Category: Invisalign

Can Senior Citizens Get Invisalign?

20 Dec 2019 by  admin in Invisalign

Many older patients have steered away from the possibility of correcting crooked or misaligned smiles because they think braces and retainers are for kids and teenagers. Many people also think that adult teeth are “stuck in their ways” and incapable of change. However, these are myths. While the mouth of a growing child is certainly more malleable, our teeth are almost always shifting and can move around more as we get older. Sometimes, this will even cause a once-straight set of teeth to become misaligned, triggering the sudden need for correction.

The stereotypes around smile correction for older adults are also changing. This is partly because of Invisalign, a revolutionary and discreet system for correcting teeth that don’t require bulky metal gear. This is making it easier and more normal for people of any age, even those over the age of 50, to finally achieve the smile they deserve—because a bright, white, and straight smile shouldn’t be reserved only for young people.

What is Invisalign?

Essentially, Invisalign is a set of customized retainers that gradually and gently shift your teeth into a more desirable bite. The aligners are made of transparent plastic, making it almost impossible for people to notice you’re wearing them. They are also incredibly easy to remove when it comes time for eating, drinking, brushing, or spending some special time with the one you love.

Invisalign can help to correct virtually any bite problem you have, from helping to separate crowded teeth and close gaps, to correcting overbites, open bites, crookedness or misalignment, overjet, crossed teeth, and more.

How many retainers you need and how long you will need to wear them will depend on the severity of your case and if you wear them for the suggested 20-22 hours each day. For simple corrections, most patients can expect to achieve their goal in only 8 months. However, larger or more complex corrections may take 12 to 16 months.

Other benefits of Invisalign for seniors

Aside from the fact that many adults don’t want to sport the metal look in their mouth, Invisalign offers a lot of other benefits for those 50 years of age or older. Invisalign gently nudges teeth to gradually shift them into the desired location, making it a gentler and more natural change that is beneficial to the health of your teeth—especially for those who may suffer from weaker teeth and other dental problems. This is done by digitally mapping out how your teeth will need to move with each set of retainers to reach your desired smile.

Invisalign aligners can also feel less painful and intrusive than traditional braces, not causing annoying cuts, sore teeth, or unnecessary pressure in the mouth. They are also super easy to remove, making dental hygiene much easier. This is good for anyone of any age, but particularly for older adults whose enamel may not be as strong as it was in their youth and whose teeth are more prone to cavities, tooth damage, or gum damage.

Determining if Invisalign right for you

The best way to figure out whether or not Invisalign is the right choice for you is by visiting a professional and experienced dentist who can provide a consultation. You can schedule a consultation with our cosmetic dentists at LI Implant and Cosmetic Dentistry to learn more about how Invisalign would work for you.

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My Invisalign Tray Broke: What Should I Do?

25 Nov 2019 by  admin in Invisalign

woman clear aligners invisalignMore than 7 million people have used Invisalign clear aligners to transform their smiles with successful results. This popular treatment helps to correct crowding, gaps, and other problems with the cosmetic appearance of teeth, while being easy to care for and discreet.

Even though these trays are tough and durable for every day use, sometimes the inevitable happens.  A cracked, split, or broken tray can leave you wondering what to do.

When should I see a professional?

Depending on how serious the damage is to the aligner, it may not be necessary to seek dental assistance immediately. Yet every case is different, the last thing you want to do is set back any progress or put your mouth at risk of infection or danger.

  • A crack or visible line. Since most trays are typically used for roughly two weeks, a slight crack or line may not mean you need to rush for a new one. If you can still wear it without any trouble, pain or additional splitting, it most likely will still function as intended. You can continue to use as directed, but be mindful of removing it and brushing it.
  • A severe break/not adhering as desired. A more significant split, break or improper fitting should immediately be brought in to your doctor for examination and guidance. Before coming in, you should stop using the damaged version, and instead, use the previous tray to prevent additional shifts or setbacks.

Either way, it’s best to consult with your dental professional on the phone before proceeding. They can help you determine next steps, and whether to repair, replace or discard the necessary piece.

Why did my alignment tray crack or break?

Even though Invisalign trays are known for their durability, they are not immune to damage. If the cause of the break is not from dropping, stepping on, or crushing your tray, it may be the way you’re inserting or removing them.

