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It can help treat the following:

  • Teens, adults, and little smiles
  • Crowded teeth
  • Overbites
  • Underbites
  • Crossbites
  • Gap teeth
  • Open bite
  • Baby and permanent teeth
  • Generally straighter teeth

How it works:

Using the iTero Element® scanner, we will take a quick and precise 3D scan of your teeth and map out a custom treatment plan just for you.


Once your digital plan is finalized, your custom aligners are made using a state-of-the-art printing process.


Rother Dental will work with Invisalign to fine-tune every shift in every tooth. Dr. Rother will be able to show your new smile before you even get started. You can even start seeing real results in a matter of weeks.

Which is more convenient, Invisalign or braces?

Traditional braces and Invisalign both have their pros and cons when it comes to convenience. Traditional braces can prevent you from eating certain foods while Invisalign allows you to enjoy your favorite sticky or hard foods. But since Invisalign are removable, it can be a problem for you or a child that may be prone to misplacing items. It’s just important to establish a routine of care when removing your clear aligners to keep them stored safely and remember to place them back in once you’re done eating.


Is Invisalign better than Traditional Braces?

Invisalign and traditional braces both achieve the same results, to improve the alignment of your teeth and produce a straighter, more aesthetically pleasing smile.


The differences between the two are more than the visual difference between the clear aligner and traditional metal braces. Both of these treatment methods also have their pros and cons, so it’s up to you and your dentist to decide what’s best for you.


Making the Right Decision on Your Treatment Method

There’s a lot to consider when you are weighing up the options of orthodontic treatment. Decide what pros or cons matter most to you to help make your decision easier. Most importantly, ask questions. Make sure you have all the information you need to make an informed decision.


Contact our office if you have any questions or would like to make an appointment for Invisalign. To get the most out of your consultation, bring any questions you may have. With Invisalign treatment, you’re never on your own.

The best dental care that you deserve.