At R Dental, we offer Invisalign clear aligners that are custom molded for you to ensure an exact fit. Invisalign is an orthodontic alternative, designed to gradually shift the teeth to the desired position and create a straight smile.

The process involved in getting Invisalign clear aligners is very simple and cost-effective.

Invisalign – An Alternative To Braces

The Invisalign Process

Our doctors will take an impression of the teeth to custom fabricate your set of Invisalign clear aligners. Generally, a patient is advised to wear a set of Invisalign aligners for a period of two weeks. After two weeks another set of Invisalign aligners are given to the patient which are slightly tighter than the previous ones. Day by day, week by week your teeth will move to the desired position. The entire treatment may last for not more than a year.

invisalignApart from being cost-effective, Invisalign clear aligners also offer a hassle free and hygienic way of straightening teeth. They are comfortable as they are easily removable – one can easily brush and floss like pre-treatment days and eat and drink according to your desires. Food particles do not stick around, and Invisalign can also be removed for special outings. It ensures your freedom and you can laugh as much as you like without covering your mouth to hide that metal wire.

Invisalign Care

Taking care of Invisalign clear aligners is very simple. Every time you brush your teeth you can brush your aligners as well. They can also be soaked and cleaned in a denture cleaner while you are busy eating. It is not advisable to remove them at night. Moreover, you will feel so comfortable wearing them that the thought of removing them at night will not even occur to you.

Invisalign – For Adults

Invisalign makes use of invisible, removable, and comfortable clear aligners that are almost invisible and difficult to detect by others. You can return your teeth to their ideal position with low fuss, and time. Invisalign is an easy way to improve your smile. Call us today to learn more!


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