A better smile is closer than you think
Introducing Invisalign i7, the new addition to the Invisalign treatment family which offers an easy and convenient solution specifically designed for minor tooth movement. Invisalign i7 provides results in as little as three months, without the inconvenience of traditional fixed braces, so you can finally treat that slight blemish to your otherwise beautiful smile.
Who is it for?
Invisalign i7 was developed as a solution for people who require minor tooth correction, whether adult or teenager. It can treat that slight overcrowding or annoying crooked front tooth that has bothered you for some time. People who had orthodontic treatment in the past may find that their teeth have shifted over time, leaving them once again feeling self-conscious about their crooked smile. Invisalign i7 can help by providing a series of clear, nearly invisible, removable aligners that fit easily and discreetly into your lifestyle.
How it works?
Invisalign aligners straighten your teeth by applying pressure on specific teeth at different times. Individually manufactured for your teeth alone, they are worn in two week increments. As you replace each aligner with the next set your teeth will move – little by little, week by week – until they have straightened to the final position prescribed by your dental practitioner. Invisalign i7 is a simple option, for minor correction needs with a typically shorter treatment time than the standard Invisalign® treatment , allowing you to finally fix those annoying little flaws.
Unlike other orthodontic techniques, a treatment with Invisalign® uses unique ClinCheck® computer software which generates a start-to-finish digital model or virtual 3D treatment plan which complements the professional judgment of your dental practitioner. This digital model demonstrates the series of movements the teeth may go through to get from their current position to the desired final position. This allows you to view your own virtual plan and see how your smile may look once the treatment has been completed.