Mostly, a split occurs around the point that connects with your canine teeth. This may be because you’re reaching in the back of your mouth to “pop off” the tray from the molars, but this adds additional pressure and bending around the canines, leading to cracks or breaks.

Simply wiggling the thumb against the retainer can allow it to loosen its grip on the teeth in a more even manner, preventing cracks, splits, and breaks.

Prevention and next steps

Even though your dentist can easily fix or replace damaged trays, it’s best if they don’t have to. A few simple steps are all it takes to ensure you’re limiting unnecessary costs or setbacks in your progress.

  1. Remove before eating and brushing.
  2. Keep away from hot liquids or direct sunlight, as the excess heat may affect the integrity of the plastic over time, making it more susceptible to damage.
  3. Use your case whenever the tray is outside your mouth.
  4. Know how to properly remove and insert trays.

At Long Island Implant and Cosmetic Dentistry of Huntington, Dr. Nick or Dr. Elliot can help you understand the benefits of Invisalign for corrective treatment, as well as other available cosmetic options.

Contact us today to learn more about Invisalign and schedule a one-on-one consultation with our award-winning professionals to transform your smile.

Additional resources:

  1. Invisalign, Living with Invisalign clear aligners, https://www.invisalign.com/how-invisalign-works/living-with-invisalign
  2. Dental Health Society: My Invisalign is Cracking! What should I do? https://dentalhealthsociety.com/invisalign/my-invisalign-is-cracking-what-should-i-do/

What Will Stain Invisalign?

15 Nov 2019 by  admin in General Dentistry Resources, Invisalign

invisalign teen clear alignersIf you want a beautiful, straight smile without having to deal with the hassle and inconvenience of traditional metal braces, then Invisalign could be the perfect choice for you! During your consultation with a cosmetic dentist, you’ll have the opportunity to ask any questions you may have, including how to avoid staining them because they can become discolored or even warped. However, taking a few simple precautions can easily prevent this.

Here’s what will stain Invisalign aligners

Invisalign aligners are made from a clear plastic material. This means that anything that could potentially stain your teeth may also stain them– including juice, energy drinks, and wine. It’s important to note that you should not consume any hot beverages while wearing your aligners, including coffee and tea. Not only will these drinks stain your aligners, but the heat will also warp the plastic, and you may end up needing to order a replacement set.

Here’s how to eat and drink with Invisalign aligners

If you’re going to drink anything other than water, you should first remove the aligners and place them in their protective case. Then, eat or drink anything you want. Before putting your aligners back in, brush your teeth, and brush and rinse the aligners. This prevents the buildup of plaque and reduces the risk of the aligners getting discolored.

How to remove stains from Invisalign aligners

However, if they do acquire a few unsightly stains, there is something you can try. First, do not try brushing your aligners with whitening toothpaste. This toothpaste contains abrasive ingredients that can damage them. Instead, order the soaking crystals from Invisalign. They are specially designed to clean the aligners and lift minor stains. Fill a cup with lukewarm—not hot—water and add the soaking crystals. Add your aligners and soak them for 15 minutes. Rinse thoroughly.

Things to consider

Although Invisalign aligners readily take on stains, it’s important to note that you will not wear the same set of aligners for your entire treatment. So, if you’re dealing with a stubborn stain that won’t respond to your cleaning efforts, you may be comforted to know that you’ll soon be switching to the next set in the series. Each patient’s treatment plan can vary slightly. However, most patients are advised to wear each set of aligners for two weeks.

Schedule your one-on-one Invisalign consult in Huntington today!

When you’re ready for a Hollywood smile, talk to a cosmetic dentist about Invisalign. You can schedule your one-on-one consultation with Dr. Nick or Dr. Elliot at Long Island Implant and Cosmetic Dentistry. We specialize in smile makeovers that instill self-confidence. Get in touch today with our office in Huntington, Long Island.

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What is Better – Veneers or Invisalign?

gray haired woman smiling because of her veneersA smile is the most memorable feature of a person. In fact, 48 percent of adults think this is even more powerful than appearance or even smell. Because this is so important–for those with even minor imperfections–gaps, crookedness, or stains–it can be intimidating.

If you are looking to make enhancements to your smile– porcelain veneers or invisible alignment treatments will help you reclaim your confidence. When deciding, you’ll want to evaluate the cost, timing, and specific needs for treatment in the Huntington, Long Island-area. Below is a quick guide to help you understand whether porcelain veneers or Invisalign is a better option for your smile.

