Is Invisalign Right For You?

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Raise your hand if you wish you had straighter teeth. (We’ll wait.) Well, you’re in luck! At Advanced Dentistry of Blue Ash, we offer Invisalign – simply one of the easiest ways to improve your smile without braces.

If you’ve been considering Invisalign treatment, here’s what you need to know:

Invisalign is suited for anyone looking to get the smile they’ve always wanted. 

Whether you’re just wanting a tune-up from years of braces in your past, or need a complete smile overhaul, this system can absolutely work for you. This system of clear trays is easy for on-the-go individuals who don’t want to sacrifice the visual appeal of their natural smile with traditional braces.

The process is simple.

Schedule a consultation with Dr. Schlueter, create a personalized treatment plan with smile scans and a full roadmap of your Invisalign journey, and order your customized trays to begin the process!

During your initial consultation, Dr. Schlueter will take digital molds of your teeth utilizing 3D imaging from iTero Scanner, which is sent off to their production line. Aligner trays are created utilizing a specifically engineered material for a close, comfortable fit that you won’t notice in your everyday life, and are hand-checked for quality immediately after production.

Once you have your first set of liners, you’ll wear them on a daily basis. New sets of trays are sent to you throughout the process as your teeth get straighter and straighter.

Now what about the price?

Invisalign can be surprisingly affordable. Every smile is unique, and so is treatment cost. No matter how long you’ll need Invisalign, Dr. Schlueter can create a payment plan that is effective and easy for you. Before you decide to move forward, Dr. Schlueter can provide an estimate of how long your treatment will be, how many trays that will involve, how much your insurance can cover, and how much may be left for you to cover.

Are you ready to learn more?

Book your Invisalign consultation with us today! Need more information? Visit their website here for a full visual description of the process: