Invisalign- Invisible Braces for Adults and Teens

While many dentists treat patients with Invisalign, only orthodontists have the extensive specialty training to fully understand the process of moving teeth. Dr. MacGinnis and Dr. Baum are certified Invisalign treatment providers in Orange County. They have treated many cases with this leading edge appliance system.

A ‘Braceless’ Alternative

Many people long for straight teeth but refuse to have the metal brackets and wires traditionally required. If you fall into that category, Invisalign may be your solution. Invisalign aligners are removable, comfortable, invisible, custom-made clear plastic trays that most people won’t even know you’re wearing. As your teeth move and your smile improves, Dr. MacGinnis and Dr. Baum will provide additional trays that will gradually shift your teeth into place. You will change your aligners about every two weeks, wearing them for 20-22 hours per day.

What makes Invisalign different from braces?


Invisalign aligners are barely noticeable when you are wearing them. Most people will never even notice that you are wearing Invisalign. You can smile confidently in pictures knowing that your smile will shine brightly without the appearance of traditional braces.


Unlike traditional braces, you can remove the aligners to eat, drink, floss, and brush your teeth. If you have a special occasion, you can choose to not wear them. You don’t have to change your eating habits or lifestyle with Invisalign.


Dr. MacGinnis and Dr. Baum create the aligners utilizing an advanced 3-D computer imaging technology to recreate an exact impression of your mouth and teeth; they then customizes the aligners to fit your mouth, and over the duration of treatment can move your teeth into the proper position.


The aligners are made of a special plastic that has smooth, rounded edges that won’t irritate your mouth and gums.


Like braces, you will notice a significant improvement even before your treatment is complete.
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