If you want to have a beautifully straighten smile, but do not want to be seen wearing metal wires and brackets on your teeth, all you need to do is come to see us at Attentive Dental Care. At our dental practice, our expert dentist, Dr. Karey P. Matthews, can provide you with orthodontic treatment using Morristown Invisalign.
When patients come to our dental practice wanting to have their teeth straightened with Morristown Invisalign, our dentist will first need to analyze your bite situation to make sure your bite can be straightened using Invisalign. Since Invisalign uses clear plastic aligners instead of metal wires and brackets to straighten your teeth, it cannot be used to fixed all bite situations. However, once our dentist finds that you are a good candidate for this treatment, and a great deal of people are, CAD/CAM computer technology will be used to create your individualized series of aligners. Your set of aligners will have anywhere between 15 and 45 aligners in it, depending on the bite problem being corrected. Each aligner is worn for two weeks and will slowly move your teeth into position for the next aligner. Once you have finished wearing the last aligner in the series, your treatment with Invisalign will be complete and you will have your beautiful new smile. Our patients thoroughly enjoy treatment with Invisalign because it means they can attend work and social gatherings without ever needing to worry that they will be embarrassed by being seen wearing braces on their teeth. In addition, the clear plastic aligners are virtually invisible while they are being worn, so no one will even know that you are receiving orthodontic care. Our patients find that the clear plastic aligners are extremely comfortable, since they do not contain any metal parts. They are also able to eat anything they want during the entire treatment, since the aligners are removed during meals.
For an appointment to be seen by our dentist to see if you too can have your teeth straightened using Morristown Invisalign, contact us today.