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When is the best time to start Invisalign?

For many people, a crooked smile is a source of discomfort and even low self-confidence.

Sometimes, when you think about teeth straightening options, you may think of traditional braces that kids and teens have. But with today’s high-tech options that are discreet and comfortable.

But that’s not always so. Enter – Invisalign!

Why Invisalign?

Invisalign is the latest and most advanced option for achieving a straight smile. Because Invisalign consists of clear aligners, it is a great way for adults of any age to get the smile they want.

When considering Invisalign, it’s important to understand that you’ll need to visit Dr. Milan every couple of weeks to get new aligners as your teeth gradually shift. If you are unable to commit to this, Invisalign may not be right for you.

Further, you should wear your Invisalign aligners at least 22 hours of the day, only removing them when you are eating. Likewise, if you cannot commit to this, you should rethink the treatment.

Many people see results from Invisalign in just a matter of months up to two years, depending on the case. As always. Dr. Milan and his staff work to achieve your smile goals in the quickest and easiest way possible. But a consultation will determine the timeframe that you will need to slate out for the treatment.

In all, Invisalign can be a fantastic teeth-straightening procedure for teens and adults alike of nearly any age and is a viable alternative to traditional braces that are intrusive and bulky.

The best time to start your Invisalign journey may very well be now!

Invisalign consultation

Dr. Milan invites you to schedule a consultation for Invisalign at his Birmingham, MI cosmetic dental office.

As a leader in the cosmetic dentistry industry, Dr. Milan and his team have helped countless people achieve the smile they desire (and deserve!). To know if Invisalign is right for you, please call us today. We are eager to get you on the path to a straight, healthy smile!

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