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How is Invisalign® Different?

A modern, fully digitized experience to help you
get the smile you want, the way you want.

  • Better fitting than other aligners
  • 50% faster, thanks to Innovative material
  • more advanced

We know you have questions.

Start with a consultation. Your doctor will examine your teeth and show you what Invisalign® treatment can do for you.


Have you heard of iTero?

Its a next generation processor for uninterrupted scanning. iTero provides us stunning color imaging with high-definition visuals.


What kind of cases are treatable with Invisalign®?

All of these problems can be fixed with Invisalign:

  • Crowded Teeth
  • Overbite, Underbite, or Crossbite
  • Gap Teeth
  • Open Bite
  • Baby & Permanent Teeth
  • Generally Crooked Teeth

How is my Treatment Plan Made?

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A lot of powerful technology and doctor’s expertise combine to make a digital plan for shaping your new smile. It starts with a scan of your smile, and then a road map is created to plan for every shift, where you can see your new smile before you even begin treatment. 


How are my custom aligners made?

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Your clear aligners are created using industry-leading technology based on your customized treatment plan. They are engineered to ensure a great fit and trimmed especially for you.

How much does Invisalign® cost?

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The cost of Invisalign® treatment is similar to braces and insurance may cover up to $3,500. Contact us today to find out more.

Other Services

Dental Implants

A dental implant can closely be described as a “screw” that is placed in the jawbone. This “screw” replaces the root of a tooth once it is extracted and gives a solid base to attach an artificial tooth, or crown.


Crowns & Bridges

Teeth that are chipped, fractured, decayed, or damaged can be restored with strong, long lasting dental crowns or bridges.


Wisdom Teeth

Wisdom teeth, also known as third molars, are the teeth at the furthest posterior (back) of the mouth. These are the teeth that typically appear in the mid to late teen years and erupt behind the first and second molar teeth.