but the cost has become much closer in recent years. To determine if Invisalign is right for you and the cost of treatment, schedule an appointment with Dr. Woo today.
If Invisalign aligners are removable, can I take them out whenever I want, like if I have a big event?
While your aligners are removable, it is important to remember that they can only work when they are in your mouth. It can be very easy to find excuses to remove them more often, and this can alter your treatment time. If you want to keep your treatment on track, wear your aligners as directed, between 20-22 hours a day.