Straight Teeth Without Braces

Luckily, there’s another option – Invisalign clear aligners are the braces-free way to achieve straight teeth. As an Invisalign Preferred Provider, Dr. Alysa Sadkin can help you straighten your teeth with virtually undetectable orthodontics. Contact us at Complete Dentistry in Trophy Club to start your orthodontic journey with Invisalign in Trophy Club, TX!

Complete Dentistry in Trophy Club, TX

Choosing Complete Dentistry for your Invisalign is a great decision, as our team of highly trained dentists use cutting-edge technology and techniques to ensure you have access to world-class treatments. We prioritize people over profits and work hard to make sure nearby families can get everything they need in one place, offering them exceptional service and quality care.

We understand that people feel anxious and nervous before visiting the dentist and ensure our guests leave feeling relieved, impressed, valued, educated, and with improved oral health leading to better overall health. Our beautiful office is equipped with the latest technologies and our staff strives to provide top-notch dental care combined with a warm smile. If you're looking for an experienced team of dentists who have your best interest in mind, look no further than Complete Dentistry for your Invisalign needs.

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How does Invisalign work?

Invisalign straightens your teeth with clear plastic trays that are custom-made based on digital impressions that we take of your mouth. The treatment uses a series of these trays, each of which is designed to reposition a small section of your smile at a time. You’ll wear each set of aligners for about two or three weeks before moving on to the next one. It’s vital that you wear the aligners for at least 22 hours per day; only take them out to eat, drink, brush, or floss. Over the course of your treatment, you’ll check in with Dr. Sadkin every few weeks to make sure your teeth are moving as planned.

What is the process for getting Invisalign?

  • The Invisalign process begins with a consultation with one of our dentists. 
  • After deciding to start treatment, x-rays and photographs of your teeth will be taken and an impression will be made, to be sent with your dentist's instructions for how the teeth should move during the Invisalign treatment. 
  • Next, you will receive a set of customized aligners which are designed to be worn in a specific order for two-week intervals. 
  • Following this, your orthodontist will refine your smile as your treatment is progressing.
  • Lastly, it is important to maintain the new smile by wearing retainers for a period after treatment is complete, allowing your jawbone time to settle around the newly placed teeth.
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What are the benefits of Invisalign?

Patients prefer Invisalign to traditional braces for several reasons:

  • Unless someone knows what to look for, your aligners should be essentially unnoticeable when worn.
  • Since you can remove the aligners at any time, you won’t need to adjust your diet or oral care routine.
  • The smooth plastic of the aligners is less likely to irritate your mouth than the sharp metal brackets and wires.
  • The average treatment time with Invisalign (12-18 months) is much shorter than that of metal braces (24-36 months).
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Am I a good candidate for Invisalign?

If you're considering getting Invisalign to straighten your teeth, you should know that the treatment can generally serve many of the same purposes as traditional braces for most common orthodontic issues. That includes correcting gaps between teeth, crowded teeth, mild overbites and underbites, protruding teeth, and crooked teeth. If a greater issue exists requiring substantial adjustments such as jawbone movement for a severe overbite or underbite then this treatment may not be suitable for you. Ultimately, it's important to speak with a professional to anticipate whether Invisalign is right for you.

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