Invisalign in
Short Pump

Countless teens and adults desire a straighter smile, but many are unwilling to deal with the discomfort and hassle of metal braces. Now, there is a cosmetic dental solution! Learn how we can transform your smile with Invisalign!

Invisalign in Short Pump

Short Pump Family Dentistry proudly offers one of the latest advancements in orthodontics using Invisalign clear aligners. Invisalign relies on the revolutionary design of clear, removable aligners to gently move your teeth into the ideal position. Patients can gain a straighter, more balanced smile with minimal disruption to their lifestyle.

How Does Invisalign Work?

At Short Pump Family Dentistry, we realize the drawbacks of traditional metal braces. Not only can they be uncomfortable, but they can damage your self-esteem and restrict your favorite foods. With Invisalign aligners, Dr. Tse can give teens and adults a better alternative to straighten their teeth.

Invisalign can effectively address a full range of orthodontic concerns, including significant gaps, crowding, overbites, and more. Each aligner is custom-fabricated to correct your specific misalignment issues. By changing out your aligners every few weeks, you can gradually see your teeth get straighter and more attractive.

How Long Does Invisalign Take?

Treatment times depend on your unique case and overall orthodontic needs. In most cases, patients can expect to wear their clear aligners for 1-2 weeks at a time, for 20-22 hours each day. Patients typically use Invisalign for 12-18 months before achieving their desired results.

What Is The Difference Between Invisalign And Braces?

Unlike traditional braces that require you to make multiple trips to the office for adjustments, Invisalign involves checkups every four to six weeks to get your new set of aligners. Not only is this treatment more convenient, but it can also be much faster. There are many reasons why patients love our clear dental aligners at Short Pump Family Dentistry, including the following:

Discreet – The most valued benefit of Invisalign is that others won’t even know you are wearing them. The aligners are made of clear, thin plastic that fits snugly over your teeth, making them virtually invisible.

Removable – Unlike braces, you can remove your aligners to eat, brush and floss. This means you don’t have to avoid certain foods while undergoing orthodontic treatment, and you can keep your teeth cleaner and healthier in the process.

Comfortable – Invisalign aligners gently shift your teeth without the discomfort of tight bands and brackets. The aligners are made of smooth and comfortable plastic so that they won’t irritate your cheeks or lips.

Is Invisalign Expensive?

Not at all! Invisalign is an affordable treatment option. In many cases, the cost of Invisalign treatment is comparable to metal braces. That means you can enjoy discreet, comfortable orthodontic treatment without impacting your budget. If you still need assistance covering the cost of your Invisalign clear aligners, we offer affordable financing through CareCredit.

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Review from Tiffany S.
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Five stars

Tiffany S.

I had an amazing experience here. They treated me so well and really listened to what I wanted. I plan on switching to them for my routine cleanings. Thanks Dr. Tse!
Review from An L.
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Five stars

An L.

Dr. Tse is the best. I will only come to him from now. I also bring my family and friends to his office. The staffs are friendly and professional. They work with you to find the best time for your appointments.
Review from Kelly R.
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Five stars

Kelly R.

First time here and I highly recommend this practice. Very courteous and professional staff. Dr. Tse is an amazing dentist! He took the time to ask me questions as well as educate me on aspects that were pertinent to my dental situation. He answered my questions thoroughly and made me feel welcome as a patient. Thank you, Short Pump Family Dentistry!
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Dr. David Tse
Dr. David Tse is proficient in all aspects of dentistry including the latest dental techniques.

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