Straigten Your Smile with Invisalign®

What is Invisalign?invisalign-logo-png

Does your smile need some improving? Have you been dreading the idea of traditional braces? Invisalign is the braces-free way to the beautiful, straight smile you’ve always wanted. With Dr. McDonough’s immense experience he is the Invisalign Salt Lake City Orthodontist of choice. Invisalign may be right for you: schedule a complimentary consultation with Dr. McDonough today to discuss your options.

How Does it Work?

Invisalign gradually straightens teeth using a series of invisible, removable, and comfortable aligners no one can see. That means you can show off your smile during treatment – not just after! Certifiably effective, Invisalign is designed using 3-D imaging technology.

Invisalign vs Braces

Utah InvisialignUnlike braces, Invisalign is both invisible and removable, allowing you to eat and drink whatever you want while still in treatment! You also won’t have to deal with awkward, special equipment when brushing and flossing. Invisalign is also Utah’s most comfortable straightening option, without abrasive metal to hurt your mouth during treatment.

Without metal or wires, you’ll spend less time in the doctor’s office getting adjustments. Invisalign also allows you to visualize the end result by viewing your own virtual treatment plan before you even start.

Call our Murray office at (801) 266-2662 to set up a complimentary consultation and learn more about Invisalign today.

For more information on Invisalign®, you can visit the Invisalign web site.

How Long Does it Take?

Removing them only to eat, drink, brush, and floss, you wear each set of aligners for about two weeks at a time.
Your teeth will move a little at a time as you replace each aligner with the next in the series until they have
straightened to the final prescribed position. About once every 6 weeks, you’ll visit Dr. McDonough to ensure that your treatment is progressing according to plan. Treatment takes 9-15 months. Most patients will wear between 18 and 30 aligners during treatment, but each case varies.