Resolve to Finally Straighten Your Teeth This Year with Invisalign

Crooked teeth can make you feel unattractive and self-conscious when you talk, smile, or eat. Even if you straighter teeth, the thought of wearing metal braces for a year or longer may be enough to stop you from getting treatment. With Invisalign® aligners, you can straighten your teeth discreetly. 

Invisalign manufactures clear aligners that correct many of the same orthodontic problems as traditional metal braces. An Invisalign treatment plan consists of wearing a series of aligners customized to gradually move your teeth into proper alignment with gentle pressure. 

Your aligners are based on a digital 3D scan of your mouth, so they’re customized to the structure of your teeth and gums. You wear each set of aligners on your top and bottom teeth for one to two weeks, depending on your individualized treatment plan. Each aligner is slightly different than the one before it, so they change the position of your teeth bit by bit. 

Orthodontists who provide Invisalign have the training and expertise necessary to use aligners to achieve dental correction. Invisalign specialist David Jin, DDS, of A Beautiful Smile Dentistry, provides this service at offices in Fort Lee, New Jersey, and Boston, Massachusetts. Dr. Jin uses Invisalign’s advanced technology to evaluate your orthodontic needs and create an effective treatment plan designed to help you get the results you want. 


Over seven million patients have had their smiles transformed by Invisalign. Find out if Invisalign could be right for you too.

Virtually invisible treatment 

You’re not alone if you’re an adult who requires orthodontic care. Adults account for one in four orthodontic patients, according to the American Association of Orthodontics (AAO). However, wearing metal braces as an adult can make you feel awkward in professional and social situations.

With Invisalign, you can feel confident knowing that most people won’t even notice you’re wearing aligners. These customized devices fit securely and snugly against your teeth, so you don’t have to worry about them slipping. As your teeth get gradually straighter, you can enjoy the benefits immediately because they’re not covered with metal brackets and wires.

Convenient to fit your lifestyle 

You must wear your aligners for between 20 and 22 hours each day to get the best results, though you can take them out whenever you want. When you do, you won’t have the type of dietary restrictions common with metal braces. Enjoy sticky foods or bite into an apple, just brush your teeth before putting your aligners back in your mouth. 

While you can remove your aligners, you must meet your daily goal to avoid extending your treatment time or compromising your results. However, it’s easy to reach your 20 to 22 hours because you can sleep in your aligners and keep them in for any activities, even sports. This allows plenty of time to remove your aligners for:

To make sure you’re on track, Dr. Jin schedules short check-ups every six to eight weeks so he can monitor your progress and give you a new set of aligners. In contrast to treatment with metal braces, there are fewer office visits and no need for additional trips to repair broken brackets or wires. 

Faster, proven results

Invisalign has helped patients achieve their desired results for over 20 years. The aligners have proven successful in correcting all types of misaligned or overcrowded teeth. Invisalign also corrects overbites, underbites, crossbites, or gapped teeth.

If you require major orthodontic correction, Invisalign may not be the right treatment for you, but you may be pleasantly surprised. The technology has improved so that more people can benefit from Invisalign, including people with complex alignment issues. Don’t hesitate to ask Dr. Jin about Invisalign.

Invisalign lets you enjoy your new smile as quickly as possible, often up to 50% faster than patients who use other orthodontic treatments. Though braces require regular adjustments to continue doing their job, you can continue progressing in your treatment simply by changing to a new set of aligners.  

Minimal pain and discomfort

Invisalign aligners are constructed of a thin thermoplastic material that helps them fit securely over your teeth. Because they’re made of plastic, the aligners can be cut to fit the contours of your gum line.

This ensures a comfortable and relatively invisible fit. Since you won’t have metal braces, there’s no possibility of feeling discomfort from a broken metal wire or bracket. When you get a new pair of aligners, you may feel slight pressure for the first few days, but it’s far more manageable than the soreness and pain that results from adjusting metal braces. 

No special oral hygiene required

Keeping your aligners clean is as easy as brushing your teeth. Daily maintenance only requires a warm water rinse and brushing them with your toothbrush. 

Removable aligners also make it easier to keep your teeth clean. You won’t have to worry about food getting stuck between your brackets or under your wire. By allowing you to maintain your daily brushing and flossing regime, Invisalign helps ensure that your new smile is healthy and free of tooth decay.

Find out if Invisalign can correct your crooked smile and give you the results you desire. Schedule an appointment online or call one of our convenient offices in Fort Lee or Boston. Remember to mention this article, and receive the new year special price of $5,800. Some restrictions apply. This promotion will expire on Feb 29, 2020.

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