Transform your Smile with Invisalign
Invisalign is an alternative way to straighten teeth that excludes the wires and brackets of traditional metal braces. These clear braces consist of removable plastic aligners that are comfortable, invisible, and effective. Dr. Feller’s patients love the Invisalign process and results, and we know that you will too.
The Invisalign Process
- Consultation | First, you will schedule an appointment with Dr. Feller so that he can administer a physical examination as well as X-rays. He will get to know your unique needs and teach you more about Invisalign. You can discuss together the best way to perfect your smile.
- Creation | Dr. Feller and his team will use the information from your consultation to create a series of custommade Invisalign aligners just for you. Each aligner is formed to gradually move your teeth into their ideal locations.
- Treatment | You will visit Dr. Feller just every 46 weeks so that he can check in on your progress and give you your next set of aligners. You will wear the aligners for about 2022 hours each day, removing them to eat and to clean your teeth.
- Results | Invisalign has proven successful for thousands of individuals over the past few years. These clear braces can correct issues like overly crowded teeth, widely spaced teeth, crossbite, overbite, and underbite so that you can love your smile more than ever.
Advantages of Invisalign
Subtle | Invisalign clear braces will not change your overall look. Your friends and family will hardly notice that you’re wearing braces.
Convenient | You can still live your life normally when you wear Invisalign. The aligners can be removed when you want to floss, brush, eat, drink, or wear a sports mouthguard for a contact sport.
Comfortable | You, too, might forget that you’re straightening your teeth. The smooth plastic of Invisalign will not rub painfully against your lips or gums.
What are you waiting for? It has never been so easy to achieve an ideal smile. Give us a call to schedule your consultation with Dr. Feller today.