Invisalign Dentist – San Marcos
If you are considering improving your smile with braces but don’t want the hassle of brackets and wires, Invisalign is the right answer. As our San Marcos Invisalign dentist explains, Invisalign can move teeth like the traditional types of braces. One huge advantage with Invisalign aligners, you can remove them for eating and hygiene. And with no bracket stuck to your teeth, you won’t hurt your lips and cheeks as much.
Health Impact of “Bad” Bite
People want their teeth to look good and not cause them pain. But, most people don’t realize the damage their teeth suffer from a “bad” bite. Excessive wear and tear, bone loss, and fracture are only a few of these problems. And sometimes this damage doesn’t hurt. So the patient is not aware of any problems because there is no pain. Watch the following video to learn more about the effects of a poor bite on your overall health.
Invisalign – for Adults & Teens
Invisalign offers many advantages to traditional braces. The difference in cost pales in comparison to the added benefits. Plus, dental insurance can be utilized for Invisalign much like traditional braces. Also, FSA or HSA types of accounts can be utilized. We also offer financing thru CareCredit. Be sure to check out our current Invisalign Promotions.
Invisalign can only be performed by doctors who have received specialized training. Our dentist is Invisalign certified and able to perform this revolutionary treatment. And when it comes to your health you don’t want to be your own doctor. There are depot-type orthodontic services available nowadays. And for a very affordable price, they will make aligners to move your teeth. In essence, they are making a medical device for you without even knowing anything about your dental health. And they are giving you something that can (and will) change your appearance. Let’s say you want a tattoo. If there was an online service that would make the template and then mail it to you along with the ink, would you give yourself the tattoo? Probably not. You want it to look good. So why would you undertake a much more complicated medical procedure on your face for the first time?
Ready to get started? Contact us now.