Serenity Family Dentistry – Orthodontics – Invisalign and Retainers
Crooked teeth? Are they out of alignment? Have jaw pain? Have you been putting off getting braces for too long? Considering braces but you are concerned about having a metal smile? Your smile is your first impression. Serenity Family Dentistry in Charlotte has helped children and adults to find their perfect smiles. Dr. Attaway is a trained and certified orthodontist and can guide you on what to expect with your treatments. She will also discuss the benefits of using Invisalign® which is a nearly invisible treatment option. If you are considering dental braces for yourself or a family member, common reasons to consider orthodontic treatment can include:
- Gaps in teeth
- Overbite or Underbite
- Crooked teeth
- Crowded teeth
Invisalign® Versus Traditional Braces
At Serenity Family Dentistry, we are a licensed provider for Invisalign®. Invisalign® is an alternative to traditional orthodontic braces using metal, bands, and wires. Invisalign® aligners are custom-made to your specific needs and dental structure. Formed with a smooth plastic, clear aligners fit comfortable giving you a confident smile. Having traditional dental braces meant avoiding hard foods, sticky foods or food that can easily get trapped between the brackets. The Invisalign® aligners are removable, so you can eat the foods that you like without worry.
Invisalign® provides quicker results over traditional braces with up to 50% less treatment time. The aligners are designed to gradually move your teeth into position by using series of alignment trays.
Once your orthodontic treatment to align your teeth is completed, the next step is to be fitted for a retainer. Retainers work to keep your teeth from moving out of alignment.
Are You Eligible For Invisalign®?
- Children can receive treatment. We just recommend that you wait until their permanent teeth come in.
- Teens and adults can also be fitted for treatment. It’s never too late.
Your initial consultation will include a thorough examination to determine your treatment plan. This can include:
- Going over your dental and medical history
- Taking X-rays
- Creating mold impressions or digitally scanning your mouth to create a 3-D model of your teeth
- Reviewing insurance and payment options
For more information, call us for a personal consultation.
At Serenity Family Dentistry in Charlotte, we are creating beautiful smiles with a gentle touch.