Understanding veneers

Veneers are a thin porcelain structure that is bonded to the front of the teeth. The sole purpose of them is to improve overall appearance, including color, size, spacing, chips or cracks, and surface smoothness. Veneers do little to improve function, yet they can deliver a big boost of confidence to the patient. In as little as three visits, a patient can walk away with a more uniform and whiter smile.

The first visit is an initial consultation to determine if veneers are the right approach for you. The second will help the dentist to prepare the teeth and develop a model.  Finally, it’s time to apply the veneers. While the process is not complex, it’s helpful to have a solid understanding of the application process. Once a person undergoes treatment for veneers, it is irreversible, as it requires filing away of the original tooth to make space for the veneer.

The Veneer Bonding Process

Before attaching the veneer to the tooth, your dentist will temporarily place it on the tooth to ensure proper fit, color, and size. Once the veneer has been appropriately matched for the mouth, the dentist will prepare your tooth with a thorough cleaning and polishing. From there, they will utilize a technique called etching–a process that allows a strong bonding between the original tooth and its veneer.

The dentist will apply a custom cement to the veneer and position it accordingly on your tooth before applying a light beam that activates the chemicals in the cement—so it quickly hardens and sets. Finally, the dentist will remove any excess cement, evaluate the fit and bite, and make any final adjustments for comfort and function. With proper care, veneers can last up to 15 years. Additionally, while the cost can change depending on the number of teeth, a person can expect to pay anywhere between $1,000 and $2,000 for each tooth.

Understanding Invisalign

While veneers can be great for instantaneous cosmetic assistance, Invisalign can help improve appearance, function, and health.  Many people contend with crooked teeth, crowded smiles or poorly aligned bites. Crowded teeth can be difficult to clean, making tooth decay and gum disease more likely. Invisalign, an alternative to traditional bracket braces, uses clear trays to help correct misalignment, straighten teeth and improve the overall look of someone’s smile. These invisible trays are custom-made and work by applying pressure and slight force to the teeth to slowly align them into the desired position.

It’s a discreet treatment that allows adults to correct their smiles without the embarrassing look of metal braces. Plus, the removable trays allow a person to eat without food restriction, along with easy cleaning of the teeth and trays.

The Invisalign Process

After consulting with your Invisalign-trained doctor, they will map out a customized digital treatment that demonstrates the step-by-step smile and mouth transformation.

From there, customized aligners will be created and changed out after one to two weeks. While the total length of treatment varies per patient, the average time for alignment is 12 to 18 months.  Once the teeth have reached the desired look, you can continue to wear the clear tray to maintain teeth position.

Depending on the extent of your plan, these treatments can go upwards of $6,500, but this will reshape the structure of the mouth for less than traditional braces– in most cases.

Making the Decision 

Talking with an experienced cosmetic dentist can help you determine which option is better for you. Seek out the best dental health professionals in the Huntington, Long Island-area, to help you. The Huntington, Long Island award-winning doctors of Cosmetic & Implant Dentistry can meet with you to review your specific goals, treatment options, and affordability.

Schedule your one-on-one consultation with Dr. Nick or Dr. Elliot in Huntington Station, Long Island. Get on the path to a more confident, healthier you.

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How Fast Does Invisalign Move Your Teeth?

27 Sep 2019 by  admin in Invisalign

woman clear aligners invisalignInvisalign is a great option for teens and adults who want to straighten their teeth quickly. However, if you’re straightening your teeth in preparation for a special event, like a wedding or a high school reunion, you’ll still want to visit a cosmetic dentist as soon as possible.

“Everyone’s treatment time is a little different,” says Dr. Nick at Long Island Implant and Cosmetic Dentistry. “Some people achieve their goals within six months or so, while those who have more severe malocclusion might take as long as 18 months,” adds Dr. Elliot of the same dentistry practice. The average total treatment time for an Invisalign patient is 12 to 18 months.

A look at the Invisalign process

Once your unique treatment process is planned, you will receive a series of Invisalign clear aligners, or trays. You’ll wear each set of trays in an ordered sequence. Usually, you will wear each set for two weeks at a time. Your dentist will let you know if your particular treatment differs from this standard. At the end of the two weeks, you’ll switch to the next set of trays in your series. Each tray will move your teeth about 1/10 of a millimeter.

