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Invisalign is a virtually invisible, cutting-edge tool that can be used to align your bite and perfect your smile. The system involves a series of removable trays crafted from smooth, clear, BPA-free plastic. Created based on Dr. Hawley’s prescription, they gently and gradually shift your teeth into place. As a certified Papillion, NE Invisalign provider, Dr. Hawley has the skill and knowledge to individualize and fine-tune your treatment plan down to the tiniest detail for amazing results. Contact us at (402) 592-3200 or [email protected] to start your Invisalign journey.
First and foremost, since the Invisalign aligners are clear and slip over your teeth almost like a mouthguard, the major benefit is they’re nearly invisible. The BPA-free plastic they’re molded from is smooth and flexible so they fit your mouth perfectly and are supremely comfortable. The aligners are removable, have zero food restrictions and won’t interfere with your oral hygiene. We also can’t forget to mention that the treatment is extremely precise since Dr. Hawley is able to use digital technology to specify the exact movements of each individual tooth.
When straightening your teeth with Invisalign, Dr. Hawley relies on our iTero scanner and advanced computer technology to create a 3D model of your mouth. Then, he uses this model to digitally move each tooth exactly where it needs to go. Based on his specifications, custom-molded aligners are created. Every time you wear a new set, your teeth shift incrementally to their new places. The Invisalign process begins with a free exam. Schedule yours by calling us at (402) 592-3200 or emailing [email protected].
What Happens After My Treatment?
When you finish your braces or Invisalign treatment, your teeth have a natural tendency to shift back towards their old places. The key to preventing this and keeping your smile looking amazing is wearing a retainer. We’ll create a custom retainer just for you once your braces come off or you take out that last set of aligners. The appliance will stabilize your teeth in their new positions and ensure your results last a lifetime.