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Answering Your Invisalign Questions

Answering Your Invisalign Questions

Just like braces, Invisalign treatment can address overbite, underbite, crossbite, and other dental misalignment issues. If you have yet to experience the benefits of Invisalign, though, you may be wondering how long it takes to see results and what is included in your Invisalign treatment package.

The time required to address malocclusion varies from person to person. Upon creating your Invisalign treatment plan, your dentist can provide an estimate of how long the Invisalign procedure might take to correct your bite or other misalignment issues. Your treatment plan also includes any necessary treatment revisions should your dentist determine that your teeth are not straightening as he would like. Regardless of how long it takes to provide you with an even and beautiful smile, your cost for Invisalign remains the same. The total price for your treatment includes all of your given aligners, as well as your dental office visits for the duration of your Invisalign care.

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