Invisalign Clear Aligners: The Comfortable and Convenient Alternative to Braces

A Modern Alternative to Braces

If you are looking for an alternative to braces, Invisalign may be the perfect option.


It is is a type of cosmetic dentistry that uses clear aligners to straighten teeth. This method is chosen by adults who want to improve their smile without having to go through traditional braces.


What Are They Made Of?

Clear aligners are made of a comfortable material that is virtually invisible when worn. They are removable so you can eat and drink whatever you like without having to worry about damaging your braces. It is also unlikely to cause gum irritation.


It is an ideal treatment for busy adults who want to straighten their teeth fast and discreetly without compromising their lifestyle.




What Are the Functional Benefits of Invisalign Clear Aligners?

The benefits go beyond aesthetics. Invisalign is also an effective treatment for correcting a number of different dental problems.


Crooked teeth can cause problems with biting and chewing, as well as increase your risk for gum disease and tooth decay. By straightening your teeth, Invisalign can help you avoid these oral health problems in the future.


If you are considering Invisalign clear aligners, it is important to consult with our experienced team at Vital Dental Care to see if this treatment option is right for you.


What Is the Process to Get Invisalign Clear Aligners?

You can begin by booking in a free 30-minute straightening consultation. During this time, we’ll use 3D scans to assess your smile and talk you through your treatment options as the best option for you will be based on several factors. We can even show you a glimpse of what your smile would look like after your treatment is complete! 


Are finances a hindering factor of your dental care? We offer several easy payment plan options to support you.


We would be more than happy to answer any questions that you may have about Invisalign clear aligners or any of our other dental procedures. Click here for more information