Invisalign clear custom aligners are a great choice for Langley teens and adults who want to straighten their teeth, but don't want to deal with the hassle and obvious appearance of traditional braces.
Invisalign Aligners – A Clear Alternative to Braces
Invisalign is a series of clear, custom-made aligners that straighten your teeth without metal brackets. Because they are made of transparent plastic, Invisalign aligners are a discreet alternative to traditional braces.
We will help you assess the benefits of both Invisalign and braces, and determine the right treatment course for you.
What are the advantages to Invisalign?
While not exactly invisible, Invisalign aligners have a low profile appearance because of their clear plastic construction. They are also removable, meaning you can take them out to eat, and to brush and floss your teeth.
Invisalign has been proven effective in both clinical research and in dental practices nationwide. Whether your teeth are crowded, too far apart, or have shifted since wearing braces, Invisalign is a viable treatment option!
Helping Create Straight, White, Healthy Smiles.
Willowbrook Dental Clinic is a Straight Smile Centres Member Practice in Langley, which means you can count on our general dentists to help you achieve the straight, even smile you've been dreaming of with custom aligners from Invisalign.
We're a Straight Smile Centres Member Practice.
How does the Invisalign process work?
Assessment & Treatment Planning
Our Langley dentists will start by providing you with a detailed treatment plan and Invisalign cost estimate.
They will then take photographs and impressions of your teeth and send these, as well as the treatment plan, to Align Technologies headquarters in San Jose. There, 3-D computer technology will transform your dentist's instructions into a series of precisely customized aligners.
You will wear each set of aligners for approximately two weeks. They will move your teeth gradually until the intended result is achieved: straight teeth. Most patients visit the dentist no more often than they would with braces, and the length of treatment tends to be roughly the same.