How Do I Know if Invisalign is Right for Me?

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Invisalign is an exciting alternative to braces. Our experienced expert in Invisalign in Los Angeles can use this revolutionary orthodontic treatment to correct many alignment issues, including improperly spaced teeth, crooked teeth and bite problems. Think you may be a good candidate for the procedure? If you have minor to moderate orthodontic problems and are interested in a subtle, comfortable solution, Invisalign might be right for you.

Some considerations as you choose the best treatments for your needs include:

  • The extent of your treatment needs
    Invisalign can provide excellent results for many patients, but is not right for everyone. Those with complex treatment needs or severe malocclusions may need to consider other options, such as conventional braces or a combination of braces and Invisalign. However, Invisalign can meet a lot of treatment needs, including gapped teeth, crowded teeth, overbite, underbite and crossbite.
  • Your age
    Invisalign is most appropriate for teens and adults whose jaws have finished growing. However, Invisalign Teen does include features that make it more appropriate for teens and can accommodate their unique needs.
  • Your commitment
    Invisalign is an easy treatment option, but it does require a certain amount of commitment. You must be willing to wear your aligners about 22 hours a day and change them on a scheduled basis. You must also be committed to keeping your teeth as clean as possible throughout treatment.

Call us today to find out more or to read Invisalign reviews from some of our patients during a consultation.

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