You can have beautiful, straight teeth!
Are your teeth slightly crooked, or is your bite misaligned? Do you want to avoid traditional braces but still get your teeth straightened? If so, Invisalign may be the answer! Our Hazlet cosmetic dentists offer these clear, removable aligners as a solution for gradually shifting your teeth over time without the use of metal braces. Within a year or so, you could have straight teeth to enjoy for the rest of your life!
The benefits of Invisalign include:
- Discreet movement of teeth into their proper position
- Easy removal and replacement
- Hand-crafted design specifically for your mouth
How the Invisalign Process Works
Before you receive your Invisalign clear braces, you will first need to consult with a dentist and determine whether this is the right treatment for you. If it is determined that Invisalign is a good teeth straightening option in your case, then your dentist will proceed to create a customized plan for how your teeth should be shifted. The dentist will reach this plan after taking x-rays, impressions, and photos of your teeth and transferring them into a digital 3-D image.
Your treatment will begin with your first set of clear aligners, which are custom-made to fit your teeth. The specific design of the aligners will allow for slow shifting of your teeth, in accordance with your treatment plan. Because your teeth will be changing position over time, your aligners need to be regularly updated. You will receive a new set of Invisalign aligners every couple of weeks, which makes it possible for your teeth to continue the straightening process.
Schedule a Consultation Today
We have two decades of experience, which makes us well-qualified to assist you with your dental needs. To dramatically improve your crooked teeth, call Glenwood Dental in Hazlet at (732) 264-4477 to schedule a free consultation. We look forward to meeting you and transforming your smile!
Why Choose Us?
- No Lecture/Judgment Zone
- We Treat Patients Like Family
- Cutting Edge Office
- Ultimate Standard of Care
- We Work With People, Not Teeth