When you will start to see results

One of the many major differences between Invisalign and traditional metal braces is that with Invisalign, you don’t have to wait until the end of your treatment to see the results. If you were to choose metal braces instead, your beautiful smile would be concealed behind unsightly metal brackets and wires. But because Invisalign aligners are virtually invisible, you can see how your smile changes throughout the treatment.

Everyone’s experience is a little different, of course. Some people can see improvements in a mere matter of weeks. Others might not notice a difference for about three months.

How you can stay on track with your treatment

Occasionally, Invisalign patients will end up having to wear the aligners for longer than originally planned if their teeth aren’t moving as expected. This typically happens when patients aren’t following the instructions properly. (Your cosmetic dentist will instruct you to wear the aligners for 20 to 22 hours per day.) You’ll take them out to eat, and to clean your teeth and the aligners. If you fall short of the minimum 20 hours per day, your teeth won’t move as quickly.

Begin the Invisalign treatment planning process

One of the neat things about Invisalign is that you’ll be able to see how your teeth will move and what your smile will look like at the end of your treatment. It’s all thanks to the state-of-the-art imaging software, which allows cosmetic dentists to precisely plan every phase of the treatment.

Dr. Nick and Dr. Elliot invite you to schedule a consultation at Long Island Implant and Cosmetic Dentistry in South Huntington, Long Island. You’ll have the opportunity to learn more about Invisalign, ask all of your questions, and determine whether Invisalign is right for you. Call us today at 631.212.8024.

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4 Things Parents Should Know About Invisalign for Teens

13 Sep 2019 by  admin in Invisalign

invisalign clear alignersInvisalign is incredibly popular among adults because it’s virtually invisible and discreet. This means adults won’t have to deal with the embarrassing “metal mouth” look while at work or around town. However, Invisalign isn’t just for grownups. It’s also a great option for teens. In fact, Invisalign provides clear aligners designed specifically with teens in mind!

Invisalign can build a teen’s self-confidence

Do you remember your teenage years? If you were like most teens, those years were filled with awkward moments and embarrassing social gaffes. Life’s hard enough for adolescents without having to deal with the metal mouth look. Invisalign can help build your teen’s self-confidence by straightening their smile without the need for visible metal brackets and wires. This is especially important for today’s teens, who practically live on social media and frequently post selfies for their friends to see.

Invisalign Teen is designed especially for adolescents

One major concern parents often have about investing in Invisalign for their teens is whether the kids will wear the aligners as much as is required. To stay on track with their treatment, teens need to wear the aligners for at least 20 to 22 hours per day. Otherwise, their teeth won’t continue shifting as they should.

But with Invisalign Teen, it’s easy to make sure the patient is wearing the aligners for the recommended amount of time. These specially designed aligners are equipped with blue compliance indicator dots that let parents see at a glance whether their teen is sticking to the plan.

Invisalign Teen is perfect for athletic students

Sports offer so many benefits to students, and if your child already plays, you’ll undoubtedly want him or her to continue doing so. Invisalign makes it easy for student-athletes to pursue their accomplishments on the field. Unlike metal braces, Invisalign doesn’t have any components that could potentially damage the soft tissues of the mouth during sports activities. There is no need to remove the aligners while playing or practicing.

Invisalign Teen will support your child’s oral health

Every parent wants the best for their child, and that includes healthy teeth for a lifetime! Invisalign Teen will help your child have better oral health. This is because the aligners are removable. Your teen will take them out to brush and floss. There’s no struggle to clean around awkwardly placed metal brackets or wires!

Schedule an Invisalign consult on Long Island today!

Invisalign is a wonderful gift to give your teen because it can boost self-confidence while improving oral health! If your teen has a less-than-straight smile, you can schedule a one-on-one consultation with Dr. Nick or Dr. Elliot at Long Island Implant and Cosmetic Dentistry.

Looking for a Huntington, Long Island Invisalign dentist you can trust? We give each patient personalized attention so they can make informed decisions for their well-being.

During your teen’s Invisalign consult, we’ll map out the treatment plan step-by-step, letting him or her see what the finished result will look like! Call us today in Huntington, Long Island at 631.840.9724 to schedule an appointment, and don’t forget to ask us about flexible payment options!

