Are you ready to have the healthy and beautiful smile that you’ve always wanted? Now you can, and with Invisalign your treatment will be discreet and more comfortable than you might think!

A beautiful smile is something that’s easy to take for granted, but if you’re not happy with your teeth and don’t feel comfortable showing them off, it can be daunting to have your photo taken, meet new people, or enjoy social occasions.

Invisalign is a great solution and can treat mild to complex orthodontic issues; perfect for adults and teenagers looking for a less invasive and hardly noticeable solution for problems like crooked or poorly spaced teeth. The aligners are replaced every two weeks as subtle adjustments take place with every new set, in contrast to metal braces which are adjusted on average every six weeks.

As one of Dartmouth’s leading Invisalign providers, Docbraces is highly experienced in treating adults, and in fact, nearly half of our patients are adults! Getting orthodontic treatment can help you address issues you’ve been struggling with for your much of your life and even prevent a range of dental issues in the future. It can have an immediate impact through an improvement in oral hygiene, your breathing and a decrease in headaches. You’re never too old to get a healthy smile so call to find out how yours can be improved or download our Braces and Invisalign Guide for Adults to find out how improving your smile will change your life.

Invisalign Benefits

Once we make the models of your mouth for your treatment, your Invisalign trays will be a perfect fit for your mouth. This helps to shorten the time it takes to straighten your teeth or correct any spacing or bite issues.

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Invisalign uses trays instead of bonded wires like traditional braces so you have the flexibility to remove the trays for special occasions, if you feel like you have to (which you might not). You must remove the trays when you eat or drink anything other than water, so you’ll never have to worry about something being stuck in your braces. Invisalign wearers also benefit from the smaller but more frequent changes that come with new trays every two weeks.

Meet the Invisalign Dartmouth Team

Our orthodontists, Dr. Thompson and Dr. Knowlton, and their team at Docbraces’ Dartmouth location ensure patients receive the best, most up-to-date care available and are able to treat moderate to complex cases using Invisalign’s clear removable aligners. Docbraces has been named an Elite Provider of Invisalign, which means they have helped over 300 people achieve beautiful smiles using these clear plastic, removable aligners. This experience places us in the top 5% of Invisalign providers in North America.

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Dr.A_SM_TDocbraces’ state of the art Dartmouth office has been designed to make patients feel as comfortable as possible. It offers the conveniences of complimentary drinks if you’d like a coffee, tea or hot chocolate and WiFi so you can get some work done, or just find out the latest news while you wait. There is a range of flexible payment options available too so you won’t have to worry about cost as a major barrier to your treatment and getting the smile of your dreams.

DrKnowlton 2Waiting to meet your smile needs at Docbraces Dartmouth are Orthodontists Dr. Andrew Thompson and Dr. Kevin Knowlton, Patient Service Coordinator Janet Collins, Financial Coordinator Jeanette Gordon, Treatment Coordinator Tracy Bourque and Orthodontic Hygienists Stephanie Reeves and Melanie Kelly, Orthodontic Assistant Lisa Marchand.

Call and make an appointment at Docbraces Dartmouth today!

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