Invisalign Clear Braces at Smile Studios in Redmond

Have you ever wished you had straighter or less crowded teeth? Maybe you already had braces, but lost your retainers and your teeth are misaligned again. Have you been told you have an overbite, or underbite?

We at Smile Studios dental clinic in Redmond, WA, are proud to offer Invisalign clear braces to our patients to help straighten teeth, fix an overbite or underbite, minimize the gaps in between your teeth. Dr. Tina and her team are local experts in Invisalign clear braces in the Redmond, Bellevue, Kirkland, and Seattle Eastside area.  

What should I expect with Invisalign clear braces treatment?

Invisalign clear braces is a safe, effective orthodontic treatment to comfortably straighten your teeth using clear trays rather than the traditional metal braces. After your initial complimentary evaluation, the team at Smile Studios dental clinic in Redmond, WA will take records of your smile—this includes photos and impressions. Dr. Tina will then develop a treatment plan working alongside Invisalign technicians. You will then get clear tray aligners to put into your mouth to slowly move your teeth into the correct position. You can expect to come into the dental clinic to change your trays every two weeks. Every six weeks, you will get a new set of aligners. During the course of your treatment, Dr. Tina evaluates the progression of your smile every six weeks, focusing on teeth straightening, bite, and gaps between your teeth.  Most patients can expect to complete their treatment in 6-18 months. By the end of your clear braces treatment, you can achieve your dream smile. 

To learn more, call our office at (425) 553-4480 or book online below for a free consultation. We are here to help you achieve your dream smile! We are located right next door to the Microsoft main campus in Redmond, WA and within a 10 minute drive of downtown Bellevue, WA. Come see why we are the premier dental clinic of the Eastside.  

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