Teeth Straightening With Invisalign®

Do you want a straight smile, but don’t want to have to deal with the hassle of traditional metal wired braces? If so, Invisalign® may be the best option for you. There are several benefits when using Invisalign® to straighten your teeth:

To be properly fitted with the correct aligners, Dr. HagShenas will take pictures of your mouth. These images will be in 3D, which helps in designing the aligners so they best fit the current shape of your teeth. For Invisalign® to work correctly and promptly, patients should wear the aligners for 20-22 hours a day. Your aligners will be changed every two weeks to adapt to the shifts your teeth are making and to ensure that you are on track to obtain the smile you always wanted. 

Another alternative to conventional braces offered by Dr. HagShenas is, FASTBRACES®. These are flexible wires and brackets that often speed up the teeth straightening process. Patients begin to see results in months, rather than years and this option is generally lower in cost. 

Whatever option you are interested in if your goal is to have straight teeth and a great smile, visit Dr. HagShenas at his offices in San Jose, CA to find the best solution for you.

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