Reaching a healthier smile has never been simpler with Invisalign treatment, an orthodontic solution that corrects both minor and major misalignments without metal braces.

Beginning with an initial consultation, our process continues with a 3D scan and impression of your teeth to generate a custom treatment plan.

A series of snug aligners applies pressure to misaligned teeth, gradually shifting them into proper alignment. As part of this system, you should switch out each tray every one to two weeks.

No Food Restrictions

Unlike traditional braces, Invisalign does not require food restrictions. Simply remove your aligners and enjoy all your favorite meals (as long as they’re not sticky or hard). This makes sharing meals with family and friends less of a source of contention due to any restrictions in diet or food preferences.

Crookedness in your teeth can cause jaw pain, making it more difficult to practice good oral hygiene, leading to cavities and gum disease. Straightening them using Invisalign treatments can prevent these issues from occurring and improve quality of life.

You’ll receive aligner trays tailored specifically to your mouth as part of your treatment. Brushing with lukewarm water before and after wearing or taking out the aligners should help avoid buildups of bacteria. In some cases, SmartForce attachments and rubber bands may also be given to move your teeth more precisely —this may help correct an open bite, in which both sets of top and bottom teeth do not meet when your mouth closes.

Fewer Office Visits

Invisalign requires fewer office visits than traditional metal braces and appointments are typically scheduled every six to eight weeks, giving patients more time to spend at home, work, or socializing without having to make time for dental visits.


As part of your initial Invisalign consultation, your provider will utilize advanced 3D imaging technology to take digital impressions of your teeth and map out how best to reach your smile goals. Next, clear, BPA-free aligners will be specially designed to fit in your mouth while applying gentle yet consistent pressure that gradually shifts them into place.

Due to its removable design, Invisalign makes maintaining proper oral hygiene easy. It makes it simple and straightforward for people with traditional metal braces to maintain proper oral health during treatment. Plaque builds up more rapidly when food gets stuck between the wires and brackets of their orthodontic appliance. With Invisalign aligners, you simply remove them prior to brushing or flossing for efficient oral health maintenance.

Faster Results

Many people become impatient with traditional braces because they take so long to straighten their teeth, but Invisalign’s SmartTrack technology offers results up to 50% faster. The system uses complex 3D images of your teeth to custom-design clear aligners that apply a constant force against them, speeding up the process of shifting them into place.


Assuming you wear Invisalign regularly and visit Maple Dental Health regularly, your teeth should shift quickly over time. Though each tray change may cause some initial discomfort as the new position of your teeth forces itself into your mouth, it should subside within several weeks.

It’s essential that your clear Invisalign trays are thoroughly cleaned every morning and night before every use to eliminate bacteria that causes foul smells, prevent discoloration, and delay discoloration. Furthermore, toothpaste designed specifically for sensitive teeth should also be considered.


Most individuals who have undergone Invisalign treatment report it is more comfortable than traditional braces. There are no wires and brackets rubbing against their mouth, making it easier for them to brush and floss regularly.

Invisalign offers the added advantage of being discreet; no one needs to know you are using them! Perfect for both teens and adults who are self-conscious about their smiles.

As your teeth adjust to the pressure from Invisalign aligners, they may initially feel sore and sensitive; this should subside within several days.

If you experience persistent discomfort or sensitivity, consult with your dentist immediately to rule out any underlying problems. OTC pain relievers may be helpful if needed, while for Invisalign users experiencing intense tooth sensitivity due to attachments on an aligner attachment, place a small ball of orthodontic wax over that area to protect it.