Invisalign® – Lenox, MI

A Predictable Way to Get a Straighter Smile

Are you not sure what to do about your crooked teeth? Invisalign clear aligners may be the answer you’re looking for. They can straighten your grin and improve the alignment of your bite, but unlike traditional metal braces, they’re removable and are much less noticeable when worn. Contact us today if you would like more information about Invisalign in Lenox, how it works, and what can make you a good candidate for it.

Why Choose Forever Young Dentistry Bayside for Invisalign®?

  • Convenient, Accurate Digital Impressions
  • Welcoming, Comfortable Dental Office
  • In-Network with a Variety of Plans

Why Is Invisalign the Right Choice?

Smiling teenage girl holding Invisalign in Lenox

Invisalign is a discreet orthodontic treatment that is much less likely to draw unwanted attention compared to metal brackets and wires. The aligners are made from clear plastic, which makes them difficult to see. As such, you’ll be able to show off your smile in all kinds of situations without having to worry about how your teeth look.

Benefits of Invisalign Over Traditional Metal Braces

Woman putting Invisalign aligner over her teeth

While traditional metal braces have withstood the test of time in many respects, they do come with a few downsides. If you choose Invisalign instead, you’ll be able to take advantage of a number of benefits that come with having a treatment performed with clear aligners. For example:

  • The smooth plastic aligners are less likely to irritate your soft oral tissues.
  • In many cases, Invisalign delivers results faster than traditional braces. (The average Invisalign treatment takes about 12 to 18 months; traditional braces sometimes have to be worn for up to 3 years.)
  • Since you’ll be able to take your aligners out by yourself, you will be free to eat whatever you want.

How We’ll Start Your Invisalign Treatment

Dentist fitting a patient with an Invisalign clear aligner

After we’ve examined your smile, we will develop your treatment plan and capture impressions of your teeth. A separate dental lab will create your aligners and send them back to our office. We’ll then give you your first set of aligners along with instructions on how long you’ll need to wear them and how to take proper care of them. Typically, you’ll need to switch to a new set of aligners after about one or two weeks of wearing the old ones.