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Dr. Chris Quick
Family & Cosmetic Dentistry
Creating Beautiful Smiles
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Invisalign

You’re Never Too Old for Invisalign
It’s the clearly beautiful way to straighten your teeth—at any age

Like many adults, you might feel that your teeth aren’t as straight and healthy-looking as you wish they were. You may have worn braces as a teenager, but because you stopped wearing your retainer at some point, your teeth have relapsed over time. So now they’re a little crooked—doctors call this “malocclusion.” It’s a very common problem among adults.

You’ve probably seen ads for Invisalign aligners—the clear way to straighten teeth and create a healthy smile. It’s safe, easy, and relatively quick—the average treatment lasts about one year. And, because the aligners are virtually clear, almost no one can tell you’re in treatment unless you tell them. By using a series of clear, removable aligners, Invisalign straightens your teeth right before your eyes. Change the aligners about every two weeks and your teeth will move, little by little, toward the smile you’ve always wanted–one that everyone can see!

Invisalign aligners are comfortable to wear, and don’t require you to change your busy lifestyle. You will visit our office every month or two to check your progress and get a new set of aligners. Because the aligners are removable, you can continue to eat your favorite foods while brushing and flossing normally to keep your teeth and gums healthy.

Call us today at (847) 362-6660 for a free consultation.  With Invisalign, there’s no reason to put straight, healthy, youthful teeth off another day.


   

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Betsy. Two years of Invisalign, composite bonding and re-shaping of teeth.

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Elizabeth.  Two and a half years of aligners to correct overcrowding and improve molar alignment.

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Lennie. Two years of Invisalign, bleaching and composite bonding to improve shape of upper front teeth. 

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Paula.  Two years of aligners to correct crowding of the front teeth and increase the collapsed bite.

 

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