Invisible Smile Transformation
An alternative to traditional braces, Invisalign uses custom plastic aligners that are removable, comfortable, and invisible. The average treatment lasts 12 -1 8 months, meaning a transformed smile might be closer than you think.
Wisconsin’s #1 Invisalign Provider
We have safely and affordably treated over 5,000 Invisalign patients in Southeastern Wisconsin. With over 30 years of combined experience, we are in the top 1% of Invisalign providers nationwide.
Bubon Orthodontics provides an Invisalign experience that is entirely unique. Our office is equipped with iTero Scanners – the best in orthodontic technology. The scanning wand creates a virtual map of your mouth in a comfortable, safe and accurate fashion.
Invisalign is the Industry’s leading clear aligner brand, using patented SmartTrack technology to safely and comfortably align your teeth. Over 9 million people have used Invisalign!
What is Invisalign?
Invisalign is clear, removable aligners that orthodontists use as an alternative to traditional metal braces. Orthodontists who have met the proficiency requirements established by Align Corporation are allowed to use Invisalign technology to straighten teeth.
Initially, Invisalign was not intended for complicated cases, but with improvements in computer technology, they are able to do so much more! Invisalign is constantly making improvements to help straighten teeth faster and at a less cost. See our affordable Invisalign prices.
How is Invisalign Worn?
You wear each set of aligners for 1 week, removing them only to eat, drink, brush, and floss. You’ll visit one of our offices every 3 months to evaluate how your treatment is progressing.
What Are Advantages of Using Invisalign?
- Aligners are clear
- Aligners can be removed easily
- Aligners can be taken out to eat
- Aligners are smooth and comfortable to wear
How Are Invisalign Aligners Made?
One of our orthodontists begins by taking dental scans, X-rays and photographs of the patient’s teeth and sends them to Align Technology. These scans create a 3D model that allows the technicians to create your custom treatment plan.