Dentist White Bear Lake MN - Dental log
Posts for: November, 2019
Unhappy with your smile? Here at Isaacson Gentle Dentistry in White Bear Lake, MN, your dentists, Dr. Daniel Isaacson and Dr. Mike Weisbrod, offer discreet and comfortable Invisalign treatment. Read on to learn if this treatment is right for you!
You need orthodontic care
There's no doubt. You have a pronounced overbite and some embarrassing gaps. Here's where Invisalign clear aligners come in. They're smooth, removable, and invisible—in fact, no one will even be able to notice you're wearing them as you advance through your customized treatment plan.
At our office in White Bear Lake, your dentists are platinum Invisalign providers with extensive skill and experience in this innovative orthodontic system. They utilize simple oral examination and a sophisticated iTero scanner to put together a plan to correct your smile issues: bite problems, crowding, tooth tipping, gaps, and more!
What it involves
Treatment with Invisalign involves wearing 18 to 30 aligner pairs. Each is thin, comfortable, and discreet. You wear them 18-to-20 hours a day every day for two weeks and then switch to the next pair in your sequence. Your dentist may even preview your smile for you at each stage of treatment. When you're done, your smile will be straight, beautiful, and easy to clean.
Amazingly, your aligners are completely removable. Take them out to:
- Eat all your meals and snacks
- Brush and floss your teeth
- Clean your aligners (with a soft brush and warm water)
- Go to a job interview or get your picture taken
After just nine to eighteen months, you'll finish your Invisalign plan. Most people wear retainers at night until their smiles stabilize. Dr. Isaacson or Dr. Weisbrod will tell you what aftercare is best for your smile.
Your great, straight smile
Invisalign clear aligners provide the easiest, most discreet path to that goal. For your personalized Invisalign consultation, phone our office in White Bear Lake at (651) 762-7677. We are open Monday through Friday at 7 am.