A Family Photo To Be Proud of With Invisalign
Just a little to the left. You, in back: Get closer. Don’t be shy. There, that’s better. Everybody ready?
Now… Say “I’m too embarrassed to smile!”
Sometimes, posing for those family holiday photos can be a taxing experience, and not because your uncle insists on wearing the ugliest ties known to human civilization.
No, your discomfort has to do with your smile, the one you hide from photographers, friends, family, and the world at large.
You dread waiting for the photo to be developed and passed around to your loved ones, letting everyone see your imperfect smile in all its lack of glory.
If only your teeth weren’t so crooked, so unevenly spaced, so shameful – you might feel differently about the whole thing.
What if you could have that photo-friendly smile in time for the next family photo shoot? And what if you could save yourself further embarrassment by showing off your smile, rather than hiding it?
With Invisalign, your smile will develop into the stunning, perfect grin you’ve always wanted – but you have to start now.
A Low-Key Alternative To Metal Braces
So what is Invisalign, anyway?
It’s a clear plastic sheath that’s quite like a mouthguard, except instead of protecting your teeth from a boxing match, it corrects the direction and positioning of your teeth just like normal steel braces would.
Unlike steel braces, however, Invisalign won’t fill your mouth with wires, screws, and the like. it’s just a small piece of plastic. This gives it a small “footprint” in your mouth, leaving no one the wiser that you’re even wearing them.
We’ll design a customized mouthguard right in our Millburn, NJ offices, allowing you to participate in the creation process with advanced computer simulation technology. Watch in awe as we simulate the steps needed to get your teeth in their proper place on a computer monitor.
This gives you, the patient, more control than ever over the future of your smile than ever before.
In about a year’s time (or longer if your needs are very extensive), you’ll have a smile that will wow your friends, and family – even the family photographer!
Straighter Smiles Make Healthier Smiles
Properly spaced teeth are more than just nice to look at. They can promote better overall oral health by making regular cleaning and maintenance a breeze.
You know that trying to floss your crooked, misaligned teeth can be quite the chore. Just trying to get your teeth to cooperate with dental floss is a headache in itself.
With newly straightened teeth, you’ll drastically reduce the amount of time you need to keep your mouth in tip-top shape, while improving the effectiveness of any cleaning that you do.
Invisalign will also eliminate the time that’s needed to properly clean traditional metal braces, which is a process that has more in common with changing the oil in your car than simply brushing and flossing twice a day. You don’t have time for all of that.
It’s an ease of use that makes Invisalign a superior choice for people who are too busy to deal with the intense maintenance requirements of old-school braces.
Age Is Irrelevant With Invisalign
A crooked, warped smile can affect anyone regardless of their age.
That’s why Invisalign is the ideal solution for kids and adults who want to correct their troublesome smile without the social stigma that comes with wearing normal braces. You don’t have to be in high school anymore to know that adults can be just as mean as children.
Just the same, everyone no matter their age deserves a smile that they can be proud of. This means you, your child, or maybe both of you can benefit from Invisalign treatment.
Be Ready For The Next Family Photo By Starting Today
If you let us begin your Invisalign treatment this month, by the time the holidays roll around next December, you or your children will already be sporting a straighter, more perfect smile.
It’s the gift of self-confidence that money can rarely buy.
Make family photos something to be proud of with an Invisalign-perfect smile.
It won’t do anything about your uncle’s ties – but then, some things just can’t be helped.