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Clear Aligners

No matter what your day holds, your clear aligners won’t get in the way!

What’s on your schedule? Attending an important job interview? Walking at your graduation ceremony? Playing the first sports game of the season? Presenting to your colleagues? Invisalign (braces) and other clear aligners are designed to shift your teeth into alignment and reposition your bite, while remaining virtually undetectable.

Invisalign is commonly referred to as “Invisalign braces”, but Invisalign clear aligners are much different from traditional braces. Clear aligners are comfortable, removable, highly effective and practically invisible!

Why We Offer Clear Aligners

Do-it-yourself clear aligners have been known to result in irreversible damage to the gums and teeth.

We don’t want you to do harm to your smile. That’s why we offer our own form of aligners for patients who prefer fewer office visits, but still want quality results. We provide SO Clear Aligners, because you deserve affordable clear aligner treatment that’s doctor-designed, doctor-delivered and doctor-monitored.

 

Unlike most orthodontists, Dr. Spillers and Dr. Gordon provide affordable clear aligners for all ages.

We believe that your treatment choice should not be contingent on your condition, your age or your financial situation. We offer Invisalign First for kids, Invisalign for teens, Invisalign for adults and SO Clear Aligners to meet all of our patients’ needs.

 

 

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Process

Your Invisalign journey begins the moment you schedule your free orthodontic exam with us!

Step 1

Your First Visit & iTero Scan

At your first visit, our orthodontists will use the highly-advanced iTero digital scanner to make precise digital impressions of your teeth in as little as five minutes!

 

This scanning device enables us to take accurate impressions without the use of goop or messy materials. We’ll be able to show you your smile results before you even begin treatment. Using your scan, our orthodontists will complete a thorough assessment of your condition to create your custom treatment plan.

Step 2

Your Custom Treatment Plan

The Invisalign process depends on a treatment plan set up by your orthodontist.

 

Once the treatment plan has been completed, a series of clear, custom-designed aligners are printed to shift your teeth gradually into their final position.

Step 3

Our Doctors Will Monitor Your Progress

Depending on your custom treatment plan, you’ll begin wearing a new set of aligners each week and visit our office every 12 to 14 weeks so we can assess your progress.

You also have the flexibility to use our Virtual Care option, if you prefer to visit less frequently! Having this option allows our orthodontists to treat patients who move during treatment, may live farther away, or need a check while on an extended vacation.The purpose of your in-office or Virtual Care visit is for us to monitor your progress and make any tweaks to your treatment plan, if necessary.

 

How long does Invisalign take?

Because our treatment plans are personalized for each patient, there is no fixed treatment period for any orthodontic treatment with us.

Invisalign treatment can take anywhere from 6 months to 30 months, depending on the severity of your condition and your diligence in wearing your aligners. Clear aligners must be worn at least 20 to 22 hours each day for your treatment to be as effective as intended.

We are proud to offer affordable Invisalign costs and SO Clear Aligner costs! Everyone deserves a healthy smile, and everyone deserves to feel confident.

 

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Still have questions about clear aligners or the Invisalign process?

If you’re ready to visit us for your free exam in Macon or Warner Robins, we can’t wait to meet you! Let’s discuss your smile goals and create a custom treatment plan that helps you achieve the smile you deserve.

 

Please don’t hesitate to reach out to us with any questions! It’s our goal to ensure that you’re informed and aware of your many orthodontic treatment options.