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Deciding on a method to straighten your teeth is a big commitment. That’s why it’s important to consider what works best for both your appearance AND your lifestyle. While the end result of all treatment options is a healthy, beautiful smile, Invisalign offers unique benefits to the overall orthodontic treatment experience.


They’re Removable: Invisalign aligners are removable, so you can eat and drink what you want, when you want! You can even brush and floss your teeth as you normally would.


They’re Clear: These clear aligners are aesthetically pleasing and hardly noticeable.




To create your Invisalign aligners, we use an iTero scanner to create a digital copy (3D model) of your teeth. The 3D model is uploaded to Invisalign where their technicians and our doctors virtually plan the tooth movements that best suit your needs. After the plan is finalized, your fully custom, clear aligners are made using the latest 3D technology and sent directly to us.





Does Invisalign really work?

Yes! Invisalign was developed in conjunction with orthodontists and is currently being used in dental practices worldwide. As with all orthodontic appliances, the success of treatment and efficacy of the appliance is dependent upon the skill of the doctor.

How does Invisalign work?

Using a digital impression/scan, a 3D model is created to map your treatment from start to finish. This map is then used to create a series of custom aligners that are completely unique to you and your teeth. Each aligner is worn for a period of 1 – 2 weeks and will gradually set your teeth to their final positions.

How much does Invisalign cost?

The Invisalign system is priced similarly to traditional braces. Like braces, the cost of Invisalign varies on a patient-by-patient basis.

Do Invisalign aligners contain Bisphenol-A (BPA)?

No. Invisalign aligners do not contain Bisphenol-A (BPA) or phthalate plasticizers. Aligners and retainers are made with USP Class VI medical-grade polyurethane resins.

Tests show that the biocompatibility, which is the ability for a material to positively interact with your body, passes all regulatory requirements and thresholds to be used in your mouth. As with any medical device, please consult with your doctor about your aligner or retainer treatment, and discuss any risk of use.


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Mobile, AL 36607

801 South University Blvd. Suite B-2
Mobile, AL 36609

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