Scotts Valley and Santa Cruz, CA
Ebrahimian Integrative Dentistry offers a clear, nearly invisible method to straighten your teeth. Many adults desire straighter teeth but without the look of traditional braces. Invisalign is everything you want and more. Using clear, plastic aligners that fit directly over your teeth, Invisalign will provide you with the smile that you desire.
How does Invisalign straighten my teeth?
Invisalign uses clear, custom-made aligners that are to be worn at least 20 hours a day. Each set of aligners are worn for approximately two weeks and then switched out for a new set. This method continues until desired results have been reached. Each set of aligners is responsible for applying a slight amount of pressure against your teeth, slowly bringing them into alignment.
Benefits of Invisalign
Although traditional braces are effective, some patients simply prefer the added convenience and benefits of clear aligners for their orthodontic therapy. Our patients appreciate the benefits of Invisalign that traditional braces simply cannot offer, including:
- No metal poking cheeks and gums
- No sore spots
- No food getting trapped
- No limited diet, eat what you want
- Faster results
How fast can I get results with Invisalign?
The length of treatment is typically less than with traditional braces. With Invisalign, treatment ranges from one to one and a half years, whereas traditional braces may take as long as five years to achieve desired results. The best part about Invisalign is that you can straighten your teeth without anyone ever noticing!
A consultation is the first step when considering Invisalign treatment. We will develop a personalized treatment plan that outlines the length of treatment, how many aligners you will need, and cost. We will also need to take impressions of your mouth to use for fabricating your custom aligners.
To schedule a consultation, contact Ebrahimian Integrative Dentistry today at (831) 438-4411. We welcome patients of Los Gatos, Santa Cruz, and Scotts Valley, California.