What are Invisible Treatments?
Invisalign is a revolutionary orthodontic technique because it is almost invisible. Developed in 2001 in Santa Clara, California, it combines3D digital imaging, robotics and the principles of treatment of classical orthodontics.
Invisalign is a revolutionary orthodontic technique because it is almost invisible. Developed in 2001 in Santa Clara, California, it combines 3D digital imaging, robotics and the principles of classical orthodontic treatment.
This technique uses no wires, no braces, but a series of fine and transparent aligners, which move the teeth to their ideal position .
The treatment plan carried out by the orthodontist using complex and extremely precise software allows in particular to visualize the series of movements that the teeth will perform during the treatment.
The series of transparent aligners is then individually and tailor-made in Santa-Clara, according to the impressions of the patient's teeth and according to the treatment plan defined by the orthodontist.
Invisalign is enjoying increasing success in North America and Europe.
Now adults no longer hesitate to use orthodontics to improve the position of their teeth and their smile. Also recently, it is possible to treat adolescents with Invisalign Teen aligners.
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What are the advantages of Invisalign?
✪The aligners are removed for brushing teeth.
✪ Hygiene is easier than with conventional braces.
✪No more fear of eating hard or sticky foods during meals.
✪ The aligners are almost invisible, no one suspects that you are wearing them.
✪ The aligners are comfortable from the start of the treatment, the adaptation time is very short.
✪ They do not hinder speech.
Who is Invisalign for?
This treatment is intended for adults and adolescents.
About 70% of people needing a orthodontic treatment can be treated with the Invisalign technique. Today, more than 1.4 million patients worldwide have been successfully treated with this technique.
The duration of Invisalign treatment and its cost depend on the complexity of the case to be treated (on average 12 and 24 months).