We’ll make you smile.
We are committed to creating healthy smiles. When your teeth are properly aligned, the health benefits are clear.
Invisalign in Aldergrove
Aldergrove General & Family Dentistry is an official provider of Invisalign and official members of the Canadian Aligner Club. If you or someone in your family needs their teeth re-aligned or their bite adjusted, Invisalign may be the proper treatment. Call our office to book your consultation and learn more about this popular option for orthodontic treatment.
How Does Invisalign Work?
Invisalign uses a set of custom-shaped clear trays that progressively shift your teeth into the desired position. Alignment trays are popular because they are less visible on your teeth, are more comfortable than traditional braces, and offer the flexibility to be removed while eating or playing sports.
Am I a Candidate for Invisalign?
Invisalign works well at any age for typical alignment issues, such as overcrowding, under-bites, over-bites, cross-bites, and crooked teeth. If you’re wondering whether Invisalign may be right for you or someone in your family, book a consultation with our experienced dental team to learn more.
What are the benefits?
Healthier gums because it is easier to brush and floss
Improved dental hygiene because of reduced plaque buildup and tooth decay
Less wear and trauma to your teeth because of less chipping, breaking and reduced stress on the jawbone and joints
*Source: American Association of Orthodontists
Steps to a healthy smile
It’s as easy as 1-2-3
Smile Step #1
Sign up for your free, no obligation, Dental Scan & Treatment Plan Session
Our dental team will take a 3D image of your teeth in minutes using our iTero digital scanner. Then, we’ll show you what your smile and bite could look like using an AI-powered, Outcome Simulator. Our dental team will take the time to review the results of your 3D scan and the Outcome Simulator. If Invisalign® treatment is right for you, we will review the process and share the financing options that are available.
Smile Step #2
Start your Smile Journey
If Invisalign clear aligner treatment is right for you, we will provide you with a series of trays customized to your individual needs. You will need to wear the trays for 20 to 22 hours every day except for when you eat, brush and floss. Each week, you’ll switch your aligners. And, every 3 months or so, you’ll visit the office to check in with our dental team to ensure your treatment is on track and your teeth and gums are staying healthy. We’ll monitor your dental health throughout the journey.
Smile Step #3
Celebrate your healthy smile
Congratulations. You made it. Your teeth are straight and healthy and your smile is beautiful. We will make sure you have completed all the requirements of the treatment and may recommend retainers to ensure you maintain your beautiful smile.
You’re invited to a free, no-obligation, Dental Scan & Treatment Plan session compliments of our office.
Your smile matters to us. Schedule your free, no obligation, Dental Scan & Treatment Plan session today. And when you are done with your appointment, we can send you the pictures to share with your family and friends. They are sure to be impressed.
Introducing Invisalign Clear Aligner Therapy. Straight Teeth Mean Better Oral Health.
Invisalign treatment can be a great solution – for adults, teens, and even children – using clear aligner therapy to improve your smile and bite. Invisalign treatment uses a series of clear aligners that work to correct your orthodontic issues while offering the appearance of wearing no braces.
No pokey wires or discomfort
Available for children, teens and adults
Clear and removable to fit your lifestyle
Fewer and shorter appointments
No food restrictions
Easier to maintain your oral health
Plus, with our digital scanner, you can view your virtual results before even starting treatment.
For over 20 years, Invisalign has invested in innovations and technological advancements to make it possible to fix nearly all common teeth-straightening and bite issues, from simple to complex. Rest assured, Invisalign clear-aligner treatment is the most advanced clear aligner system in the world, backed by more than two decades of innovation. And, at [insert practice name], our entire practice team is here to improve your oral health and support you through this journey.
Is Invisalign treatment covered by my Dental Insurance Benefits?
Many insurance plans cover all or a portion of orthodontic treatment. Check with your insurance provider for details of your specific plan. The final cost of your treatment and payment terms depends on your specific case and determined based on each individual patient needs. We are also offer flexible financing options that fit your budget.
What are the signs of misaligned teeth?
If you’re experiencing cold sensitivity, jaw or muscle pain or headaches, teeth chipping or wearing, difficulty flossing, bad breath, dry mouth or receding gums, you could have abnormal tooth alignment. If you are presenting any of these conditions, we can help get your teeth out of trauma and we can help treat the problem and the symptoms related to these conditions:
As your oral health professionals, these conditions are a concern. There are consequences with poorly aligned teeth including:
Indentations at the gum line
Chipped or fractured teeth
Severe gum infections may increase your risk of heart disease, stroke, lunch diseases, problems in pregnancy, complications related to diabetes and Alzheimer’s disease. All these are major health concerns and the solution is straighter teeth.
What are the differences between Invisalign® clear aligners and other clear aligners?
|Other clear aligners||Traditional braces|
|Made from SmartTrack material for predictability and comfort|
|In-person consultations with real doctors|
|Easily removable for eating, drinking & flossing|
|No emergency visits for broken wires|
|Made from traditional brackets and wires|
|Each aligner is trimmed to your gum line for optimal comfort and appearance|
|Blue compliance indicator dots to help you stay on track|
|Covered by many orthodontic insurance plans|