October 15, 2014
When you meet someone for the first time, what’s the first thing you notice? Sometimes, what we see first in others is what we want to change in ourselves. If for you that’s your smile, then get ready for inconspicuous change. With Invisalign clear braces, Dr. Steven J. Resnick and Dr. David S. Rosenfeld at Resnick & Rosenfeld DDS in Edison, NJ, can give you a smile you’ll never want to change or stop showing others.
Unlike traditional braces with metal brackets and wires, Invisalign aligners are made of clear, PBA-free plastic. So, there’s nothing poking or irritating the inside of your cheek or your gums. Best of all though, Invisalign clear braces—as the name implies—are practically invisible. For adults who have a professional career to consider, or for teens who are self-conscious about their looks, Invisalign aligners are the clear choice.
Getting Started with Invisalign
At your initial visit, Dr. Resnick or Dr. Rosenfeld will go over your smile goals and thoroughly examine your teeth and mouth. Then, with the aid of x-rays, pictures and impressions, a treatment plan will be developed. The Invisalign lab will then use this treatment plan to fabricate your custom-made Invisalign aligners. Your job, of course, is to wear your aligners day in and day out. Another advantage of Invisalign aligners is that you can remove them for eating or brushing and flossing. So, eat whatever you want and brush and floss as usual.
Approximately every two weeks you’ll change to the next set of aligners. With each progressive set, you’ll watch your teeth steadily move into position. When you’ve completed your treatment, you’ll have a smile that will be the first thing others notice about you.
Call Our Office Today
To learn more about Invisalign clear braces, call the office of Resnick & Rosenfeld in Edison, NJ. We’ll be happy to answer your questions and schedule a consultation. We also conveniently serve patients in Scotch Plains, Westfield, Colonia, Plainfield, and Clark and beyond.
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