Invisalign - Newark Family Dental

Invisalign (also known as clear braces and clear aligners) is an alternative to traditional braces. It is used to move teeth into their proper position and helps control tooth movement without brackets or metal wires.

Advantages of Invisalign

Invisalign is a good option for patients who do not want to wear traditional braces but want a straighter smile. Invisalign clear aligners are also useful for patients who have received orthodontic treatment and want to make small changes to their smile. There are numerous benefits of using Invisalign

  • Invisalign is easy to remove and allows easy brushing and flossing after meals
  • Invisalign is easy to clean
  • Invisalign is more comfortable than braces. It ensures less irritation to the cheeks and gums.

What Can I Expect from Invisalign?

Invisalign is thin, clear, plastic-like trays specially designed to match a person’s teeth. Patients are responsible for placing and removing their Invisalign aligners. Invisalign aligners are made to move teeth slowly with each aligner. Each aligner is used for two to three weeks.


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