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Invisalign San Antonio, TX | Cosmetic Dental Associates

Your teeth don’t stop moving once you reach adulthood. Even if you wore braces as a kid, your teeth can shift and move out of their rightful position with each passing year, resulting in a crooked, embarrassing smile.

That’s why so many adults flock to Cosmetic Dental Associates in San Antonio, TX to meet with Dr. Moore and Dr. Tostado looking for solutions for their crooked teeth.

Fortunately, we help them find solutions that don’t have to interfere with their lifestyle or appearance thanks to Invisalign, our orthodontic treatment that’s taking the smile industry by storm!

How Invisalign Treatment Works

Unlike metal braces, Invisalign puts your teeth into proper position using clear plastic trays that are custom-made at the start of your treatment.

Every couple of weeks, you switch to a new aligner and watch your teeth become straighter and straighter until your treatment plan is complete.

It might sound too good to be true, but Dr. Moore and our countless Invisalign patients can assure you that it’s better than good and absolutely true!

Why Clear Aligner Therapy Is Better Than Standard Braces

Great results aren’t the only thing you’ll love about clear aligner orthodontics. There are several advantages Invisalign has over metal braces adults especially can appreciate!

*It’s Fast*

Traditional braces are usually worn anywhere from two to three years for most patients.

Clear aligner therapy like Invisalign can be completed in as little as one year or less!

Not only do you spend less time waiting for the smile you want, but you save trips to the dentist office and time away from work. Adults appreciate how quickly and easily Invisalign works, all with barely a blip in the radar of your normal schedule and routines!

*It’s Removable*

Getting food stuck in your teeth just comes with the territory of eating. Thank goodness we have dental floss and toothbrushes, right?

Imagine wearing brackets and wires and having to pick all the sticky bits of food particles that would cling to them after a meal or the foods you’d have to stay away from so you didn’t damage them.

Not a pleasant thought for a busy adult!

Instead, Invisalign is removable treatment so you can eat what you want and clean your teeth the same way you always do!

*It’s Gentle & Comfortable*

If you had friends who wore braces in school, you probably heard all of them complain about their painful experiences wearing them.

They may have moaned and groaned for days after the monthly tightening appointments or grumbled about mouth sores from the sharp wires that poked at their cheeks and lips.

With clear, smooth plastic aligners, you can escape all that discomfort because they’re easy on your mouth’s soft tissues and the pressure of each new tray is much gentler than tightened wires.

*It’s Invisible*

This is the best part!

Despite what you may have assumed all this time, metal braces aren’t the only way to straighten your teeth. Clear aligners are barely visible, which means you don’t have to spend one minute of your orthodontic treatment feeling embarrassed wearing youthful-looking metal braces.

Start Invisalign Treatment Now!

Call Cosmetic Dental Associates today to begin your Invisalign treatment now!

In less than a year, you’ll be beaming from ear to ear with a new, stunning smile thanks to clear aligners no one even noticed you’d been wearing!

Dr. Moore can give you the results you only thought metal braces could give you, and he can do that in a faster, more comfortable way.

Call our San Antonio office today at 210-951-4444 or fill out our online form for a consultation.

 

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