Everyone deserves a beautiful and healthy smile they can be proud of. Correcting crooked, misaligned or gapped teeth isn’t just a question of vanity – in addition to creating a beautiful smile, straighter teeth are easier to clean and keep healthy, which helps to prevent the onset of cavities and gum disease. If you have teeth that aren’t as straight as you’d like, Dr. Groh and Dr. Meade are proud to offer Watertown Invisalign treatment.
For patients looking to straighten crooked or crowded teeth, close gaps or reduce overbites, Invisalign®* aligners offer a more comfortable and convenient way to straighten your smile than conventional methods of orthodontic care. Instead of wires and orthodontic braces attached to your teeth, with Invisalign your teeth can now be straightened through a prescribed sequence of custom aligners. And unlike braces, you can remove your aligners for short periods of time to eat and drink what you want during treatment. You can also brush and floss normally to maintain good oral hygiene. Invisalign utilizes 3-D computer imaging technology to correct problematic bites or malocclusions by planning a complete sequence of custom-made clear aligners. This series of clear aligners, each of which is typically worn for a couple of weeks, incrementally move the teeth into place until the final desired corrections are reached. The Watertown Invisalign process has been proven effective in clinical research and in orthodontic practices nationwide; however, only a certified dentist like Dr. Meade can provide this treatment.
Remember – a straight, even smile isn’t only an attractive asset, it can improve your overall health and well-being. If you’re considering Watertown Invisalign treatment to improve the appearance of your smile, come in for a consultation with Dr. Meade. Our team is here to help you every step of the way, and we love seeing our patients get the smile they’ve always wanted. Call our office today to schedule an appointment!
*Invisalign is a registered trademark of Align Technology, Inc.