Naylors Court Dental Partners

How does Invisalign work?

Many people want straight teeth, but they don’t want unsightly metal brackets and wires poking the inside of their mouths. Invisalign is a safe orthodontic alternative to metal braces. At Naylors Court Dental Partners, we can help you achieve a straighter smile with discretion and comfort.

Custom Made for Your Smile

Invisalign are clear aligners custom made to fit your teeth. Your dentist will take a mold of your teeth, and the aligners are fabricated from the mold. This ensures your aligners will work as intended and fit comfortably in your mouth.

Invisalign Delivers Quick Results  

Each tray in the series gradually moves your teeth into the proper position for a more symmetrical smile. About every two weeks, you use the next set in the series until your teeth are straight. Each patient’s timeline is different, so Drs. Mohit Virmani and Jennifer Virmani will discuss your specific straightening timetable with you. However, Invisalign does work faster than metal braces, sometimes only taking months to show results!

Invisalign Is Comfortable and Easy to Use

Invisalign trays are easy to use; you simply pop them in your mouth, and you can be on your way! And the best part? No uncomfortable brackets or wires are poking your mouth, disrupting your smile line, or catching food while you eat. Because Invisalign aligners are virtually invisible, adults and teens alike love this discreet orthodontic option.

Want a Straighter Smile? Ask Us About Invisalign!

Invisalign has been delivering straighter, healthier smiles for years. If you would like to improve the appearance of your teeth without the hassle of metal braces, Invisalign may be the treatment for you. 

To learn more about Invisalign or schedule a consultation with your Pikesville dentist, give us a call at (410) 784-4059

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