Invisalign® Before & After Pictures: Feel the DifferenceSan Jose, CA
Lea: Feeling Happier & More Confident After Invisalign®
Lea was unhappy with the large gaps in her top and bottom front teeth. After her initial Invisalign® consultation, we were positive Invisalign® could make a significant difference in her smile. And in a very short period of time. See the results for yourself below. In addition to providing a happier and more confident smile, Invisalign® helped correct what was an impending gum problem.
As part of our Invisalign® treatment, we include teeth whitener, free of charge each time you pick up your new aligners. We not only want you to have a straighter smile but a brighter one too. If you’d like to see what Invisalign® can do for you, please give us a call and we’ll set you up with a complimentary consultation.
Jennifer: Invisalign® to the Rescue
Jennifer was unhappy with her lower front teeth, over the years she was noticing her teeth becoming more and more crooked. Almost 13 years ago she had traditional braces. Jennifer didn’t want to go through the discomfort and inconvenience she had experienced with the traditional braces and felt based on what she’s heard about Invisalign® she would give it a try. It took only 10 months and Jennifer was able to straighten out her teeth. Look at Jennifer’s new smile and you can literally see her happiness.
Lorrielynn: 15 months Invisalign®
Lorrielynn came to Bittner Family Dental Group looking for a way to improve her smile for her upcoming wedding. We knew Invisalign was the answer, but the only question was – would she be done in time for the wedding? The great thing about Invisalign is that even if she wasn’t done by her wedding day, she could take the Invisalign trays off and her smile would still be dramatically improved. Lorrielynn couldn’t wait to start! She ended up being an amazing patient and finished with a beautiful and confident smile in 15 months.
Invisalign Retainers A dental appliance used to hold teeth in their correct position especially following orthodontic treatment. A retainer keeps your teeth from moving after they’ve been straightened with braces. It can take at least four to six months for the new position of your teeth to become permanent. During that time, your teeth will try to shift back to their original position, which is called relapse. Do you have to wear your retainer forever after braces? Adults should wear their removable retainer or retainers every night, whether three of 30+ years after orthodontic treatment, unless specifically told otherwise by their orthodontist. But can wearing an old retainer to straighten teeth work? As it turns out, it can. Retainers aren’t just there to keep your teeth in place, after all. Because they’re custom made, they can also help improve any minor oral problems you might find years after you had your braces removed. Some people need to wear a retainer all day, every day for 4 months, while others will be instructed to wear theirs for 12 months. Almost all orthodontists instruct that you use some form of retainer each night, indefinitely, after your braces have been removed. 5-20 days are ok to go without a retainer. If you are using a removable retainer, you can switch to a fixed one. There is no hassle in a fixed retainer like there is in the removable ones.
Crowding: Mildred 2 years invisalign
Mildred came to Bittner Family Dental Group looking for a way to improve her smile - she's never liked her prominent canines. When she was told that she could orthodontically move her teeth with invisalign and whiten them at the same time, she knew that this was the right choice. After two years of invisalign with complimentary whitening, Mildred couldn't be happier with her confident smile
Crowding: Sabrina is a 26 year old elementary school teacher from San Jose, CA. She first came to the office because she was terrified of the dentist. For her first appointment, she ended up wanting sedation with Dr. Mancuso then grew to love us and trust us and has become one of our favorite patients. We can even comfortably do laser fillings for her without anesthetic!
She ended up doing invisalign because she had lots of crowding. After about one year of invisalign treatment with complimentary whitening, her smile has made a miraculous transformation
Narrow Arch: Ryan
38 months of invisalign
Ryan grew up in the Bay area and was attending school in Southern California, but really wanted to do something about his teeth. He was unhappy with the space between his front teeth and just really didn't like the overall appearance. He came to Bittner Family Dental Group looking for treatment options because his family members have been patients for many years. After a free consultation, Ryan decided that invisalign was the answer! And, it could be done long distance while he was away at school!! After 38 months of invisalign, Ryan was amazed at the change in his smile.
Anterior Cross-bite with Posterior open bite
Considering Invisalign®? Many people turn to this treatment option in order to straighten teeth that are crooked, crowded, or protruding. However, what may be surprising to learn is that Invisalign® can also be used to correct bite issues. When Invisalign® first hit the market, its primary use was for teeth straightening, but as the technology…
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