Invisalign - "Where science and art meet"


It's never been easier...

Follow these three simple steps to a more powerful smile.

Invisalign appliance photo2First, schedule a complimentary consultation. We will evaluate your bite, your goals and what we can achieve with either the Invisalign Full Case or the Invisalign Express.

Second, schedule your records appointment. Impressions, photos and x-rays are taken so Dr. Hoye can treatment plan your smile.

Third, come into the office and watch your teeth move online. Together we will decide at this visit if we want to accept the positions or modify. When we accept the treatment, you can plan to have the Invisalign delivered to you in about 2-3 weeks.

Now you're ready to get started. At each visit you will receive two trays. Small adjustments may be made at each visit which will be scheduled every 4 weeks. (Occasionally, we will need to have you return in 2 weeks.)

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Invisalign Express is a maximum of 10 trays and provides alignment within 5 months. You will need a complimentary consultation to determine if your goals will be reachable with the EXPRESS.

FULL Invisalign is faster than traditional braces. The average case is 9 to 13 months. This treatment plan can be tailored to meet all your needs. You can see your teeth move to the final position from the computerized imaging and know when you'll be ready to start smiling more.


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