After an initial consultation, Dr. Lawlor will create a personalized plan that shows the step-by-step transformation of your teeth over time. Depending on your specific needs, you will receive a series of Invisalign clear aligners made specifically for you. You will wear each set of aligners for 16 to 20 hours a day, changing to a new set of aligners every one to two weeks. Each set of aligners will gently and gradually shift your teeth into place for a beautiful new smile. You will have scheduled check-ins with the Maine Dentistry team throughout the process to monitor your progress and ensure your aligners fit correctly.
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Invisalign clear aligners are practically invisible, so most people won’t be able to tell you’re wearing them! You can remove the aligners to eat and drink, brush and floss, or for special occasions. There are no irritating metal brackets or wires, and Invisalign aligners are trimmed based on your gum line for optimal comfort and appearance.
The length of Invisalign treatment ultimately depends on how complex your case is and how much movement is desired. With the use of Propel Accelerated Orthodontics, we can have your treatment complete in just 6 to 12 months. Your personalized treatment plan will include a projected amount of time for completion and simulations so you can track the changes as you go.
Invisalign treatment is a great solution for adults and teens looking for a less noticeable and non-invasive way to improve their smile. Invisalign’s custom treatment plans make it possible to fix nearly all common teeth-straightening and bite issues. A consultation with Dr. Lawlor will determine if it’s right for you!
In most cases, the cost of Invisalign treatment is similar to the cost of braces. After your initial consultation, Dr. Lawlor will determine the cost of your treatment based on how complex your case is and how many aligners you need.