Dental One Associates of Toco Hills
2882 N Druid Hills Road NE, Suite A, Atlanta, GA 30329
An effective orthodontic treatment for adults and teens, Invisalign® in Atlanta can help you achieve a winning smile. Invisalign can correct malocclusion, overbite, protruding teeth, and much more. Best of all, Invisalign gives you the treatment you need without interfering with your daily life.
Metal-free and virtually transparent, Invisalign aligners are customized to address each patient’s needs. These flexible, BPA-free plastic trays are worn over the teeth for approximately 20-22 hours per day. You’ll remove the trays when eating, drinking, or brushing and flossing teeth. Each set of Invisalign aligners is created using X-ray and 3-D imaging, ensuring a perfect fit. Over time, the aligners will shift your teeth into the right position.
Every person is different, and so are their Invisalign aligners. Since Invisalign treatment is completely personalized, the cost varies from person to person. Many factors determine the final Invisalign cost, including insurance coverage, length of treatment, and the number of follow-up appointments needed. At your consultation, you’ll receive information about your unique case, your estimated Invisalign cost, and your financial options.
The length of treatment with Invisalign will largely depend on the complexity of your orthodontic problems. On average, adults with moderate orthodontic issues complete treatment within one year. Treatment time for teenagers varies widely. However, the vast majority of patients see results anywhere from 10 months to two years. Speak with one of our experienced Invisalign dentists to find out how long you’ll require aligners.
When it comes to receiving orthodontic care, always choose dentists with the proper experience and credentials. Invisalign dentistry can only be practiced by licensed dentists who’ve completed the required training. At our practice, you’ll find knowledgeable Invisalign dentists who have effectively treated a multitude of orthodontic problems. Our team is committed to helping patients achieve great results with Invisalign.
When it comes to correcting mild to moderate orthodontic problems, Invisalign in Atlanta is just as effective as metal braces. People often prefer Invisalign because the clear aligners are removable, allowing them to brush and floss teeth with ease. Invisalign also gives you the confidence of a metal-free smile. If your orthodontic problems are severe, you may see better results from metal braces. Only a dentist can properly assess your teeth and administer the right course of treatment. When considering Invisalign vs braces, be sure to consult with an experienced dentist.
Virtually transparent and easy to wear, Invisalign aligners are a modern way to straighten teeth. Invisalign offers a variety of benefits, including:
Most adults and teens with mild to moderate orthodontic issues are good candidates for Invisalign in Atlanta. Invisalign can treat crossbite, gapped teeth, bite issues, and much more. Typically, children are not good candidates for Invisalign because their mouths haven’t fully developed. To ensure proper alignment of your teeth, most dentists recommend wearing aligners on both rows of teeth. If you’re interested in learning more about Invisalign and think you might be a good candidate for treatment, give our office a call.
Invisalign is increasing in popularity among professional adults and teenagers who desire an easy-to-use and unobtrusive way to align teeth. Because of this, many plans offer Invisalign insurance to help cover the cost of treatment. If your plan doesn’t include orthodontic care, ask about our convenient financing plans. These flexible payment plans can help make the cost of treatment affordable.
When your treatment is complete, you’ll continue to brush and floss your teeth as you normally would. You may require Invisalign retainers to keep your teeth in the proper position. Retainers are usually worn in the evening. Be sure to schedule regular cleanings and dental exams at our office, which are key to your oral health.