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Your DHA orthodontist will help you decide if Invisalign® is right for you or your child.

Invisalign® is a set of clear, custom-fit aligners designed to move teeth into their ideal positions. Your orthodontist will carefully plan the prescribed tooth movement for your entire treatment using a digital model of your teeth. Each aligner is worn 22 hours per day for 1-2 weeks as directed by your orthodontist. Many patients choose Invisalign® for a less noticeable look than braces with fewer eating restrictions and easier oral hygiene. 

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Benefits of Invisalign®

Invisalign® clear aligners offer an innovative approach to straightening teeth with greater convenience and comfort and less noticeability than traditional braces. Ask your DHA orthodontist if Invisalign® is right for you. 


Aligners are custom fit to your teeth, so they are extremely smooth on your tongue, cheeks and lips.


You can remove the aligners to eat and drink. This makes them easy to keep clean, and also means you can brush and floss your teeth with ease.

Fast Results

Many Invisalign® cases are completed within one to two years, depending on the case.

Candidates for Invisalign®

Invisalign® is most suitable for adults and teens with mild to moderate orthodontic treatment needs. This may include crowding, spacing or a misaligned bite. Invisalign® is also fantastic for young adults who are active in sports or those playing musical instruments. Many patients experience an increase in self-confidence as a result of their Invisalign® treatment.

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Invisalign® FAQs

During your first consultation, your doctor will talk to you about your tooth-straightening goals and examine your tooth alignment in order to determine your unique needs, how long your treatment will take, and how much treatment will cost. Your doctor will also likely recommend you have a routine check-up and cleaning to make sure your teeth and gums are healthy before proceeding.

Your doctor will tell you how often you should change aligners. Their answer will depend on your unique treatment plan. Most doctors would typically recommend changing aligners weekly or biweekly.

You should wear your aligners 22 hours per day. Take them out only for eating, brushing, and flossing.

Minor discomfort and a sensation of pressure are normal for a day or two after changing into a new aligner. This is a sign your aligners are working and your teeth are moving closer to their final position.

No. Gum will stick to your aligners. Aligners should be removed before eating or drinking anything except water.

To find out what percentage may be covered by your insurance plan, refer to the information provided to you when you enrolled, or call the 1-800 number on the back of your card to ask a representative. Our financial coordinators are happy to help you obtain an estimate of coverage if requested.

Patient Information

We encourage new patients to fill out a new patient form online prior to your first appointment. Be sure to select the appropriate location for your new patient forms, as once you complete them, they are sent electronically to the office you’ve chosen. 


Medical and dental insurance can be confusing. Our staff has experience with your questions and can help you get the most from your insurance.

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