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Invisalign – Fort Myers, FL

Gorgeous Results with an Invisible Treatment

Thanks to innovations in orthodontic treatment, you’re no longer limited to metal braces when you’re ready to improve your smile. You can straighten crooked teeth and fix minor alignment issues with Invisalign in Fort Myers, FL! With this orthodontics solution, you can:

Why Choose Total Dental Solutions for Invisalign?

Choose The Ease & Comfort Of Invisible Aligners

Dental team member showing dental patient how to place Invisalign treatment

Traditional braces work, but the brackets and wires inside your mouth can take some getting used to. While you adjust, you might get painful scrapes and sores inside your lips and cheeks from the sharp, poking metal. None of this is an issue for Invisalign patients!

This method relies on a series of custom clear aligners that fit comfortably over your teeth and feel smooth against the soft tissues of your lips and cheeks. The Invisalign method also moves your teeth into position with gentler pressure than the wires of conventional braces.

To plan out your entire treatment with precision, Dr. George Hoop relies on state-of-the-art 3D imaging so you know what to expect from start to finish. Each time you switch to a new set of aligners, you’ll get one step closer to the end of your treatment and your straight smile!

Here are some other advantages of Invisalign aligners:

If Invisalign treatment isn’t a good fit for you, we can explore your other options in short-term orthodontics to achieve the results you want. To request a consultation, call our Ft. Myers, FL dental office today.

Invisalign FAQs

Teen holding Invisalign in Fort Myers

Invisalign is an excellent way to straighten misaligned teeth, but you may still have some unanswered questions. Here are the answers to some of the most common queries we receive about Invisalign in Fort Myers. If you don’t see the information that you’re looking for below, don’t worry. We’d be happy to answer any questions you may have about the treatment and get you started with an initial consultation. Just give us a call!

Does Invisalign Hurt?

Invisalign is not a painful treatment. Its smooth plastic design makes it one of the most comfortable orthodontic treatment options out there. When you first get Invisalign, there is an adjustment period, so you may experience slight soreness, but this will go away as you get used to your aligners. Invisalign works by gradually shifting your teeth into proper alignment, so you may feel some pressure, but this just shows that it’s working! Discomfort can be managed with over-the-counter pain relievers, like ibuprofen, and a cold compress.

Can You Eat with Invisalign?

One of the greatest advantages of Invisalign is that your aligners are completely removeable, so you can take them out when mealtime comes around. Eating with your aligners in your mouth will not only damage them, but it also puts unnecessary pressure on your teeth. The only thing that you should be consuming while wearing your Invisalign is water. Otherwise, you should take them out and store them in a safe place.

Can You Get Invisalign After Braces?

This is entirely possible. It just depends on your specific needs. Braces are better able to correct more severe overbites, underbites, and crossbites that Invisalign can, so if you have severe alignment issues, clear aligners may not be the best option for you. However, if your teeth have grown crooked or misaligned years after you’ve completed treatment with braces, Invisalign will likely be able to help! By scheduling a consultation, you can learn if Invisalign is the right option to help you meet your smile goals.

Does Invisalign Give You a Lisp?

There is an initial adjustment period when it comes to your speech. Lisps are caused by improper tongue placement in the mouth when speaking. In some cases, patient with Invisalign develop a lisp, but it is usually very minor and will go away on its own once your tongue gets used to your aligners being in your mouth. The easiest way to reduce and prevent a lisp is to practice speaking. The more you talk, the quicker you will be able to adjust!

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