Invisalign – The Dental Room
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Invisalign

Invisalign is a revolutionary type of clear braces that makes teeth straightening discreet. If you were someone who was unable to get braces when you were a teenager well, it’s not too late to straighten up your crooked mouth with some discreet, yet effective orthodontic treatment.

Invisalign has already helped more than 4 million people around the world correcting their smiles. Book an appointment to experience the same benefits that have made these invisible braces such a popular teeth straightening choice for clients of all ages.

How Invisalign Braces Work

As a certified provider of Invisalign in Melbourne, your Invisalign treatment begins when you schedule your obligation free consultation at The Dental Room. During your appointment, we assess your dental needs, determine how your teeth would respond to treatment and give you an idea of treatment time and costs.Before proceeding to treatment, you are even able to view the movement of your teeth from start to finish using the Clincheck 3D simulation software.

Once you move forward with the clear braces, we straighten your teeth using unique sets of aligners, specifically tailored to fit your teeth, that will carefully bring about your tooth alignment in controlled increments. The duration and cost of treatment can differ for everyone.

Clients love the idea of Invisalign, not only because they are unobtrusive, but also because of their practical advantages. Invisalign can be instantly removed for eating, brushing, and flossing and taken out for special occasions. Also, rather than suffering through painful braces for years, the treatment time is usually shorter and clients report little, if any, pain.

Contact The Dental Room today to schedule your Invisalign consultation and enjoy the cutting-edge teeth straightening treatment that has helped millions of people smile the world over!

Disclaimer: Results may vary between individuals. Any dental procedure carries risks and benefits. Before proceeding, you should seek a second opinion from an appropriately qualified practitioner.

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