(813) 816-0798

Dental Associates of Florida - New Tampa
14201 Bruce B. Downs Boulevard, Suite 1, Tampa, FL 33613

Are your teeth crowded or improperly spaced? Is a mild or moderate bite issue causing you to feel less confident? If so, Invisalign® in New Tampa may help you achieve a straighter, healthier smile. Our experienced dentists offer Invisalign to adults and teens struggling with orthodontic problems.

What Dental Problems Can Invisalign Fix?

Invisalign treatment consists of a series of personalized aligner trays, which are designed to straighten the teeth over time. Just like traditional braces, these aligner trays place pressure on the teeth, slowly moving them into the correct position. Invisible aligners are made with transparent plastic, making them a discreet way to straighten teeth. The trays can be removed for eating, drinking, or special occasions as well.

How Will a Complete Treatment for Invisalign Cost?

When considering orthodontic treatment, most patients have questions regarding cost. Typically, the Invisalign cost is determined by the intensity of your case, your insurance, and how long you’ll need to wear aligners. Contact our office for more details.

How Long Do Patients Wear Invisalign?

The length of your Invisalign treatment depends on how much tooth movement is involved. More complex cases can take up to two years to resolve, but the average adult finishes his or her treatment within one year. During your consultation, one of our Invisalign dentists will devise a treatment plan that includes an estimated completion date.

Where Can I Find Experienced Invisalign Dentists?

Only dentists with the proper licensing and training can provide patients with clear aligner trays. At our practice, we’ve successfully treated both adults and teens with invisible aligners. Let us help you achieve a straighter, more confident smile. Give us a call to find out whether this convenient orthodontic option is right for you.

Deciding Between Invisalign vs Braces

When the choices are narrowed down to Invisalign vs braces, some patients cite appearance as a key reason for choosing clear aligners. Invisible aligners are unnoticeable when worn, while traditional braces are visible to others. Another advantage of clear aligners is that they are easy to remove for oral hygiene purposes. However, getting the right orthodontic treatment should always be the top priority. Our skilled dentists will help you decide which option is best for you.

What Are the Benefits of Invisalign?

If you’ve been searching for a discreet way to align your teeth, call us now to find out whether Invisalign in New Tampa is right for you. When you choose invisible aligners, you’ll receive some of the following perks:

  • Easy to clean trays make oral hygiene simpler
  • No uncomfortable brackets or wires, which can irritate the gums
  • The ability to enjoy your favorite foods and beverages without restriction
  • You’ll require fewer trips to the dentist – most patients only need to visit our office every four to six weeks

Can Anyone Get Invisalign?

While invisible aligners are an effective solution for adults and teens with mild to moderate alignment problems, they’re not ideal for everyone. Our Invisalign dentists typically do not recommend the clear aligner system for young children.

Is Invisalign Insurance Available?

Many dental insurance plans provide coverage for orthodontic care, which includes traditional braces and clear aligners. We recommend that all patients contact their provider before considering braces to see what options are available. Remember, affordable Invisalign in New Tampa may be possible even without insurance. Flexible financing from our office can help your family better manage the Invisalign cost.

How Should I Care for My Teeth After Invisalign?

Once your treatment is complete, you’ll continue to practice good oral hygiene and visit our practice for regular dental checkups and cleanings. Most patients require Invisalign retainers, which prevent the teeth from regressing to the previous, undesired position.

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  • Tuesday 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM
  • Wednesday 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM
  • Thursday 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM
  • Friday 8:00 AM – 12:00 PM

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14201 Bruce B. Downs Boulevard, Suite 1, Tampa, FL 33613

(813) 816-0798