Invisalign | Serving Richmond Hill & Surrounding Areas

Invisalign – The clear alternative to brace
Invisalign's® invisible, removable, and comfortable aligners will give you the beautiful straight teeth you've always wanted. And best of all, no one can tell you're wearing them. Invisalign® is great for adults and teenagers.

Developed with Orthodontists, Invisalign is a virtually invisible solution, so you can smile confidently both during treatment and after. Using a series of clear, removable aligners, Invisalign gradually moves you teeth toward the smile you've always wanted. And, almost no one will know you're wearing them unless you tell them.

Clear, Removable, Comfortable

Invisalign is comfortable to wear and easy to live within. You visit your doctor every month or two to check your progression and get new aligners. Average treatment time is about a year. Because the aligners are removable you can continue to eat your favorite foods. And you can brush and floss normally to keep your teeth and gums healthy.

Results You Can See

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Treatment Options

Many people believe that Invisalign is only effective at treating minor orthodontic issues. But the fact is that our 96% patient satisfaction rate is a result of successfully treating a broad range of cases, from overly crowded teeth and underbites to jaw problems and tooth misalignment.

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The hygienic benefits of straighter teeth

Healthier Gums

Properly positioned teeth are easier to brush and floss than teeth that are crowded, crooked, or spaced too far apart. Properly aligned teeth can help gums fit more tightly around them, which may lead to better periodontal health.

Easier Cleanings

With maintenance of good oral hygiene, the chances of having retention, tooth decay, or periodontal (gum) disease can be reduced.

Decreased Risk of Abnormal Wear

Properly aligned teeth can be less stressful on the supporting bone jaw joints.

Orthodontic Treatment Comparison

Invisalign Braces
Treats a wide variety of cases   X
Straightens your teeth   X
Average cost is about $5000   X
Allows you not eat whatever foods you enjoy X  
Allows you to remove when you want X  
Enjoy virtually invisible teeth-straightening X  
Brush and floss your teeth normally X  
Consists of smooth, comfortable plastic X  
Office visits only four to six weeks X  
Invisalign Teen: up to 6 free replacement aligners X  

How does Invisalign work?

Invisalign takes a modern approach to straightening teeth, using a custom-made series of aligners created for you and only you. These aligners are made of smooth, comfortable and visually invisible plastic that you simply wear over your teeth. Wearing the aligners will gradually and gently shift your teeth into place, based on the exact movements your dentist or orthodontist plans out for you. There are no metal brackets to attach and no wires to tighten. You simply pop in 8 new set of aligners approximately every two weeks, until our treatment is complete and you achieve the confident smile that you've always wanted. The best part about the whole process is that most people won't even know you're straightening your teeth.

How much does Invisalign cost?


In most cases, Invisalign treatment is comparable to the most of traditional braces. However, as with other medical treatments, only your doctor can determine the cost, based on your specific needs. Other factors may include your treatment goals, the difficulty of your case, how long you are in treatment, where you live, your orthodontic insurance coverage, and additional factors determined by your dentist or orthodontist. In the U.S., the cost of Invisalign treatment ranges from $3,500 to $8,000, with the national average about $5,000.

Does Invisalign really work?

Yes. Over 1.3 millions patients with a wide variety of dental challenges have been treated with Invisalign. Invisalign was developed with orthodontists and used in dental practices worldwide.

Ask your doctor how Invisalign can work for you?
Why are crooked teeth a problem?

Teeth that are not aligned properly in your mouth create what dentists call "malocclusion". Left untreated, malocclusion can lead to periodontal disease and create abnormal amounts of stress on teeth and jaws, which leads to premature wear.

What types of malocclusion do you have?

Here are some potential issues:

  • Buildup of plaque and tartar
  • Harbors harmful periodontal bacteria
  • Risk of periodontal disease, tooth, and bone loss

  • Food lodges between teeth
  • Risk of store, tender disease
  • Risk of periodontal disease

deep bite
Deep bite
  • Over-erupted lower front teeth that can damage the palate
  • Premature wear and chipping of the lower front teeth

cross bite
Cross bite
  • Premature tooth wear and risk of chipped teeth
  • Abfraction – small notch in tooth at the gumline
  • Periodontal disease, tooth, and bone loss

excessive overjet
Excessive overjet
  • Chipped or fractured front teeth
  • Trauma to front teeth

edge-to-edge bite
Edge-to-Edge bite
  • Risk of teeth chipping and breaking
  • Jaw joint pain
  • Shortened or worn down front teeth

open bite
Open bite
  • Abfraction – small notch in tooth at gumline
  • Gum recession, lose teeth and bone loss
  • Excessive, premature wear on back teeth

If left untreated, malocclusion can lead to potential disease and premature wear of teeth that can worsen over time and even result in tooth loss. Periodontal disease may also increase the risk for atherosclerotic cardiovascular disease (hardening of the arteries).

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