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Invisalign in Dallas,TX

With over 20 years of experience in the dental field, Dr. Scott Evans is a general dentist who specializes in the areas of orthodontics, dentofacial orthopedics and restorative and cosmetic dentistry for patients living in Dallas and Garland and the surrounding communities in Texas.

Using the latest in up-to-date techniques and dental innovations, Dr. Evans and his staff are able to provide premium care through a variety of processes and procedures, including orthodontics, implants, cosmetic contouring, teeth whitening and root canals.

A More Socially Comfortable Teeth Straightening Method

The teeth straightening process does not have to be noticeable, thanks to Invisalign® aligners. The aligners, which are designed with a BPA-free, almost transparent plastic, can be removed when eating or when brushing and flossing your teeth.

Planning a Course of Treatment

In order to find out if you are a good candidate for Invisalign® straightening, you’ll need to schedule an appointment for an initial consultation. During the appointment, the dentist will take x-rays and evaluate your dental and medical history. If it is determined that you’re a good candidate, then impressions will be made of your teeth, and a 3-D image will be created. In turn, a course of treatment will be outlined that will take 12 to 18 months to complete.

Aligners Should Only be Taken Out for Brushing and Flossing or Eating

A series of aligners is created during the straightening process, each which is replaced every few weeks. Therefore, checkups are generally scheduled about every month and a half. To achieve good results, the aligners should be worn most of the day and be only taken out for eating or when you need to brush or floss your teeth.

Make an Appointment for a Consultation Today

Patients in Dallas and Garland and the surrounding communities in Texas can contact the offices of Scott Evans, DDS at 214-717-6297 to book an appointment for a consultation.

Written by Scott Evans, DDS February 28, 2013