You may have no qualms about straightening your smile with Invisalign treatment as you visualize your dramatically improved smile. However, what you may feel a little uneasy about is how you’re supposed to get started with this orthodontic system. Particularly if you are new to care for misalignment concerns, you may not have the first notion regarding what to expect. Fortunately, you will find that it’s a relatively easy process that can quickly see you fitted with your first set of trays and on your way to a lovely grin.
First, Your Consultation
Many, many patients qualify for Invisalign treatment. Even those who assume they are going to end up requiring traditional braces. The only way for you to become knowledgeable regarding your candidacy, of course, is to see us. We invite you to schedule an orthodontic consultation. We can better determine what you are hoping to achieve and we can take a thorough look at your smile to find whether clear aligner trays will work for your type of misalignment.
In order to provide you with Invisalign treatment trays, we must have a mold of your smile from which they can be created. This means taking impressions of your smile, which will be sent to a lab, where your series of trays are made.
Your First Set
You will come in to see us once we receive your Invisalign treatment trays, so we may fill you in on every last detail regarding wear and care, and so you may get started with your first set.
Remember that with Invisalign treatment, you’re not just wearing a single set of trays. Instead, you’re making your way through a series of trays, which will shift your teeth where they belong. As a result, we’ll see you for follow-up visits throughout your course of treatment.
Consider Invisalign For An Aligned Smile
If you’re ready to shift your teeth into alignment with Invisalign treatment, visit us soon to discuss candidacy and moving forward! Call our Cleveland Family Dentistry office in Cleveland, TX, today at (281) 592-1234. We proudly serve patients and their families from Cleveland, Kingwood, New Caney, Conroe, Livingston, Huffman, and all surrounding communities.