Invisalign® :: Invisalign® :: Severance Dental


Looking for a straighter, more aligned smile but aren't willing to deal with the hassle and appearance of traditional dental braces? Severance Dental offers clear aligner therapy with Invisalign®. Invisalign® is a revolutionary orthodontic appliance that straightens and aligns misaligned teeth without notice – a near invisible dental braces option. 

A Clear Alternative to Traditional Braces

Our caring and compassionate general dentist in Severance, CO, has obtained the expertise and understanding to offer Invisalign® for those who qualify. Invisalign® treatment isn't for all cases, but for a more perfect alignment of teeth, Invisalign® can help create healthy, beautiful smiles. 

What to Expect

Once our dentist determines Invisalign® is right for you, we will make impressions of your teeth using a digital scanner, the iTero®. The impressions will allow us to craft and create the appliances you will use during treatment.

Once the appliances arrive, you will meet with our dentist to ensure a good fit, and we will review care and scheduling. Depending on how your teeth shift and adapt to the clear aligners, you may be required to visit our dental office periodically to examine changes in your trays.

Why Invisalign®, Clear Aligner Therapy?

With our excellent dental treatments and oral care, Invisalign® treatment at Severance Dental provides the additional benefit of aligning misaligned teeth and improving your smile. 

  • More than clear braces – Invisalign® provides the ultimate discretion for straightening teeth – even more discrete than clear braces. Although Invisalign® cannot correct all cases like traditional metal or ceramic braces, they can straighten teeth without the appearance of traditional braces when qualified.
  • Improved comfort – Invisalign® doesn't use brackets or wires, which often leads to discomfort and tenderness in your mouth or jaw. Invisalign® is designed with specific smooth plastic leading to improved comfort throughout your treatment.
  • No diet restrictions – Often, with traditional metal or ceramic braces, restrictions are offered to ensure the metal brackets or wires are not damaged during treatment. Because Invisalign® is removable during treatment, you may remove the device to enjoy the foods you would typically eat.
  • No changes in oral hygiene – Traditional braces require extra care to clean and remove particles caught in the brackets. Interdental brushes have been designed to clean hard-to-reach places between brackets and wires, but they still may be tough to use. With Invisalign® clear aligners, you can remove your appliance to brush and care for your teeth as you usually would without changing your oral care routine.

The Dangers of Misaligned Teeth 

Although we often consider orthodontic treatment a luxury for a cosmetic appearance, oral concerns exist. In many cases, crooked or misaligned teeth can cause a variety of severe oral health concerns, including:

  • Increased Tooth Decay
    Cleaning the surfaces of crooked or misaligned teeth is often more challenging. Food can get stuck between the teeth, making plaque build up more quickly, leading to decay, gum disease, and other tooth issues.
  • Teeth Wear Increases
    Misaligned teeth can wear your teeth down much quicker or in odd patterns, damaging teeth and making it harder to chew.
  • Tooth Loss
    In severe cases, bite misalignment and decay can lead to tooth loss, a problem that is much more expensive to correct than the treatments Invisalign® can correct.

If you're wondering if Invisalign® is the right orthodontic solution for you, we encourage you to schedule a consultation with our dentist in Severance, CO, to evaluate your teeth and answer any questions. We look forward to helping you achieve a smile that makes you feel more confident and improves your oral health

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