Invisalign Aligners

We are a Certified Invisalign Provider In Lubbock, TX

If you are looking to improve your smile and regain your confidence then our Lubbock Invisalign treatment can help you get the beautiful and straight teeth you've always desired without the need for traditional metal braces.

We will work with you from the moment you enter our Lubbock dental clinic to understand your needs and provide the best solutions based on your goals. Our entire staff have years of experience working with patients just like you and provide the perfect smile with Invisalign treatments.

Invisalign is the perfect solution if you want to look younger, have straighter teeth, and want to have a brighter and healthier smile. Instead of dealing with the inconveniences of traditional metal braces you can enjoy the best smile of your life with our advanced Invisalign alignment systems.

What Exactly Are Invisalign Straighteners?

Invisalign treatment uses a collection of virtually invisible, removable, and comfortable aligners that help you achieve a beautiful smile over the duration of the alignment process. To make sure you receive the best set of aligners for the unique shape of your mouth, our Lubbock dental experts will use advanced 3D computer imaging technologies. This means that you will receive a set of aligners that are shaped specifically for your mouth so you don’t have to deal with pain that is often associated with traditional metal braces.

Our Invisalign alignment systems is trusted by our Lubbock dental patients, and our past patients have used this advanced dental option to fix cosmetic orthodontic issues like minor spacing and pruning.

Because it is designed for mild problems, most of our patients complete the duration of the alignment treatment in less than six months. We will work with you at each step of the process to ensure that you receive the best fitting pair of aligners possible. This will help you live the life you want and have a healthy smile!

What Makes Your Invisalign System Better Than Metal Braces?

Many of our Lubbock dental patients come to us looking for the best solutions to their oral needs, and during our discussions many people ask us why Invisalign is better than metal braces.

Not only are the aligners almost invisible, they are removable, which means that you are able to eat and drink what you want while in therapy. In addition, cleaning and flossing are no problem. This means that you can remove them as you eat and drink so you will not have to limit your choices throughout the day. You also won’t have to worry about damaging your teeth or the braces if you participate in sports because you can remove the aligners prior to participation.

Our Lubbock Invisalign solutions are also more comfortable than traditional braces, using no metal or wires, which also usually means that you spend less time at your doctor's office getting adjustments.

Metal braces are usually more painful and can lead to irritation and localized inflammation of the gums and soft tissue. The tightening forces utilized with metal braces can often lead to distress. From the beginning, our team will use advanced technologies to ensure your Invisalign aligners are crafted to fit perfectly in your mouth. Each set of aligners are made specially for the unique shape of your mouth so you won’t have to worry about the pain or discomfort that you could have from metal braces.

Daily oral care is also much easier with Invisalign because you are able to remove your aligners and brush your teeth and clean off the aligners quickly and easily. Flossing is difficult with metal braces, so most people will neglect this portion of their cleaning which could result in problems with bad breath, gum disease and tooth decay in the future.

With Invisalign you eliminate the aligners once you brush, brush and eat, so not needing the issue of food becoming trapped between cords and elastic rings.

The Invisalign aligners are essentially invisible to anybody unless they get really close to you, so barely anybody will even notice that you're experiencing treatment. This is only one of the main reasons adults are encouraged to use the Invisalign system, since it will not lead to any disruption to your lifestyle.

How Does The Invisalign System Work?

Invisalign is a revolutionary system for straightening crooked teeth and closing gaps between teeth and in many cases can replace the demand for conventional metal-wire braces which have been used in traditional dental clinic.

Our Lubbock dental team will use the most up-to-date in computerized technologies and three dimensional modeling to create a set of see-through, clear aligners or"clear braces". They are virtually invisible once you are wearing them and are referred to as "Invisible Braces'. The apparent aligners are specially fabricated to meet your teeth precisely and over time they gradually move your teeth right into a position that gives you a natural looking flawless smile.

What Can I Expect From Your Lubbock, TX Invisalign Dental Team?

From the first moment we meet with you, we will walk you through the entire process, listen to your goals, and answer any questions that you have about the Invisalign procedure. Our staff will not rest until you are comfortable and we will help you understand all aspects of the procedure from start to finish.

You wear each set of aligners for about two weeks, removing them only to eat, drink, brush, and floss. As you replace each aligner with the next in the series, your teeth can move -- little by little, week by week -- until they have straightened into their last positions. This process provides small continuous adjustments to your teeth so you won’t have to worry about suffering from pain or discomfort that is often experienced with traditional metal braces.

Once your initial consultation is completed and we build your first perfectly fitted set of Invisalign aligners, you will need to meet with our Lubbock dental team about once every six weeks to make certain your treatment is progressing as planned.

Overall treatment time averages nine to 15 weeks and the average number of aligners worn during treatment is between 18 and 30, but both will vary from case to case.