Invisalign From Your Dentists In St. Paul

If you’re unhappy with the alignment of your teeth, but don't want to wear traditional braces, at Smile Quest Dental in St. Paul, we know that Invisalign may provide a solution.

An orthodontic system that utilizes a series of clear aligners to gradually move teeth into their ideal positions, Invisalign is virtually invisible, making it a preferable option to traditional metal braces. It's also more comfortable than traditional braces since aligners are made from smooth plastic, and because aligners can be removed for eating, drinking, brushing, and flossing, patients can experience a less-invasive orthodontic experience.

Who is a candidate for treatment?

Most people who want to improve their smile and have healthy teeth are candidates for Invisalign treatment. However, there are certain cases where traditional braces might be a better option. If you're considering Invisalign, call us today for a thorough examination to determine if you're a candidate.

What's involved in treatment?

Once you’ve been deemed a candidate for treatment, we'll take X-rays, pictures, and dental impressions of your teeth. These records will be used to create a digital 3D image which will be used to develop your unique treatment plan. From there, we'll use the Invisalign system to create a series of custom-made clear aligners that will gradually move your teeth into their desired positions.

You'll need to wear the aligners for 20 to 22 hours a day, and you'll need to change them out every two weeks. You’ll also need to visit our office every six weeks or so for progress checks.

Interested in learning more about this revolutionary orthodontic system? Call us today!

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  • Address a variety of misalignment and bite issues
  • Undergo orthodontic treatment with discretion
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  • Continue eating the foods you love
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