Invisalign® Dentist in Columbus

Invisalign Columbus, OH

Not every dentist is created equal; in fact, there is a great amount of training and skill involved in becoming a certified Invisalign® dentist. Few of the best and brightest dentists are chosen to become Invisalign® dentists, and finding one in the Columbus area can seem challenging. If you are looking for discreet, comfortable teeth straightening treatment with a caring and skilled dentist, look no further.

What to expect from Invisalign® treatment

The process of straightening teeth via Invisalign® is much simpler and more straightforward than traditional braces. However, it is always smart to get the facts on a teeth-straightening method before jumping in. Here is everything you need to know before visiting an Invisalign® dentist.

What is Invisalign®?

Invisalign® is a vast improvement on traditional teeth-straightening methods, namely braces. While braces use a combination of brackets, wires and ligatures, Invisalign® consists of a series of clear aligners. These are clear, custom plastic trays that are fitted to the exact shape of the teeth. Using digital models of the teeth, the dentist creates several aligners that are designed to be slightly different, putting pressure on specific teeth to move them throughout treatment.

How does Invisalign® work?

Each consecutive tray pushes the teeth closer and closer to the final result. With every aligner, the pressure is strategically increased in certain areas in the smile. Each clear aligner is designed to be worn for a period of either one or two weeks. The treatment lasts anywhere from a few months to over a year, depending on each individual case.

Who is a good candidate for Invisalign®?

Most adults with good overall and oral health with mild to moderate bite misalignment are great candidates for Invisalign®. Although the treatment will work regardless of age, the jawbones of younger patients often need shifting. This type of movement responds better to the higher pressure of braces. Those who need jaw adjustment are not ideal candidates for Invisalign®, as rubber bands are needed to move the jaw side to side or forward and backward.

How much does Invisalign® treatment cost?

Cost of treatment depends completely on each specific case. More severe cases will take longer and require more lab work. However, the cost of Invisalign® is usually comparable to traditional braces.

Ditch the braces for the clear solution

Invisalign® offers a more comfortable treatment experience at a similar cost to traditional braces. The Invisalign® clear aligner system is a more discreet system for straightening teeth. To get your initial consultation and to get started on the journey toward a brilliant smile, give our office a call. Our practice is one of the only certified Invisalign® dentistry offices in the Columbus area. We truly care about our patients, and we strive to provide the best care possible. To set up an initial consultation, call our office, and one of our friendly, highly trained staff members would be delighted to assist you.

Request an appointment here: https://www.ohiocosmeticdentists.com or call Ohio Cosmetic Dentists at (614) 503-5240 for an appointment in our Columbus office.

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