At Impression Orthodontics, we offer a free Invisalign consultation to our patients because we know not everyone has the same orthodontic treatment needs. Some patients may present with a significant overbite which needs extensive treatment, while other patients may have a single crooked tooth they want straightened.
Our free Invisalign consultation is an opportunity for us to assess your orthodontic needs and determine what treatment would be right for you. If you present with a minor orthodontic problem, the best treatment could be Invisalign’s fast treatment option – Invisalign Lite.
What is Invisalign Lite?
Invisalign Lite is designed for minor orthodontic problems affecting the front six teeth. Some patients may have a crooked front tooth or a gap between their front teeth they want fixed; other patients may have crooked teeth because their teeth have moved post-treatment. Whatever your problem, if it’s minor, Invisalign Lite aligners could resolve the problem in as little as six months.
At Impression Orthodontics, we offer both Invisalign Lite, which uses two aligners for the top and bottom teeth, and Invisalign Lite single arch, which uses just the one aligner for a single row of teeth. We’ll let you know which one is best for you.
Effectiveness of Invisalign
Many of our patients have heard about Invisalign but wonder if it’s too good to be true. After all, how can you straighten teeth without the use of braces?
Over 4 million patients around the world have used Invisalign to straighten their teeth and achieve the smile they’ve always wanted, so if that isn’t proof that Invisalign works, we don’t know what is!
To ensure your newly straightened teeth stay straight, once you have completed Invisalign treatment we will issue you with a retainer. This is perhaps the most important, but often forgotten, phase of treatment.
Retainers come in two forms: fixed and removable.
Removable retainers look like an Invisalign aligner and sit over your teeth like a mouthguard. They help to keep your teeth in position as they settle. After about three months of wearing your retainer, you can just wear it at night.
Fixed retainers consist of a thin metal wire attached to the back surface of your teeth. These keep your teeth in position and will remain there for as long as you want your teeth to stay straight!
Book a free consultation with our friendly team today and discover how Invisalign will help you leave a great first impression.