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You Deserve a Subtle Approach to Straightening Teeth

While braces are one of the most common treatment methods for straightening teeth, not everyone wants to use them. Not only can they force you to change your daily habits, but they are often associated with teens and younger patients. This could make treatment out of the question if you’re a working professional. With Invisalign, you don’t have to make sacrifices to your appearance. Call our dental office to learn more about the process of smile alignment with Invisalign in Tyler, TX!

Why Choose Kinsey Drive Family Dental for Invisalign?

Is Invisalign Right for Me?

Hand holding an Invisalign clear aligner tray

Keep in mind that Invisalign is a great option for older teens and adults but is not recommended for younger patients. This is because younger patients are still developing, making them less ideal for clear aligner treatment. With that said, if you are a working professional or teenager looking to address mild to moderate levels of misalignment, crowding, or uneven bites, Invisalign is likely for you. During your consultation, we’ll be better able to confirm your eligibility for Invisalign.

Benefits of Choosing Invisalign

Patient placing Invisalign clear braces tray

When you choose Invisalign over traditional methods, you don’t have to make as many compromises to your day-to-day habits. For example, since the aligners are removable, you can easily perform your regular brushing and flossing, rather than have to relearn it to accommodate metal brackets and wires. You can also eat the foods you want by simply removing your aligners, then practicing oral care before putting them back on.

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