Invisalign Aligner

Straighten your teeth without the inconvenience and discomfort of traditional metal braces. Invisalign aligners are a convenient and discreet orthodontic treatment for producing a beautiful, straight smile. Unlike traditional braces, Invisalign aligners do not require lifestyle changes in order to produce results.

The aligners are clear plastic trays that fit over your teeth. They are switched out every two weeks as your teeth slowly move to the predetermined position. These smooth aligners do not cause the irritation that metal wires and brackets can cause.

The aligners are also removable. When it is time to eat, take them out and enjoy your meal or snack. When you are finished, just put them back in. It is that simple. You will not need to alter your diet to accommodate the aligners. Enjoy all your favorite foods while your teeth are being straightened.

When it comes to oral hygiene, there is nothing special to do. Take the aligners out and brush and floss as usual; rinse your aligners and put them back in. No special brushes or devices are used. What could be easier?

Invisalign aligners are not noticeable because they are clear. They are effective in moving your teeth so you can straighten out your smile simply and are practically invisible. Many older adults are finally making the choice to straighten misalignments because of the ease and invisibility of Invisalign aligners.

Invisalign Teen

Teenagers love Invisalign Teen for the same reasons adults love Invisalign. Your teenager can enjoy their favorite snacks and foods with friends. They will get to eat popcorn at the movies and enjoy caramels and other sticky food if they desire without worry. For the self-conscious teen, this is a perfect way to straighten misalignment without drawing attention to the process.

If you or your teenager is considering what it would be like to have straight teeth, contact Midgette Family Dentistry today and make an appointment for a consultation. We will be happy to show you how Invisalign works and what you can expect to see at the end of your treatment.