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How to Know When to Change Invisalign Trays

6 Sep 2019 by  admin in Invisalign

invisalign teen clear alignersOrthodontic treatment is often necessary to straighten the teeth, as few people are born with a perfect smile. Unfortunately, metal braces are unsightly and inconvenient. Plus, they can cause discomfort if the wires break free and poke at the soft tissues of the mouth. That’s why so many people have decided to use Invisalign instead.

Invisalign is a system of clear plastic aligners that gently and effectively straighten the teeth without the need for metal brackets or wires. Since the aligners are removable, you’ll also be able to eat whatever you want. Note that, while metal braces are adjustable, Invisalign aligners are not. This means that at periodic intervals, you will need to swap out the old aligners for the next set in the series. This will keep your teeth moving in the right direction.

When patients are typically told to change their trays

Before you begin treatment with the Invisalign system, your cosmetic dentist will map out your treatment. Each set of aligners must be worn in the correct sequence in order to move your teeth to the appropriate positions. You’ll need to wear the aligners for 20 to 22 hours per day to keep your teeth on track. Every one to two weeks, you will switch to the next set of aligners in the series. Your dentist will let you know exactly when to make the switch.

Remember that it’s absolutely vital to wear your aligners for at least 20 to 22 hours per day. If you don’t, your dentist will be able to tell that you haven’t been wearing them enough because your teeth won’t be on track. This may mean that you’ll have to wear your current set of aligners a little longer. If you skip wearing the aligners entirely for a little while, you might even have to go back to the previous set of aligners—so don’t throw out the old aligners, and definitely wear them for the recommended amount of time!

What happens if you break an aligner?

Your Invisalign aligners are fairly durable, but they can sometimes develop cracks if they are exposed to hot temperatures or if you’re aggressive about removing and inserting them. If your aligners develop a crack, your dentist may tell you to continue wearing the current set, but to be extra careful when taking them out and putting them back in. If you’re more than two-thirds through the current treatment cycle, your dentist may tell you to simply move on to the next set of aligners.

How to become the next Invisalign success story on Long Island!

If you’re fed up with crooked teeth that are difficult to floss and make you hide your smile, it’s time to find out if Invisalign is right for you. Visit Long Island Implant and Cosmetic Dentistry in South Huntington, Long Island for your personal, one-on-one consultation with Dr. Nick or Dr. Elliot. During your consult, we’ll plan your treatment using state-of-the-art software that can show you what your smile will look like after using Invisalign! Give us a call today at 631-840-9724, and don’t forget to ask us about our other cosmetic dentistry treatment options, like teeth whitening.

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How Quickly Do Teeth Move with Invisalign?

27 Aug 2019 by  admin in Invisalign

woman clear aligners invisalignInvisalign is an effective way to straighten teeth and correct many orthodontic issues without the hassle and inconvenience of metal braces. The system uses removable clear aligners to move teeth gently back into a correct position.

While many people have heard about the advantages of Invisalign (hello popcorn! goodbye headgear!), there is often confusion about treatment times. So, how quickly do teeth move with Invisalign?

How long until you see results?

The speed of treatment will vary since teeth shift at different rates for different people. Some people notice subtle changes after a few weeks, while others won’t see a difference for several months. Your results will also depend on the Invisalign treatment plan your dentist has prescribed, in addition to the complexity and severity of your orthodontic issues.

Even if you need only small corrections, Invisalign treatment can take considerably longer if you do not wear your aligners for the recommended 22 hours per day. The plastic trays are removable, which can make compliance a little tricky at times, but adhering to this one rule is crucial to see the fastest results.

Someone who wants to fix a small gap between the front teeth may see appreciable changes with Invisalign in as little as 10 weeks. Crowded teeth and very crooked teeth can take longer to correct. A lot will hinge on your dentist’s personalized treatment plan, and whether you are asked to wear SmartForce attachments to help the aligners apply the correct amount of force in the right direction.

Depending on your aesthetic goals and dental concerns, the Invisalign teeth-straightening process can last anywhere from 12 to 18 months, but there are some people who need less or more time to achieve desired results.

What expedites treatment times?

Having a simple orthodontic problem means a much shorter treatment time. If you only need to move a couple of teeth into proper alignment, you will see results faster than someone who needs to correct an underbite.

