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Achieve A Straighter Smile With Invisalign

Achieve A Straighter Smile With InvisalignDo you want a straighter smile?

At Sudbury Dental Arts in Sudbury, MA, we offer a full range of cosmetic dentistry solutions to effectively straighten crooked teeth. One of the most effective and popular solutions for straightening crooked teeth is Invisalign.

Dr. Kerri Bourgeois is a Sudbury area Invisalign provider. Dr. B can work with you to determine if Invisalign is right for your orthodontic needs. Ideally, Invisalign can be sued to treat teen and adult patients with mild to moderation alignment issues. Patients choose Invisalign invisible braces for their convenience and effective results. Invisalign may not work for all patients. However, Dr. B will work with you to find the ideal solution for your dental needs.

Invisalign Aligners Can Treat:

To learn more about Invisalign, visit Sudbury Dental Arts. We work closely with each of our patients to help them achieve their ideal smile. To schedule an appointment, call (978) 218-2580 or schedule an appointment online.

How Does Invisalign Work

Your Invisalign treatment will begin with a thorough consultation with Dr. B. During your consultation, you and Dr. B will discuss your cosmetic goals, asses the condition of your teeth, and determine if your crooked teeth are caused by an underlying dental concern. Our goal at Sudbury Dental Arts is to help patients building a stable foundation to support long-term oral health.

Dr. B will take digital images of the teeth and jaw, and send them to an Invisalign lab for the fabrication of your custom made aligners. Once your aligners trays are fabricated, Dr. B will check the fit to ensure that fit comfortably and firmly over your teeth.

The length of your treatment will depend on the severity of your orthodontic issues. Ideally, patients should wear their aligner for at least 22 hours a day. Patients can enjoy the benefit of removing their aligner to eat, drink, and perform their daily oral hygiene routine.