Consider receiving Invisalign® treatment at Burlington’s Cornerstone Dental to address your misaligned teeth. These clear aligners are easy to wear while correcting your crooked teeth or incorrect bite.
Thanks to modern technology (such as 3D printing), we are no longer restricted to cumbersome, uncomfortable braces if we want to correct overbites, crooked teeth, and more. If you are an adult, you may be especially uncomfortable with wearing braces, often associated with children, in public and at work.
Dr. Anil Ralhman at Cornerstone Dental is a proud Invisalign® provider and can walk you through the treatment process. Invisalign can correct:
Overbites and underbites
Loss of bone
The Invisalign treatment process is completely customized to your dental needs. First, your teeth will be scanned using digital tools (allowing you to avoid the choking effects of biting into putty mould!), and aligners will be custom-made using 3D printers from that scan. These aligners are made from specially formulated SmartTrack® material. You will also be able to see what your teeth will look like before beginning treatment.
Your aligners are designed to last two weeks, and you will replace the aligners once every two weeks. Once every six to eight weeks, you may visit your dentist for a periodic check-up on your treatment.
Invisalign treatment is not only discreet, it may even be faster than conventional braces. Treatments can be completed in as little as three to six months, or 50% faster than traditional braces.
Burlington patients prefer Invisalign for its ease of use and its discreteness. Gone are the days of painful, perhaps even embarrassing, conventional braces. Excited about beginning this treatment? Contact Cornerstone Dental in Burlington for more Invisalign information, and start your journey towards straighter teeth today!
Orthodontics for Everyone Else
Orthodontics are offered for patients who are not eligible for Invisalign®. This usually means wearing traditional brackets and wires while the teeth are being realigned to an optimal position. On occasion, appliances may be used prior to braces or in conjunction with braces. Our office is pleased to offer the services of an in-house orthodontist.