Our Invisalign Process
Step 1 – Free ConsultationWe will perform an oral exam, take x-rays (if needed), and use the iTero digital scanner to capture a 3D impression of your mouth. We will then work together with you to create a treatment plan unique to your smile goals. We will also walk you through cost and payment plans. Our treatment coordinators are very thorough and will be happy to answer any questions you might have!
Step 2 – Your Treatment Begins!A series of custom aligners will be created just for you. You need to wear your aligners 22 hours each day for optimal results, removing them only to brush, floss, and eat. As your treatment progresses, your aligners will gradually begin to shift your teeth into place.
Step 3 – You Switch Your Aligners Every WeekYou will switch to the next set of aligners in your series every week. Dr. Leeson monitors your case virtually using the Invisalign Care App, which allows you to send progress photos every 3 weeks so he can ensure the trays are fitting well. Once every 3 months you will come into the office for a 20 minute checkup to track your progress in person.
Step 4 – You’re Finished Your AlignersWe will take photos of your teeth at the end of treatment and Dr. Leeson will look over the photos with you to ensure you are happy with your results. If there is something you are not happy with, or he determines some fine tuning could result in a better smile, then we will make you a few more trays to wear to perfect your smile. Once you and Dr. Leeson are satisfied, we will make you night time retainers and provide you with complementary whitening so you can brighten up your brand new smile!
Accelerated Invisalign with the Aevo System
This is a great option if you need to finish treatment fast in preparation for a wedding or other big event.
Are you a candidate for Invisalign?
- Scan the QR code or CLICK HERE
- Input your information
- See your smile transformation
The most commonly asked questions about Invisalign
1. Use mouthwash and a toothbrush to scrub your trays.
2. Fill a small Tupperware container with hydrogen peroxide and shake the trays around inside them.