INVISALIGN NIGHT in Sarnia at Wiltshire Family Dental
Wiltshire Family Dental in Sarnia is excited to announce our upcoming event, the Invisalign Night, designed to help you answer any questions about Invisalign Treatment. Join us on June 28th from 4-7 pm for an evening dedicated to transforming your smile discreetly and comfortably with Invisalign. Invisalign allows you to achieve straighter teeth without the use of traditional metal braces.
During the event, you’ll have the opportunity to receive a complimentary consultation where we will assess your unique dental needs and discuss how Invisalign can help you achieve your oral health goals. Our team will guide you through the process, answering any questions you may have and addressing any concerns. If you decide to sign up for Invisalign treatment during the Invisalign Night, you’ll receive a discount of $1500 off the total cost.
Don’t miss out on this opportunity to reach your oral health goals and enjoy substantial savings. Mark your calendars for June 28th, from 4-7 pm, and join us at Wiltshire Family Dental for our Invisalign Night. To secure your spot or to learn more about our Invisalign Night, feel free to contact us at (519) 704-0336 or email [email protected]. We look forward to welcoming you to our clinic and helping you reach your goals with Invisalign.
Invisalign night Details Summary
- $1500 off if you sign up the night of the 28th
- Financing for as little as $0 & $33 a month
- Retainers included
- Payment Plans & Financing Available
- Wednesday, June 28, 4-7 pm
- Free Consultation to answer all Invisalign questions.
HOW DOES INVISALIGN WORK?
At the start of your Invisalign® treatment, you will receive multiple sets of custom fit aligners. You only have to wear each set of aligners for two weeks. After each two-week period, you switch your aligners with the next set to continue straightening your teeth more effectively. The clear aligners will help straighten your teeth in just a few months to provide you with a straighter and healthier smile!
What Are The Advantages Of Invisalign?
- They are comfortable to wear
- They are Removable
- They allow you to eat what you want
- Fully customized to fit your teeth
- Effective results
- Can achieve straighter teeth in as little as 6 months* (*varies by patient)
Why Invisalign over traditional orthodontic braces?
Invisalign Clear Aligners are often chosen over Traditional Orthodontic Braces because of their function and aesthetics. As the Aligners are clear and removable, patients can take their aligners out to eat and drink as they normally would, rather than having to pick food out of their braces for hours after eating! Invisalign is also extremely accurate as the whole process is planned using digital dental technology. The treatment works well for teenagers and adults, giving them options to improve the beauty and function of their smiles!
Commonly Asked Invisalign Questions
What is Invisalign?
Invisalign is a modern orthodontic treatment that uses a series of clear, removable aligners to straighten teeth. These aligners are custom-made to fit your teeth and gradually shift them into the desired position, providing a discreet and comfortable alternative to traditional braces.
How does Invisalign work?
Invisalign treatment involves a series of aligners that are worn for approximately one to two weeks each. Each set of aligners applies gentle pressure to specific teeth, gradually guiding them into alignment. As you progress through the series, your teeth will continue to move until they reach their final positions, as planned by your dentist.
What are the benefits of Invisalign?
Invisalign offers numerous advantages over traditional braces, including:
- Discreet appearance: The aligners are virtually invisible, making them hardly noticeable when worn.
- Removability: You can easily remove the aligners for eating, drinking, brushing, and flossing, allowing for better oral hygiene and the ability to enjoy your favorite foods.
- Comfort: Invisalign aligners are made from smooth plastic, reducing the risk of mouth irritations often associated with braces.
- Fewer dental visits: Invisalign treatment typically requires fewer in-office visits compared to traditional braces.
Is Invisalign suitable for everyone?
Invisalign is a versatile treatment option for many orthodontic issues, including crowded teeth, gaps, overbites, underbites, and crossbites. However, the suitability of Invisalign for your specific case can be determined during a consultation with an experienced Invisalign-certified dentist.
How long does Invisalign treatment take?
The duration of Invisalign treatment varies depending on the complexity of the case and individual patient needs. On average, treatment can take anywhere from several months to over a year. Your dentist will provide a personalized treatment plan and estimate the expected length of your treatment during your consultation.
Does Invisalign treatment hurt?
While some patients may experience temporary discomfort or pressure when switching to a new set of aligners, the overall discomfort associated with Invisalign treatment is minimal. Any mild soreness typically subsides within a few days as your teeth adjust to the aligners.
How often should I wear my Invisalign aligners?
For optimal results, it is recommended to wear your Invisalign aligners for 20 to 22 hours per day. Aligners should only be removed for eating, drinking (except for water), brushing, and flossing.
How do I care for my Invisalign aligners?
Maintaining good oral hygiene is important during Invisalign treatment. You should remove your aligners before eating or drinking anything other than water, and brush and floss your teeth before reinserting them. Clean your aligners regularly by gently brushing them with a toothbrush and rinsing them in lukewarm water.
If you have any further questions or would like to learn more about Invisalign treatment, we encourage you to schedule a consultation with our team at Wiltshire Family Dental. We’ll be happy to address your concerns and provide personalized guidance throughout your orthodontic journey.