NoviClear Invisible Dental Aligners
We are thrilled to offer this affordable method of straightening teeth. Noviclear Aligners are custom-made for each individual patient. A series of invisible aligners will gradually move your teeth into place.
1. First, come to our office for an initial consultation. We will take impressions of your teeth and start the plan to improve your smile.
2. We develop your complete treatment plan, including estimates about the length of time you’ll wear each aligner.
3. Your personal aligners are produced and you’ll pick them up at our office.
4. Follow your plan carefully to get the very best results.
What are the benefits of clear aligners over traditional braces?
Clear aligners don’t use metal, which can scratch and irritate gums and cheeks. It’s also easier to keep your teeth clean because you can simply remove the aligner to brush and floss. You also remove the aligner when you eat so there’s no need to avoid certain foods. There’s also aesthetic benefits to aligners. Plus, treatment can be much less expensive.
Who can use clear aligners?
Patients who have mild to moderate misalignment are good candidates for aligners. More severe cases may need traditional braces. Some people who have already had braces use aligners to maintain their straightened smile. Dr. Asha can discuss the best option for your situation. Generally, patients should have their full set of permanent teeth before using aligners.
How do I get more information?
If you are interested in straightening crooked teeth with clear aligners, schedule an appointment or contact us with any questions you have about your individual situation.
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