Besides this, the easiest thing you can do to get the smile you want is to comply with your dentist’s Invisalign instructions. Remember that each custom-made tray is designed to move your teeth into the correct position with each passing hour. Your jaw may feel slightly sore at first, but this quickly passes and you will be rewarded with a beautiful smile and straighter teeth!

Is Invisalign right for you?

Invisalign can address a number of bite issues, using revolutionary technology to help teenagers and adults of all ages get a winning smile. Dr. Nick and Dr. Elliot have helped patients with a number of orthodontic issues including:

  • Gap teeth
  • Overbite
  • Underbite
  • Crowded teeth
  • Misaligned teeth
  • Open bite
  • Crossbite

Get straighter teeth in Huntington, LI

For more information about Invisalign, or to schedule an appointment with Long Island Implant & Cosmetic Dentistry, please call or use our online contact form.

Huntington, LI dentists Dr. Nick and Dr. Elliot are leading Invisalign Providers. Call today and take advantage of our affordable Invisalign pricing and flexible payment options!

Additional Resources:

  1. Invisalign, Frequently Asked Questions https://www.invisalign.ca/frequently-asked-questions
  2. Real Self, How Fast Does Invisalign Work? https://www.realself.com/question/fast-invisalign-work-significant-difference-start-show

Can I Get Invisalign if I Have Crowns?

14 Jan 2019 by  admin in Invisalign

woman clear aligners invisalignInvisalign is one of the most popular options available for straightening crooked teeth. It’s effective in a wide variety of situations, from gaps to underbites to overbites, and many more. If you’ve been considering Invisalign treatment, you might be hooked on the idea that you could straighten your smile without having a mouth full of metal brackets and wires. Or perhaps you like the thought of being able to eat anything you want during orthodontic treatment. There are lots of perks to Invisalign treatment, but only a dentist can determine if it’s right for you. There may be some issues to consider, such as the existence of prior restorations, like dental crowns.

Can you do Invisalign if you have crowns?

According to the Invisalign company, “Crowns (tooth caps) are usually not a factor in Invisalign treatment.” The crown caps the remainder of the natural tooth, and so it can be gently guided to a new position, just like an unrestored, natural tooth. However, certain precautions may be in order. Your dentist will carefully evaluate the crown, and might decide to tweak your treatment plan so that the tooth with the crown is manipulated a little more slowly than the rest of your smile.

In some cases, the location of the tooth with the crown can also be a factor in planning the Invisalign treatment. Some patients need attachments, which are very small, tooth-colored attachments that are bonded directly to a tooth. They remain there for the duration of the Invisalign treatment. Their purpose is to provide more focused guidance, enabling the Invisalign aligners to more effectively manipulate the movement of the teeth.

It may be more difficult to bond an attachment to a crown compared to a natural tooth. Your cosmetic dentist will consider this possibility, and will try to adjust your treatment accordingly.

Should you get crowns before or after having Invisalign?

Only your dentist can answer this question, as the answer is highly dependent on factors that are unique to your situation. If you’re thinking about getting a crown because the tooth is discolored, asymmetrical, or mildly chipped, then it’s probably best to wait to get this restoration until after your Invisalign treatment is complete. In other words, cosmetic restorations can wait a little while.

But if you need a crown because of extensive tooth decay or infection that requires a root canal, then you should get the crown first. Your medical needs should take priority over cosmetic needs.

Get your personalized cosmetic dentistry solution in Long Island

There is no one-size-fits all solution when it comes to cosmetic dentistry makeovers. You need a complete evaluation and personalized recommendations to achieve your goals for your smile. Schedule your one-on-one consult with Dr. Nick or Dr. Elliot at Long Island Implant and Cosmetic Dentistry, and we’ll develop a treatment plan that’s right for you. You deserve a healthy, beautiful smile you can be proud of. Call our Rocky Point location at 631.296.0602 or our South Huntington location at 631.228.8308 today to request your smile evaluation.

Additional resources on Invisalign:

  1. Invisalign, Frequently Asked Questions, https://www.invisalign.eu/en/FAQs/Pages/FAQ.aspx
  2. American Dental Association, Crowns, https://www.ada.org/~/media/ADA/Publications/Files/ADA_PatientSmart_Crowns.pdf?la=en
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