Invisalign® Clear Aligners in Odessa, FL

If the fear of traditional metal braces has prevented you from straightening your smile, Invisalign may be the best treatment option for you! At Spring Haven Dental, we offer Invisalign clear aligner therapy to discreetly reposition your teeth and provide you with the straight smile you’ve always dreamed of. Call to schedule your consultation with our friendly team today!

Straighten Your Smile

Invisalign 101

Invisalign uses sets of clear, plastic aligners to gradually move your teeth into their desired positions. Unlike traditional braces, there is no metal involved in the process and your aligners can be easily removed for easier eating and cleaning. Not only are they a more comfortable orthodontic treatment, but they’re hardly visible when you’re wearing them.

Cost of Invisalign

Treatment costs vary on a case-by-case basis. During your initial consultation, we’ll provide you with an accurate cost breakdown and go over all of your financial options with you. We’re an insurance-friendly practice and offer payment plans through CareCredit® and LendingClub®. Our goal is to provide Odessa and its surrounding communities with affordable Invisalign.

Invisalign FAQs

When should I get Invisalign instead of traditional orthodontics?

Invisalign can correct a number of alignment issues, including crowding, overbites, underbites, crossbites, and gaps. However, some orthodontic cases are a bit too severe for Invisalign. During your initial consultation, we’ll determine which method is best for your smile.

What’s the Invisalign process like?

First, we’ll use smile preview software to digitize your smile and take any necessary impressions. These will be sent to an offsite lab where your clear aligners will be created. Your aligners will be given to you in sets that you switch out every one to two weeks and you’ll visit our office every six weeks for checkups.

How long does Invisalign treatment take?

Your treatment timeline is dependent upon your smile needs and can range anywhere between six months to two years. During your first visit, we’ll provide you with an accurate time estimate.