What is Invisalign?

Invisalign is a treatment for teeth that are used to change the appearance of your teeth. It is a series of clear aligners that are worn on your teeth for about two years.

Invisalign can be used to treat a number of dental problems, including:

-Gaps between your teeth

-Unwanted smile lines

-Crowded teeth

-Incorrect bite

If you are considering Invisalign for yourself or a loved one, it is important to understand what it is, what it can do, and what to look for when selecting an aligner. Here are some answers to some of the most common questions about Invisalign:

What is the Invisalign process?

The Invisalign process at invisalign in Ballina starts by taking a detailed x-ray of your mouth. This allows our team to design a custom treatment plan that will improve the look and function of your teeth. The first step in the treatment process is to choose an aligner that best matches your needs. 

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You will wear the aligner for approximately two years while our team continuously monitors your progress and adjusts your treatment as needed.

Is Invisalign expensive?

The cost of treatment varies depending on your specific needs and the amount of time you have to commit to Invisalign. But, in general, the cost is usually comparable to other orthodontic treatments. Of course, there are many ways that the cost can be reduced or waived by your insurance company.

What kind of aligners do they use?

Invisalign uses clear aligners that go over your teeth and are worn for approximately two years. There are multiple brands of aligners available, which you can check out on our website.

What looks like good results after Invisalign?

You'll be able to come back in for a follow-up appointment six months after the last aligner is removed from your mouth.