Consider Invisalign to get the neautiful straight teeth you've always wanted - without braces. A complimentary consultation with Dr. Leonard can determine if Invisalign is right for you.
Invisalign uses a series of invisible, removable, and comfortable aligners that no one can tell you're wearing. So, you can smile more during treatment as well as after. Invisalign is made with 3-D computer imaging technology and has been proven effective.
Not only are the aligners invisible, they are removable, so you can eat and drink what you want while in treatment. Plus, brushing and flossing are no problem. They are also comfortable, with no braces to cause mouth abrasions during treatment. And you spend less time in our office getting adjustments.
You wear each set of aligners for about 2 weeks, removing them only to eat, drink, brush, and floss. As you replace each aligner with the next in the series, your teeth will move — little by little, week by week — until they have straightened to the final position our doctors have prescribed. You'll visit our office about once every 4-12 weeks to ensure that your treatment is progressing as planned. Total treatment time varies by the amount of correction required.
Invisalign Teen is great for responsible teens who follow directions. There are no braces to break, they can eat whatever they want, play wind instruments or sports without the bother of braces, and brushing is a breeze.
Just as Dr. Leonard is the expert at moving teeth with braces, he is also the expert at moving teeth with Invisalign. When Invisalign was first introduced to the profession, AlignTech (the makers of Invisalign) would only certify orthodontists to use the system. It was not until the company lost a lawsuit brought by a primary care dentist, that AlignTech devised one day seminars to teach primary care dentists how to move teeth with Invisalign. With 5000+ hours of graduate training in orthodontics after graduating near the top of his class in dental school, Dr. Leonard is your go-to guy when it comes to orthodontic treatment. It is similar to the difference between your primary care physician and a cardiologist when it comes to treating heart disease.