Invisalign® Clear Braces


Have you been putting off getting your teeth straightened because you don’t want to wear traditional braces? Here at Town Dental Group, we believe everyone deserves to have straight teeth, so we offer Invisalign® treatment for teens and adults who would prefer to make improvements without drawing attention to their smiles during treatment.

What Is Invisalign® Treatment?

The  Invisalign® system is an excellent alternative to traditional braces. These clear aligners offer a subtle straightening solution for those with orthodontic needs. They are made from BPA-free plastic that is soft and clear enough to be barely noticeable to onlookers. Though the plastic is comfortable in your mouth, it’s strong enough to form straight teeth by gently applying pressure over time.

Why Should I Choose  Invisalign® Clear Braces?

Here are a few reasons you may want to consider choosing Invisalign® clear braces to straighten your teeth:

  • Barely Noticeable – The changes to your teeth may be obvious, but the aligners won’t be. Many of your peers won’t even realize you are wearing Invisalign® clear braces.
  • Easily Removable – You can take  Invisalign® aligners out any time you eat, brush, or floss! This means you have more freedom to enjoy all types of food during the straightening process. Just make sure you are committed to wearing Invisalign® clear braces at least 20-22 hours a day. This is the amount of time required for your teeth to make the necessary movement.
  • Completely Comfortable – Because  Invisalign® clear braces are made of soft plastic, your mouth and gums shouldn’t be irritated when you wear your clear braces.
  • Easy Cleaning –  Invisalign®aligners are removable. It’s easy to clean them as well as your mouth. Your aligners are replaced every two weeks, which means they should be able to stay in great condition.

Our team will help you get started with Invisalign® clear braces. We can even project how your results should appear once your treatment is finished! Call Town Dental Group today to learn more or to set an appointment.