Q: What is Invisalign?
A: Invisalign is the best way to straighten teeth and improve your smile. Invisalign uses clear, plastic aligners that fit over your teeth to gently straighten your smile. Most people won’t notice you are wearing them, so they are often called “invisible braces.”
Q: How do Invisalign invisible braces work?
A: Our patients wear an Invisalign aligner for two weeks at a time. After two weeks, you will switch to the next Invisalign aligner. During that time, you can remove the aligners to eat and drink, and brush and floss. The length of treatment varies from person to person but is often half the time of traditional metal braces (24 months).
Q: Will Invisalign work for me?
A: Invisalign invisible braces work for most of our patients, but not all. The type and severity of correction that is required will affect your Invisalign treatment options. Meet with Dr. Thomas to discover if Invisalign invisible braces are right for you.
Q: Do I have to wear my Invisalign aligners all the time?
A: Where your Invisalign aligners day and night. You can, however, remove the aligners when eating and drinking, or brushing your teeth and flossing. And when you are wearing these invisible braces, it will be hard for those around you to notice them at all.
Q: Is Invisalign comfortable compared to metal braces?
A: Yes, very much so. With Invisalign invisible braces, you have smooth thermoplastic material molded to your exact bite. No poking wires, no harsh brackets.
Q: Is Dr. Allan S. Thomas certified to perform Invisalign treatments?
A: Yes. Dr. Thomas has undergone extensive training and is certified by the American Dental Association to perform Invisalign treatments.
Q: What does Invisalign cost?
A: Our Invisalign treatment costs depend on the time it takes to straighten your smile. On average, the cost is between $2800 and $4800.
Q: Will my insurance cover the cost of Invisalign?
A: If your insurance plan covers the cost of orthodontics, then it probably covers Invisalign invisible braces as well.
Each dental problem is different. Contact Dr. Thomas in Salt Lake City, Utah to see if Invisalign invisible braces can be used to correct your dental concerns.