About Invisalign® Treatment
Properly aligned and beautifully straight teeth are more than just attractive, they're better for your oral health. Dental malocclusion (a bad bite), crooked teeth, and gaps can turn into future problems that are painful and possibly expensive to fix. Our MINT Orthodontics professionals are pleased to use the Invisalign® aligning system for our patients in Dallas, TX. Made custom to gently and comfortably meet your cosmetic goals, Invisalign® clear aligners are more comfortable and attractive compared to metal braces. Since you can remove them, you'll find it easy to eat, brush your teeth, and floss. If you're excited about the idea of having a smile that's both healthy and beautiful, make an initial Invisalign® consultation at MINT Orthodontics in Dallas, TX. Our modern practice uses state-of-the-art dental tools, techniques, and technology including Invisalign® clear aligners so you can get a beautiful, dazzling smile you'll want to share with the world.
Invisalign Teeth Straightening Reviews
"Don’t normally write reviews but I have had great experiences at both Mint Dental (Las Colinas) and Mint Ortho specifically this location at Mockingbird Station. Super friendly staff, I was nervous for my Ortho consult and very self conscious but they made me feel comfortable and the tech (I wish I could remember her name) was super friendly and pleasant. Kudos to the doctor and the staff for being friendly, efficient and very helpful. I had questions about my insurance coverage and was given all of the answers before committing to Invisalign. So glad that I did and excited for my next step to get my aligners! 10/10 would recommend."- M.O. / Google / Feb 03, 2021
Several factors will influence the alignment of your teeth: if you sucked your thumb as a child, hereditary traits, losing a tooth or several teeth, or an injury to your jaw. Misaligned teeth may cause other oral health problems, such as a bad bite (dental malocclusion), ground-down enamel, difficulty chewing and speaking, plus toothaches and TMD (temporomandibular joint disorder). If your dental team sees signs or symptoms of one of these issues at your annual examination, we might suggest Invisalign® treatment.
Invisalign® clear aligners are good for teens and adults who would like to improve their smile but without the appearance and hassle of metal orthodontics. Even though your aligners should be in at least 20 hours a day, Invisalign® clear aligners can be removed to brush your teeth and eat, plus for playing sports and special events. More discreet than traditional braces, most people won't know that you're wearing your Invisalign® clear aligners.
What Should i Expect?
Once we have created your treatment plan, your first Invisalign® clear aligners will be made from the digital x-rays taken at our office. Once they are sent to our office, we will contact you to get your first aligners and instructions from your dentist. You need to use your aligners every day for at least 20 hours for the treatment to work, with the goal of only taking them out to brush your teeth and eat. After about two weeks, you should switch to your second set of aligners so they can continue to shift your bite closer to proper alignment. You should plan to attend appointments as recommend by your dentist so we can check your progress and get more digital x-rays taken that will be sent to Invisalign® so they can make your new aligners. How long you will need to wear your aligners will depend on your starting bite and your specific goals. Most patients use Invisalign® clear aligners for an average of 10 – 18 months.
Now that you've transformed your smile with Invisalign® clear aligners, it is crucial to keep your teeth in place with a retainer while your gums and jaw adjust. You can keep your smile looking beautiful with a clear, discreet Vivera® retainer. Vivera® retainers are specially made to hold your teeth in place after you've completed your final set of aligning trays. Your Vivera® retainer will be specially made for you at the Invisalign® dental lab from digital x-rays taken at our office. We will tell you when to use your retainer and give you care instructions after it's returned to our office. Your orthodontist will continue to assess your alignment and bite during your yearly dental examinations to ensure they remain straight.
The MINT Commitment
Usually, some of your costs for an Invisalign® treatment is paid if you have insurance. We will get more information on your specific policy coverage and then determine your costs. Our office takes several payments to cover your out-of-pocket expenses or if you aren't using insurance. At your consultation, your dentist can discuss estimates and how we can help make your treatment easier to afford with zero interest medical financing and flexible payment plans. It's important to remember that a healthy smile is part of a happy, healthy life. Our office is dedicated to helping you find an affordable way to get the beautiful smile you've always wanted.
Embrace Your Smile, Today!
When you or your child want a healthy smile minus the visibility of metal braces, contact us to schedule a free consultation at our modern office to get started with the advanced Invisalign® aligning system. The board-certified doctors of MINT Orthodontics in Dallas, TX will create your personal Invisalign® plan at your consultation and start you on the path to a healthy, beautiful smile.
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