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Invisalign® | NCOSO

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Invisalign uses a series of invisible, removable and comfortable aligners to straighten your teeth. Not only are the aligners invisible, but they are also removable, so you can eat and drink what you want while in treatment. Plus, brushing and flossing are less of a hassle. The aligners are comfortable and have no metal to cause mouth abrasions during treatment.

Invisalign can make the road to straight teeth and a beautiful smile easy. With these clear aligners, you can achieve the smile you’ve always dreamed of in 18 months or less without dealing with the inconvenience that comes with traditional metal braces.

At NCOSO, we offer FREE no-hassle Invisalign consultations at all of our convenient locations including Cary (Tryon Rd and St Charles), Dunn, Garner, Greensboro, Hamlet, Raleigh, Southern Pines, and Winston-Salem. Call us today at 833-GO-NCOSO to begin your road to a straighter smile!

Here’s What You Can Expect From an Invisalign® Treatment at NCOSO

Easy Cleanings

If you decide on Invisalign, you’ll be able to remove the aligners from your mouth and brush, floss, and rinse as you normally would. To clean the aligners, you simply brush them with a toothbrush or soak them in denture cleaner.

Comfort and Discreteness

One of the many benefits of Invisalign is comfort. Braces are often associated with the discomforts that come with poking wires and mouth sores. Fortunately, Invisalign aligners are comfortable and do not cause any irritation. In addition, Invisalign is the most discreet way of straightening teeth since the clear aligners are virtually invisible.

Eating Freedom

You won’t have to shy away from the foods you love with this treatment. With Invisalign, you’ll be able to eat popcorn, sticky caramel, hard cookies and crackers, corn on the cob, raw vegetables and other foods that would be difficult to eat with metal braces.

Sports and Musical Instrument Safety

If you play a sport or musical instrument, you don’t have to worry about breaking your braces or suffering from a mouth injury with Invisalign. All you have to do is remove your aligners prior to a game, concert, or practice and you are good to go!

Fewer Trips to the Orthodontist

Invisalign patients are only required to come to NCOSO once every 4 to 6 weeks making it easy for you to fit treatment into your busy schedule.

How does Invisalign work?

Inside every Invisalign clear aligner is a whole lot of technology. It starts with a simple scan using our iTero scanners (no goopy molds!) which your Orthodontist can use to give you a glimpse into what your future smile will look.

With Invisalign’s cutting edge software, we can create a digital roadmap for your entire Invisalign treatment. These roadmaps give you a greater understanding of each shift in your teeth & ultimately the purpose behind each shift. After the roadmap is created, Invisalign brings it to life by using 3D printers to create your custom aligners.

The real difference between Invisalign and other clear aligners is in the details, like precision trimming along the aligner edge so it doesn’t cut your gums as other brands can. Furthermore, only the Invisalign clear aligners are made with SmartTrack® material developed by biomechanical engineers. This special material allows Invisalign aligners to be more flexible for greater comfort and it hugs your teeth closer for a better fit and more accurate comfort.

If you are interested in talking to an Orthodontist about Invisalign, contact us today by filling out our online form or request your FREE Invisalign consultation here!

How do I take care of my Invisalign® Aligners? Check out the informative video below.

Other Frequently Asked Questions about Invisalign

Contact NCOSO For More Information

Invisalign is a high-tech and efficient way to achieve straight teeth and confidence in your smile without making any significant changes to your everyday life. For more information on Invisalign, request an appointment with NCOSO today for your free, no-obligation consultation.

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