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Is Invisalign® for you? Get your teeth straight

It all starts with a consultation with your dentist. Your doctor will examine your teeth, evaluate your smile and determine what Invisalign treatment is best recommended for you.

Once your doctor haveanalyzed your smile and determined that Invisalign is indicated for you, we will start with a simple series of pictures, radiographs and impressions.

Combining powerful technology and doctor’s expertise, we will make a digital plan for shaping your new straight smile.

How does it work?

Most patients can take advantage of Invisalign. It is indicated for many cases, such as: crowded teeth, overbite, underbite, crossbite, and gapped teeth, open bite, and if you just want generally straighter teeth.

Once your digital plan is finalized, your clear aligners are made using Invisalign state-of-the-art 3-D printing process. Your aligners are precise, personal, and customized just for you.

Invisalign clear aligners fit your lifestyle and definitely they don’t interrupt it. And at every stage, you’ll be able to see your progress and enjoy your smile as it transforms. You will be able to keep eating all your favorite foods, stay active in all the sports and activities you love.

You definitely will be able to keep brushing and flossing just as you normally do, with no brackets or wires to get in the way.

Your Invisalign aligners are virtually invisible, so people may not even notice you’re wearing them.

You’ll be ready for anything, from movie night to coffee with friends. Just take your aligners out to eat and drink, then brush your teeth before putting them back in.

For best results, you should wear your Invisalign aligners 20 to 22 hours a day for best results.

You’ll wear each set of aligners for two weeks, or as prescribed by your doctor.

You’ll probably schedule check-ups every four to eight weeks to check your progress and pick up the next batch of aligners.

When you start wearing each new set of aligners, you may feel a little extra pressure or discomfort for the first few days, which is totally normal.

Rinse your aligners every night and brush them gently with your toothbrush to keep them fresh and clean.

After you transformed your smile with the world’s most advanced technology, you can keep it looking good with the clear, discreet retainers made to go with it.

If you are interested in Invisalign in Miami and would like to know if it is an indication for you, call our office at (305) 857-0990 for a complimentary consultation with Dr. Luciana Ravazzi. For more information about Invisalign and our office, visit our website.