Worcester area patients who visit Dr. Stanley Levenson of Levenson Smile often ask about ways of achieving a more beautiful smile. When problems such as alignment of the teeth is a concern, he may want to discuss with patients the options they have in regards to the quickest way to straighten the teeth. Most patients instantly think of traditional orthodontics, envisioning unsightly metal brackets and wires covering their smile when they speak and laugh with others. This is a turn-off for many patients and keeps them from pursuing a more beautiful smile. Fortunately, advances in cosmetic and general dentistry now allow patients to enjoy an unforgettable smile with the use of orthodontic alternatives such as Invisalign.
Invisalign is one of several different aligner therapies that are commonly used to address misalignment of the teeth. Dr. Stanley Levenson finds that Invisalign is a wonderful method of addressing malocclusion. Patients with mild to moderate issues with the alignment of their smile are welcome to speak to our dental team about Invisalign and learn how it works.
Invisalign is one of the quickest ways of achieving a more beautiful smile. It uses a discreet method of repair with clear, aligner trays. Aligner trays are custom-made for each patient based on initial impressions made from the smile. These are translated into digital impressions and sent to the Invisalign providers who fabricate a series of trays. Every patient will have a different set of trays, and the number of trays in their treatment will vary depending on the severity of their misalignment. Patients are instructed to wear each tray for two weeks at a time, going through the series one by one to gradually reposition their teeth.
Dr. Stanley Levenson of Levenson Smile encourages patients to take the time to find out more about the ways in which Invisalign aligner therapy can help them get a beautiful smile in a fast, effective, and discreet manner. Contact our team today to book an appointment with Worcester area dentist, Dr. Stanley Levenson.