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With the new expansion, Snow Family Dentistry now provides clear aligners to patients of all ages, whether they are needed for aesthetic or medical reasons. Invisalign braces are designed to offer a more comfortable and expedient way to achieve a straighter smile, says the practice.

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The latest move comes following new industry research, which shows that over 4 million patients in the US need braces. To meet the growing demand for a more functional and attractive solution, the practice now offers Mesa patients tailored Invisalign treatments.

Unlike traditional braces, the clear aligners are virtually invisible, making them an appealing choice for those who are self-conscious about wearing metal frames. They are also fully removable, allowing for easier maintenance of oral hygiene.

Traditional metal braces are associated with discomfort and inconvenience, explains Snow Family Dentistry. Metal brackets and wires can be irritating to the gums and mouth, and they can make it difficult to eat certain foods. Traditional braces can also be challenging to clean, leading to an increased risk of dental problems.

Invisalign offers a comfortable and convenient alternative, thanks to the custom-fit aligners. These are created based on an initial consultation with an orthodontist, who takes impressions of the patient’s teeth. Using this information, the orthodontist designs a unique plan outlining the precise movements that the teeth will make during treatment.

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Each set of clear aligners is worn for a period of two weeks, gradually shifting the teeth into the desired position. Patients switch to the next set of aligners until the treatment is complete. The process is more comfortable than traditional braces, with no metal wires or brackets to irritate the mouth.

A spokesperson for the practice states: “When you have crooked teeth, it may cause you to feel self-conscious about your smile. Not only that but crooked teeth, when left unaddressed, may ultimately lead to more significant dental problems, including tooth crowding. Thankfully, there are solutions that can address crooked teeth without the need for obtrusive metal braces.”

The practice also offers a variety of other treatments, including veneers. Interested parties can learn more at

Snow Family Dentistry

4420 E Baseline Rd

United States

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