Invisalign Mexico City
¿What is Invisalign?
Invisalign Orthodontics, also known as Invisible Orthodontics, consists of a series of almost invisible custom aligners, which are removable, making that your orthodontic treatment produce the minimum impact or change in your daily routine.
With the Invisalign Treatment the teeth gradually move, week by week until they achieve the desired alignment. Simple, accessible and comfortable.
That simple, accessible and comfortable is Invisalign
A new and beautiful smile increases self-esteem which is reflected in a positive and confident attitude, becoming in an excellent presence for your life.
Advantages of Invisalign Orthodontics
Customized for you
Invisalign Orthodontics is totally personalized. From impressions or scanning of the teeth taken in your first appointment and the use of orthodontic cabinet studies, the manufacture customized of each aligner is performed for each stage of the treatment, as much as are necessary in each patient.
Invisalign is Removable
The aligners can be removed for eating, drinking and brushing your teeth, even for a special occasion such as a party or a job interview. Even, it is amazing that few persons notice that someone has an aligner in his mouth. More aesthetic and comfort impossible!
Invisalign is Effective
Since the beginning of the treatment it is possible to enjoy a new and a beautiful smile, so you don’t have to wait the removable of fixed braces.
Invisalign is Comfortable
Without pain, ulcers, food stuck between braces or nailed wires, the most common fear between patients. You will only feel slight inconveniences when changing to a new aligner, but it will pass quickly.
Invisalign is Virtually Invisible
The aligners are made with transparent material so that, they are practically invisible. The biggest secret is creating a new smile.
Am I a candidate for Invisalign Orthodontics?
The wonderful of Invisalign is which today can treat from the simplest cases to the most complex cases, so that it has become practically indicated for all patients.