Invisalign® FAQs - Dominion Orthodontics

Frequently Asked Questions

Invisalign® is a state-of-the-art orthodontic treatment offered at Dominion Orthodontics. It utilizes clear, removable aligners to gradually straighten teeth and correct various dental issues. You'll wear a series of custom-made aligners, switching to a new set every few weeks, which gently shift your teeth into their desired positions.

If you're a teen or adult seeking to improve your smile, you may be a candidate for Invisalign®. To determine if this treatment is right for you, call us at (804) 427-7420 to schedule a consultation with our experienced orthodontists.

Not at all! Invisalign® aligners are virtually invisible, so you can confidently go about your daily activities without any noticeable changes to your appearance.

The duration of your Invisalign® treatment will depend on your specific dental needs. On average, most patients complete their treatment within 6 to 18 months.

While you may experience some mild discomfort or pressure during the initial days of each new aligner, Invisalign® aligners are generally more comfortable than traditional braces.

For the best results, it's essential to wear your Invisalign® aligners for 20-22 hours per day, removing them only when eating, drinking, brushing, and flossing.

Caring for your Invisalign® aligners is simple. Rinse them under lukewarm water and use a soft-bristled toothbrush to gently brush them. Avoid using hot water or toothpaste, as they may damage the aligners.

We're here to support you every step of the way! Feel free to call us at (804) 427-7420 with any questions or concerns you may have during your Invisalign® journey.

Yes, a retainer is essential to maintain the results of your Invisalign® treatment. We will provide you with a customized retainer plan to ensure your smile stays straight and beautiful.

To begin your Invisalign® journey and achieve a confident smile, simply give us a call at (804) 427-7420 to schedule your consultation. Our dedicated team is eager to assist you!

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