Invisalign

Whether you have tooth alignment issues that were never addressed in adolescence, or you have a pre-teen or teen or who needs his or her teeth straightened out,

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There are many old adages about everything worth having takes time and effort and is worth waiting for. While effort and commitment are important components of any successful plan, you don’t have to wait to get started on your plan to straighten your teeth.

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For many children, teens, and adults, crooked or misaligned teeth can cause a lot of emotional pain. You may feel self-conscious when giving a presentation at work, speaking with someone at a cocktail party, or getting your picture taken with friends. As much as crooked teeth may be hurting your self-esteem, they could also be causing you physical pain as well!

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f you feel self-conscious about your crooked teeth, then you are not alone! I have met many patients who have mastered the art of the “closed lip smile” after years of practice, because they felt ashamed or embarrassed of crooked teeth. Twenty years ago if you wanted to straighten your teeth, you only had one option: conventional braces with metal brackets and unsightly wires.

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You desperately want to straighten your teeth and improve your appearance, but you don’t want to spend time with a mouth full of metal braces. You don’t have to. You can join the millions of people who choose Invisalign® for their orthodontic care. The fact that they’re virtually invisible isn’t the only reason Rebecca Castaneda, …

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Straightening a crooked smile can do wonders for an individual’s self-esteem and even their social life, but can it actually improve their dental health and hygiene?  Crooked teeth are more difficult to clean properly with a toothbrush and with floss.

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When you think of someone smiling wide and showing a mouthful of braces, you will probably picture a young child or teen. In fact, the majority of braces are placed on children between the ages of 8 and 14 years of age. Adults considering braces may feel uncomfortable with the thought of getting them or even wonder if they’ve “aged out of braces.”

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