Giving patients a straighter smile in Plano, Texas.
Many patients want to improve the smile’s appearance but are hesitant to spend months, even years, wearing unattractive metal appliances that obscure their teeth. If you’re in this situation, My Dentist in Plano has a solution for you—Invisalign Clear Braces.
Invisalign trays are practically invisible, and they can be removed for eating and oral hygiene.
If you choose Invisalign, you will be able to appreciate the effects of your treatment as it occurs, rather than waiting for the appliances to be removed before fully enjoying your new smile.
Beyond its aesthetic appeal, Invisalign tends to be more convenient for orthodontic patients. You won’t have to adjust your home oral care routines to accommodate a collection of brackets and wires, and you won’t have to worry about those appliances catching bits of food while you eat.
Invisalign patients also are able to eat a normal diet because they can remove the trays at meal time. You won’t need to sacrifice your favorite foods for months as you wait for your teeth to be straightened!
Because Invisalign patients take on the primary responsibility of switching to a new aligner tray every other week, they’ll spend less time in the dentist’s office for adjustments.
The trays are designed to move the teeth through a series of applied forces, so it’s very important for patients to stick to the Invisalign schedule recommended by our dentist. For best results, the trays should be worn between 20 and 22 hours a day.
Invisalign Treatment in Plano
If you want to straighten your teeth but need to maintain their appearance during treatment for professional reasons or personal preference, Invisalign may be right for you. Contact our office to learn more about this approach to orthodontic treatment.
My Dentist in Plano hosted the second annual Helping Hearts event on Saturday, April 7th 2018.
Congratulations to our Luck O’ the Irish drawing winners!
This year the Autism Society is working to go beyond spreading awareness of autism, and encouraging supporters to share acceptance and appreciation of the autistic community.