Invisalign in Pleasanton

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What is Invisalign?

Though not invisible, Invisalign are clear plastic trays that subtly blend with your teeth while straightening them. Made from medical-grade plastic, Invisalign trays shift entire portions of your mouth at once, providing faster, easier results.

Fewer orthodontist visits is one of the most convenient aspects to Invisalign. Traditional braces require additional visits to tighten and re-align, but with Invisalign you are able to insert new aligners at home, saving you time and energy!

Top-rated professionals at New Day Dental can help put you on the path to a stronger, straighter smile. We take pride in finding the right solutions for our patients.

What You Can Expect Before You Receive Your Aligners

These molds will be sent off to the lab so your Invisalign trays can be custom-created. It’s that simple!

There are common misconceptions about Invisalign, and the following questions and answers can help clear up any misleading or confusing information you may have encountered.

Is Invisalign For You?

A visit with your dentist can determine whether or not Invisalign is right for you, and many of our patients are surprised to learn that Invisalign can treat a multitude of dental afflictions, such as:

  • Gaps
  • Crooked Teeth
  • Overbite
  • Underbite
  • Crossbite

If you’re seeking the best Invisalign in Pleasanton, please give New Day Dental a call to book a consultation.

Isn’t Invisalign painful?

While it’s quite normal for shifting teeth to feel sore as your mouth adjusts, the overall opinion is that Invisalign causes considerably less pain and shorter healing times than traditional metal braces.

Typically our patients report that after the first aligner is placed, less and less pain is to be expected. Though there is an adjustment period, compared to metal braces Invisalign is more discreet, convenient, and seamless.

Will Invisalign affect my speech?

Once you adapt to the trays, any slight lisp you may have in the beginning will eventually be overcome. Always keep in mind that Invisalign’s unique and thin trays work so well because they’re customized to fit your mouth.

Isn’t Invisalign expensive?

Many insurance companies have added orthodontic procedures to their health plans, including Invisalign, making teeth straightening more accessible and affordable than ever before.

The Invisalign Process

Any orthodontic work will be a process, but Invisalign has a major benefit to standard metal braces: you’re able to remove the trays in order to eat, drink, brush, and floss like you’d normally do; they’re designed to be worn 20-22 hours a day. 

It’s important to avoid gum chewing, eating, and smoking while wearing your aligners. Be careful when drinking red wine or coffee, as they can stain your aligners and make them more conspicuous. As long as you follow these rules, your end result will be straighter teeth in shorter time as compared to metal braces. 

You’ll be provided with a detailed plan for when you need to swap out aligners, usually once every couple of weeks. You’ll see results during your first month, but expect the Invisalign process to take about 12-18 months to fully complete.

After the Process

Once the Invisalign treatment is completed, a retainer may be recommended for a few months to keep your teeth from shifting. These retainers are just as discreet as your Invisalign aligners, and your need for them will diminish as your teeth remain in place.

For the best Invisalign in Pleasanton, visit New Day Dental and learn how we can improve your smile. 

With Invisalign, the traditional setbacks of metal braces become a thing of the past. To experience superb Invisalign, visit your Pleasanton dentist at New Day Dental and see just how simple teeth straightening can be. 

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