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Dentist placing invisible braces to patient's mouth

How Does Invisalign Work?

Gone are the days of comments such as “metal mouth” and “brace face.” Thanks to continued improvements in cosmetic dentistry and orthodontics, both teenagers and adults can experience the joy of clear braces. Invisalign is a wonderful orthodontic treatment that allows Buffalo patients to straighten their teeth and enjoy a

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Correct a bad bite with the Invisalign procedure in Buffalo

What most people envision is a crooked, crowded smile when they think of orthodontic problems. Crooked teeth have a detrimental impact on the smile, and they create challenges in the area of hygiene and chewing. These are not small problems associated with misalignment. They are not, however, the only problems

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Multispecialty Buffalo NY dental practice removes cost barrier, describes value of Invisalign

Invisalign is a comfortable alternative to conventional braces. Unlike traditional orthodontics, Invisalign aligners may be removed for easier cleaning. This design feature, combined with Invisalign’s proven straightening ability, help to avoid conditions such as decay and tooth loss, which often require costly restorative treatments. The cost of treatment depends on

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Invisalign procedure from a Buffalo, NY dentist

The Invisalign procedure is an alternative to traditional metal or ceramic braces. A set of clear plastic “aligners” are custom made for you rather than the more uncomfortable wires and metal brackets. Many people prefer the Invisalign treatment over traditional orthodontic treatment. The process is very simple. To start, you

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Dentist placing invisible braces to patient's mouth

How Does Invisalign Work?

Gone are the days of comments such as “metal mouth” and “brace face.” Thanks to continued improvements in cosmetic dentistry and orthodontics, both teenagers and

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