Invisalign aligners are clear and custom-made aligners that are primarily used for straightening teeth. They fit tightly over your teeth and make adjustments to improve your teethโ€™s alignment and spacing. These clear aligners are also used for treating cases such as crowded teeth, crossbite, open bite, overbite, and underbite.

Moreover, they are a great alternative to traditional braces in terms of aesthetics and appearance. If you donโ€™t prefer showcasing a mouthful of metal when smiling, Invisalign clear aligners are a good choice for you. They are a more pleasing aesthetic treatment as they are practically transparent and virtually invisible on your teeth โ€“ that people may not even notice youโ€™re wearing them.

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Do you ever look at yourself in the mirror and not like your crooked or misaligned teeth?

Do you feel embarrassed? Or are you conscious of it โ€“ that you tend to hide your smile?

Such a situation can impact and affect your self-esteem. And we, at Westwood Dental, donโ€™t want that to happen to you. Weโ€™d want you to feel better about yourself, and one way to do that is through Invisalign.

Why Do You Need Invisalign?

At Westwood Dental, we understand that some people may have doubts about getting Invisalign clear aligners. However, we want to assure you and show that there are many benefits to wearing them. And among these are aesthetics and ease of teeth cleaning.

Still not sure?

Weโ€™ve come up with a list of reasons why choosing to get Invisalign can be one of the best decisions of your life.

  • It is comfortable and convenient. Invisalign clear aligners offer comfort and convenience as they can be taken out when you brush your teeth, drink, eat, or floss. Also, there are no brackets, wires, or other restrictions that come with dental braces.
  • It can ease facial, jaw, and neck pain. Aesthetics and comfort aside, Invisalign clear aligners help alleviate sore facial muscles and the painful effect of teeth grinding. It also helps relieve symptoms of temporomandibular joint (TMJ) disorder, which causes inefficient and painful chewing and misaligned jaws.
  • It improves your overall oral health. Invisalign clear aligners help straighten your teeth and give you a more functional bite. And having straight teeth means they are easier to keep clean, which reduces the risk of gum disease and tooth decay.

See your new Invisalign smile in seconds.

Scan the QR code to see your smile transformation.

  1. Get your phone.
  2. Open your camera.
  3. Point it at the QR code.
  4. Snap your selfie.
  5. See your new smile!

Invisalign Procedure:

How Does the Invisalign Process Work?

Our Invisalign treatment starts with a consultation. Weโ€™ll examine your teeth, gather your medical & dental history, and determine whether or not Invisalign is right for you.

Not everyone is an appropriate candidate for Invisalign clear aligners. If you have impacted or missing teeth, Invisalign may not be the best option for you. This is why we perform an initial consultation. We will take records of your teeth and bite, including X-rays, bite registration, dental impressions, and photos.

And once youโ€™re found to be eligible for the treatment, we will create a unique treatment plan that maps out the movements of your teeth and design your Invisalign clear aligners.

Youโ€™ll start seeing results in a couple of weeks, and the entire treatment can be completed in a couple of weeks (depending on the complexity of your case). Be confident that we will be with you every step of the way to monitor your progress and ensure your Invisalign clear aligners fit correctly.

Schedule Your Invisalign Appointment in Malton, Ontario

Itโ€™s time to start your Invisalign treatment journey for a more beautiful smile. Learn more about Invisalign clear aligners and discover how they can fix teeth straightening and bite issues.

If youโ€™re in Malton, Ontario, contact us at . dental team can help straighten your teeth and take care of your dental health. Weโ€™re happy to assist you in scheduling your initial appointment.