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Invisalign – Cumberland, RI

Straighter Teeth Without the Metal

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Have you avoided straightening your crooked, crowded, or gapped teeth for years because you didn’t want to get metal braces? If so, then Invisalign is the treatment you have been waiting for! With a series of clear, see-through aligners, we can gently guide your teeth into their properly aligned positions, improving the look, health, and function of your smile in the process. To get started on the clear path to a straighter smile, contact us today.

Why Choose Diamond Hill Dental for Invisalign?

  • Preferred Invisalign Provider
  • Top-Rated Dental Team in Cumberland
  • Flexible Financing Available

How Invisalign Works

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Sleek and discreet, Invisalign uses a series of clear plastic aligners to gently shift the teeth over time. Basically, you’ll wear each tray for 7-14 days, and for 20-22 hours a day. No one will notice your aligners unless you tell them, and whenever it’s time to eat or brush, you can simply take the trays out. It’s the perfect solution for today’s image-conscious adults.

Indications for Invisalign

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Fortunately, Invisalign is both discreet and versatile. In other words, the clear aligners can reliably fix multiple orthodontic concerns, including:

Crowded Teeth

If your teeth overlap, then bacteria, plaque, and food particles can get trapped in the crevices, negatively impacting your oral health in the process. With Invisalign’s clear aligners, our Cumberland dentists can gently guide your teeth into proper alignment.

Gaps Between Teeth

Spaced-out teeth are another common orthodontic problem. Once again, Invisalign is up for the task! With a custom series of clear aligners, we can gradually close the gaps in as little as six months. So, you may not have to wait long to achieve your smile goals with Invisalign!

Bite Alignment

Overbites and crossbites are just two of many bite problems. With Invisalign’s clear aligners as well as other orthodontic accessories (like rubber bands and buttons), we can create a custom treatment plan designed to improve the position of your teeth as well as the alignment of your bite.

The Benefits of Invisalign

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Invisalign is a cosmetic dental service that comes with numerous benefits, including the following:

  • Discreet aligners
  • No dietary restrictions
  • Easy oral hygiene regimens
  • Shorter average treatment timelines
  • Comfortable aligners
  • Fewer check-in appointments

How Much Does Invisalign Cost?

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If you’re interested in getting a price estimate, then we recommend scheduling an appointment with our Cumberland dental team. That way, we can learn more about your unique dental needs, including the severity of your misalignment. From there, we can create your treatment plan and review the associated costs. Don’t worry – we will also dedicate a portion of your appointment to discussing the financial solutions available, like flexible financing, to ensure that the cost of Invisalign is more affordable.

Invisalign FAQs

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Invisalign in Cumberland is the preferred orthodontic treatment among teens and adults. However, it’s a big investment. It’s normal to have a few concerns about the road ahead. Your dentist at Diamond Hill Dental will explain everything during your consultation. You can also contact our office to speak with a member of our dental team or take a look below at the answers to the most frequently asked questions about Invisalign.

Does Wearing Invisalign Hurt?

No orthodontic treatment is completely pain-free; however, that’s a sign your aligners are working. They will apply gentle pressure to your teeth to move them in small increments, which can make your mouth tender after first getting Invisalign. It can also occur when switching to the next set of aligners in your series, but discomfort will be less frequent as you progress through your treatment. You can manage any tenderness with an OTC pain reliever and eating soft foods. You won’t have to worry about any irritation to the insides of your cheeks or lips because there aren’t any brackets or wires. Your aligners will be smooth, and each one will fit like a glove, so there’s no slipping or irritation.

Is Invisalign Cheaper Than Metal Braces?

Every situation differs, but Invisalign can cost about the same as metal braces. Many factors will affect the cost of your treatment, like the complexity of the tooth movements needed. Your cosmetic dentist in Cumberland will examine your mouth and create a personalized treatment plan. A member of our office will review your estimate and discuss your payment options.

What Foods Can I Eat with Invisalign?

You don’t have to worry about skipping your favorite foods because Invisalign is removable. There aren’t any dietary restrictions, but you must take your aligners out when having anything except water. Keep them in their storage case to avoid misplacing them. Brush your teeth and rinse your aligners before putting them back in your mouth.

How Long Do I Need to Wear My Aligners Every Day?

You must commit to wearing your aligners for at least 22 hours per day or you can add delays to your treatment timeline. As a rule of thumb, you should only remove your aligners when eating, drinking, and brushing and flossing your teeth.

Can I Use My Dental Insurance for Invisalign?

Dental plans that include orthodontics may cover some of the expenses for Invisalign. Your consultation, diagnostic services, and preliminary procedures may be included in your dental benefits. After meeting your annual deductible, your insurance may pay a flat amount for your treatment, which generally ranges from $500 to $2,000. We will work on your behalf with your dental insurance to keep your treatment affordable. We accept various payment methods for any out-of-pocket expenses, like CareCredit.