Adult orthodontics treatment in Roanoke is easily accessible and convenient for you. If you are an adult that is seeking Roanoke adult orthodontics, our team at Reopelle Orthodontics can assist you with your needs and questions. We want to start off by saying that Invisalign can be an option for you to achieve your dream smile without affecting your daily lifestyle. It is entirely understandable to want to have straight teeth, it not only builds your confidence, but it provides comfort when you smile or laugh. This is why adults favor Invisalign.

Invisalign is discrete; the clear plastic aligners allow for a nearly invisible look and a comfortable fit. When you come in for your first appointment, we will examine your teeth and do x-rays to see exactly how teeth sit in your mouth. From there, we will go over the adjustments your teeth need, and if Invisalign is right for you. There are some severe cases where Invisalign may not be the best adult orthodontics treatment in Roanoke. During this consultation, we will discuss which form of braces is the best fitting for your orthodontic needs.

If our orthodontist thinks that Invisalign is a perfect treatment for you, then that is great! From there, we will discuss payment options, then once that is settled, we can continue to the next step. We will get a 3D model of your teeth so we can create your series of aligners. Aligners are made differently so that you can change them out every few weeks. Our orthodontist will determine the exact time frame your aligners will have to be worn. If you change out your aligners too quickly, you can damage your teeth and cause dental complications. You will achieve your smile over time, and there is no need to rush it.

Roanoke adult orthodontics is a process that will take some time before your teeth move into their new permanent place. Once your teeth are straightened, and you have completed your Invisalign treatment, you will have to continue to wear retainers for at least twenty-two hours a day. After around six months, you can just wear the retainers at night. Remember to be consistent with your retainers, if not worn properly, your teeth can shift out of place, and you may need to fix your teeth again. If you have any questions, please reach out to our office. We are happy to help in any way that we can.