The Invisalign System is a Virtually Invisible Way to Straighten Your Teeth
For patients who’d like to straighten their teeth in a more discreet way, Invisalign is the perfect solution! These invisible series of aligning trays gently and comfortably guide your teeth into the proper position, without the look of obvious metal braces.
Many of Dr. Gutierrez patients choose to use the Invisalign system, not only because it’s discreet, but because it’s also convenient! Invisalign trays are easily removable, allowing you to eat and drink whatever you’d like (as this often isn’t an option with traditional metal braces). The Invisalign system is also gentler on your gums, and therefore more comfortable.
Having a dentist who is educated in understanding every factor of orthodontics and how they affect the health of your smile is vital to your optimum oral health. Thankfully, Dr. Gutierrez is exactly that kind of dentist! Call our office today for a consultation.
Making you smile is our profession in Whittier Dental Arts, and the Invisalign system of virtually invisible aligners is often the best way to make that happen. It’s one of our patients’ favorite ways to get that smile they want to share with everyone, and it’s a solution we’re proud and able to offer. As part of our commitment to giving you the very best in comfortable, reassuring patient indulgence, the Invisalign system lets us provide a virtually invisible way to straighten your teeth and smile.
The Invisalign system, which uses a series of transparent plastic aligners carefully fitted to your exact specifications, means an end to food trapped behind traditional braces, special brushes, and the painful cuts and tears in your cheeks or tongue that metal braces can create. After an initial examination where the mold for your first aligner is begun, you’ll be given a simple device that you can begin wearing immediately that no one will notice.
Since you can easily and quickly remove the aligner to eat or brush, there are very few changes that have to be made to the way you conduct your life. Over time, as your teeth adjust to fit the aligner, new ones are made to complete the process, and a crooked teeth smile or a gapped teeth smile is replaced by a straight, even one that you’ll be eager to share.