Straighten Teeth With an Invisalign® Dentist in Anchorage

Posted on: June 30, 2016

Invisalign Dentist in AnchorageWe are your Invisalign dentist in Anchorage, which means that we take great pride in our patients leaving our clinic smiling. Not just smiling with any old smile, but smiling a smile that is as close to perfection as it can get. Invisalign® is one of the world’s most disruptive dental technologies that has changed the way that people create their beautiful smile. It could not be available at a better time. There have been a ton of studies and research done on the impact of the smile, showing something that we always innately new. Smiling is the most powerful, and the most widely used of all the facial expressions. In a world where the first impression is so important, having a great smile to deliver can be a game change.

Did you know that first impressions are formed within the first 15 seconds of meeting someone new, often in as little as 7 seconds? When you look at the rapidness with which people make impressions and combine it with the fact that 53% of people surveyed stated that the first thing they notice about another person is their smile, you begin to realize the value of an Invisalign® treatment. Sadly, there are too many people who have not yet taken advantage of Invisalign®, resulting in a lot of people that do not smile very much. Data indicates that 52% of people in the United States do not smile as much as they would like to, largely due to the fact that they are not confident in their smiles because of misaligned or unattractive teeth. Speaking of attractiveness, here is another statistic that we found interesting in light of the fact that Invisalign® can help give you an amazing smile. Of the people surveyed, 89% agreed that a smile is one of the key things that attracts them to a person and that a person with a great smile is much more attractive.

As your Invisalign dentist in Anchorage, we know that most of our patients are extremely excited to be starting down the road to straighter teeth. As such, we expect a ton of questions about how Invisalign® works, what the expectations should be, how much time all of this is going to take, and why Invisalign is the best system for straightening teeth. The last question is the easiest to answer since the others require us to examine your teeth and set up a plan for you first. When you get Invisalign placed by an Invisalign dentist in Anchorage, you are getting a customized solution that is designed to meet your specific goals along a set timeline. It is created based solely on your mouth. There is no one size fits all solution, so when you first come in for a consultation, we will take a detailed measurement of your mouth along with imprints that capture every nuance of your teeth and gums. These will be sent to the lab. The lab fashions custom aligners so that you can wear a new set every two weeks. The aligners are designed to move your teeth a set fraction in those two weeks, so the new aligners are always designed to follow your exact plan.


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