When you look into treatment with Invisalign, you can be excited to think about life after your treatment is completed. This modern approach to orthodontic care can make a big difference in your appearance by correcting issues with poor dental alignment. There are also benefits to your oral health, as you can improve on your bite alignment, and even have an easier time defending yourself against cavities and gum disease! As exciting as it might be to think about the end of your treatment, you might have some uncertainty about how it will begin. What will it take to design your aligners? Will you be approved for this procedure? Your dentist can answer common questions about Invisalign treatment you might have, and they can help prepare you for your initial appointment.
What Should I Expect From My First Appointment?
To create custom Invisalign aligners, your dentist will need to base their design off of your current oral structures. You can be relieved to learn that this no longer requires you to have an uncomfortable experience biting down on a plaster mold. Thanks to iTero digital scanners, your dentist can use modern imaging technology to gather all necessary information for the design of your aligners, rather than taking a physical impression. This even makes it possible for your dentist to show you a digital “preview” of how you will look after your procedure wraps up!
Enjoying An Amazing Smile Transformation Through Invisalign Treatment
Patients can be excited to find out just how much good an Invisalign treatment can do for their smile. You can feel great about how you look after you close gaps, correct overlaps, and fix any other issues with poor smile alignment. Because the aligners are made from clear plastic, adult and teen patients can be thrilled with how Invisalign avoids drawing unwanted attention.
Talk To Calcagno Cosmetic And Family Dentistry About Invisalign
At Calcagno Cosmetic and Family Dentistry, patients can look forward to a more modern approach to orthodontic treatment. To schedule a consultation, please call (507) 281-3659. Dr. Gilly Calcagno and our staff welcome and serve patients from Rochester, MN, as well as Red Wing, St. Charles, Winona, Farmington, Austin, and all surrounding communities.