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Smile Gallery – Invisalign

Invisalign

Before & After Treatment Images

SPACING
Generalized spacing or a large space between the upper two front teeth is common. When present, it tends to get worse without correction. The Invisalign system is very efficient in closing these spaces, making the smile aesthetic and creating a healthy dental environment. Length of treatment: 11 months.

LOWER CROWDING
Crowding of the bottom teeth is present in almost every adult, even in those whose teeth were straight when they were younger. The correction is simple with Invisalign treatment and usually doesn’t require an extended treatment time.

CROWDED TEETH MEETING ON TOP OF EACH OTHER
Upper and lower teeth are misaligned. Teeth in front are meeting on top of each other when the patient bites down causing wear of the edges. After Invisalign treatment the trauma and wear on the upper front teeth is eliminated.

OVERLAPPING FRONT TEETH
Upper teeth are crowded. There is overlap between the upper front teeth which usually contributes to bone loss in that area. Improved aesthetic alignment after Invisalign treatment is evident.

OVERLAPPING FRONT TEETH
Upper teeth are crowded. There is overlap between the upper front teeth which usually contributes to bone loss in that area. Improved aesthetic alignment after Invisalign treatment is evident.

CROSS BITE OF THE FRONT TEETH
A cross bite is a condition in which one or more of the upper teeth bites inside the lower teeth. When it occurs in the front teeth it will look anesthetic as well as cause wear on the edges of the teeth from the wrong biting position. This can be successfully corrected with Invisalign to improve the smile as well as to create a much more comfortable bite.

MISALIGNED TEETH
When teeth are misaligned it results in an unattractive smile, even if the teeth are healthy and white. Alignment correction can dramatically change this appearance, without the need for veneers or bonding. Length of treatment: 15 months.

OVERBITE
Overbite is a problem present in a big portion of the adult population. It is a scenario were upper front teeth are positioned very far forward. It gives an unaesthetic appearance of the teeth as well as the upper lip sticking out beyond the proper facial balance. It also places excessive pressure on the back teeth since the front teeth do not function in chewing which leads to wear and break down of the teeth.

CROWDED TEETH MEETING ON TOP OF EACH OTHER
Upper and lower teeth are misaligned. Teeth in front are meeting on top of each other when the patient bites down causing wear of the edges. After Invisalign treatment the trauma and wear on the upper front teeth is eliminated.

OVERLAPPING FRONT TEETH
Upper teeth are crowded. There is overlap between the upper front teeth which usually contributes to bone loss in that area. Improved aesthetic alignment after Invisalign treatment is evident.

CROSS BITE OF THE FRONT TEETH
A cross bite is a condition in which one or more of the upper teeth bites inside the lower teeth. When it occurs in the front teeth it will look anesthetic as well as cause wear on the edges of the teeth from the wrong biting position. This can be successfully corrected with Invisalign to improve the smile as well as to create a much more comfortable bite.

SPACING
Generalized spacing or a large space between the upper two front teeth is common. When present, it tends to get worse without correction. The Invisalign system is very efficient in closing these spaces, making the smile aesthetic and creating a healthy dental environment. Length of treatment: 11 months.