What is Invisalign®?

     Coron Dental team of invisalign dentist in Brookline and Boston, straightens teeth using a series of clear aligners. Our staff digital scan your mouth so that a series of aligners can be created in a invisalign lab. The invisible aligners are made out of clear thermoplastic material that is strong and flexible for your long term comfort.

     The aligners should be worn 22 hours except for mealtime and cleaning. They need to be switched out with the next one in the series every 2 weeks. 

     Over a period of treatment time, the aligners will slowly move , making minor and gradual adjustment at a time that is targeted to specific teeth. This helps your teeth to be comfortable as they are moved into position at a manageable pace. 

     Once you are done wearing your aligners, your teeth should be straight for perfect smile.

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Benefits of Invisalign

  • Patients may prefer wearing Invisalign® because of how convenient it is in comparison to wearing traditional braces.

  • No one can tell you are straightening your teeth

  • You can take them out to eat dinner, go on a date, or make an important presentation at work

  • Easy invisalign Home Care- Simply remove aligner and rinse it with warm water on a daily basis. You may use a soft toothbrush for additional cleaning.

  • You can brush and floss your teeth like normal

  • There is less of a risk that your teeth will become stained as compared with wearing metal braces.

  • The procedure is more comfortable than metal braces since the aligners move teeth into place slowly and only focus on a few teeth at a time.

  • Aligners are easy to take care of, and you only use the same aligner for a couple of weeks.

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Invisalign® Checkups

     Patients will need to see us for checkups to ensure that teeth are moving like they are supposed to. Fortunately, since the aligners are made at the beginning of the procedure, these appointments are less frequent than if you were wearing metal braces. With traditional braces, a metal bracket is placed on each tooth, and a wire is threaded between them then held in place using rubber bands. The wires need to be adjusted on a regular basis in order to keep teeth moving in the right direction. This requires frequent office visits.

     For people with busy schedules and a hectic life – this is inconvenient, and any delay in appointment scheduling can prolong the timeframe that braces need to be worn for. As an Invisalign® dentist, we see patients less frequently because the checkups are not to adjust anything, just to make sure that the procedure is working. This is far more convenient for patients throughout the Brookline and Boston, MA area.

How to find Invisalign® Dentist?

Not all dentists offer Invisalign® because they have to receive special Invisalign training in order to provide the service to patients. To learn if the procedure is right for you, schedule an appointment with Coron Dental Studio for Invisalign dentist Brookline and Boston, MA. by calling 617-250-8545 or click the link

Invisalign® Treatment Time

For most patients living in the Brookline and Boston, MA, the average treatment timeline is around twelve months. The exact timeframe will depend on your situation, and Coron Dental team can tell you how long they will need to be worn. Overall, the treatment time can be less than with metal braces. This is in part because you do not have to schedule appointments to keep your teeth moving. Simply pull out a new aligner.

How will Invisalign® impact my life?

     Unlike wearing traditional braces, Invisalign® will not make a major impact on your quality of life. Since the aligners are clear, it will not impact your appearance. Additionally, since they only need to be worn for 22 hours a day, they will not interfere with eating. This is a huge advantage because you can eat your favorite plate of ribs, go out for a romantic date, eat a caramel apple without worrying about something becoming stuck in your teeth or a wire being pulled out of place. This time also allows you to take the aligner out when having an important conversation or making a presentation at work. Overall, this is a convenient way to straighten your teeth and provides the maximum level of flexibility.

     Some people are concerned about whether or not wearing an aligner will impact their speech. Most of our Brookline and Boston patients tell us that they have to get used to wearing aligners after the first couple of days. Sometimes, patients have a slight lisp which goes away once they become used to speaking while wearing them. This is standard with any orthodontic procedure but fortunately; most people can speak normally within a couple of days.

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Invisalign® Terminology
  Aligner Trays With Invisalign® treatment, the patient will receive a series of aligner trays and swap out each one for the next one in the series every two weeks in order to gradually straighten the teeth. Blue Compliance Indicator (Invisalign® Teen) The blue compliance indicator is a small blue dot on the aligners that will fade from blue to clear in order to indicate if the patient is wearing the aligner for the proper amount of time and where the patient is in the Invisalign® process. ClinCheck® Software ClinCheck® software allows professionals to map out the straightening process the patient’s teeth will go through with Invisalign® in great detail. Gum Line The gum line is the line in the mouth where the teeth and gums meet. If a patient struggles with gum recession, then the gum tissue around the teeth may begin to wear away. Incisal Ridges Incisal ridges are the portion of the crown of the tooth that makes up the incisal portion and can be a direct cause of overbite if they are extended too far. iTero Element® Scanner An iTero Element® scanner allows professionals to create a 3D image of the patient’s teeth in minutes and predict what it will take to move the teeth into proper alignment. Malocclusion Malocclusion is the condition in which the upper and lower teeth do not meet properly when the bite is closed. Conditions of malocclusion can include overbite, underbite, crossbite and open bite; all of which are treatable with Invisalign®. Overbite An overbite is a type of malocclusion that occurs when the upper teeth jut out over the lower teeth, covering them and causing other issues. Polyurethane Resin Polyurethane Resin is a USP Class VI medical grade, high molecular weight compound that makes up the Invisalign® aligners. SmartForce Attachments SmartForce attachments are small attachments that professionals place on the patient’s teeth before placing aligners to help move the teeth. Smart Track® Material Smart Track® material is in Invisalign® aligners to increase comfort, improve control of movement, increases the speed of treatment and applies a gentle force to the teeth over time. Smile-Scan Smile-Scan analyzes the way a patient smiles by measuring the position of the mouth and eyes before giving a score. Vivera® Retainers Vivera® retainers are a type of retainer that consists of clear plastic material and helps to maintain orthodontic corrections after a treatment.

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