Aliso Viejo, CA dentist offers Invisalign clear braces treatment
If you have desired a better-aligned smile but have hesitated in talking to your dentist, it’s time to talk to Dr. Claire Cho and her team at Dental Health and Aesthetics Center in Aliso Viejo, CA. Instead of recommending traditional metal bracket and wire braces, she has an alternative for patients to consider: Invisalign clear braces treatment.
What is Invisalign?
Dr. Claire Cho describes Invisalign as clear braces or plastic aligner therapy. Invisalign is a special trademarked system that uses a series of custom-fabricated trays that patients wear over the course of several months to gently reposition the teeth. This treatment is beneficial for patients who are experiencing mild to moderate misalignment and concerns such as overcrowding, spacing, or bite issues. Invisalign is a popular method of treatment for teens and adults who are ready to fix their smile but don’t want to cover it with metal in the meantime!
Why choose Invisalign?
Invisalign has many advantages which make it beneficial to our patients with misalignment. Invisalign:
- Is affordable, often comparable in cost with conventional orthodontia
- Is completed by the dentist you already know and trust
- Uses clear, plastic aligner trays for discreet treatment
- Eliminates metal from the smile
- Allows patients to enjoy all their favorite foods with no restrictions
- Is easy to use and comply with
- Maintains oral health and wellness
Learn more about Invisalign with Dr. Claire Cho
At the Dental Health and Aesthetics Center, our providers are excited to ensure patients have access to solutions for their smile, including alternatives to traditional braces. If you live in the area of Aliso Viejo, California and want to learn more about clear braces with Invisalign, contact our team for a consultation and initial evaluation. We are committed to helping patients in our practice who call (949) 541-2529 for an appointment. Our facility is conveniently located at 2 Mareblu, Suite #200 for new and current patients.