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Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33418
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Invisalign: Discrete teeth straightening with Invisible Braces


Do you have crooked or slighted crooked teeth? Do you hate the thought of wearing metal braces that look unsightly and also make maintaining oral hygiene much more difficult?  Well you are not alone.  Many people share your frustration.  Well, don’t be discouraged because there is a solution to straighter teeth without the embarrassment of metal braces.  The solution is Invisalign. Invisalign is one of the most well established invisible braces systems for the straightening of teeth in a discrete manner. They are referred to as “Invisible braces” because instead of traditional wire braces, a series of invisible clear aligners are worn that moves your teeth to the position you want.  The result, straight even teeth in about the same amount of time as traditional metal braces.

Advantages of invisible braces:

The treatment is very discrete

The clear aligners are fabricated specifically for each individual patient.  The results are excellent and the aligners are completely transparent and difficult to detect.  This means you will wear Invisalign with complete confidence.

The treatment is comfortable

Patients that have experienced the discomfort and irritation of wearing metal braces will find Invisalign braces more comfortable.  The clear aligners are made of a durable smooth material, which allows your lips and tongue to glide smoothly over the aligners.  No catching food in your teeth or pinching of the lip over metal braces or wires.

You can eat normally and clean your teeth easily

With traditional metal and wire braces food can get trapped or stuck behind the wires and bands and can be difficult to clean. This build up can then affect your oral health sometimes leading to problems such as gum disease and bad breath. With Invisalign braces you can remove the aligners to eat the foods you want and you can brush and floss your teeth as you normally would, enabling you to maintain healthy oral hygiene.

You can whiten your teeth while straightening them

With Invislalign you can also whiten your teeth while straightening them.  The clear aligners can be used with whitening gel that you can get from your dentist.  Just add a little whitening gel once a day while wearing your Invisalign aligners and watch your teeth whiten while they are straightening.

With Invisalign, you are in control

With Invislalign you are in control.  You can take your aligners out to eat, brush and floss.  You change to a new set of aligners every two weeks and watch your teeth gradually move position over time.  Slowly, invisibly over time, your teeth are straightened without discomfort, embarrassment or anyone realizing you are wearing braces.  Your dentist checks your progress at regular intervals until you achieve the beautiful smile with straight teeth you always wanted.



Achieve your dream of straighter whiter teeth with Invisalign

The dental team at Drs. Lerner and Lemongello’s office is available to ensure your comfort and safety and are available to answer any of your concerns.  So whether it is for Invisalign, a dental check up, a simple tooth restoration, a smile makeover, dental implants, or complete mouth restorations our team is ready to help you achieve the smile you deserve and the dental heath you want.

Get the beautiful smile you have always dreamed of, make an appointment today! Contact Drs. Lerner and Lemongello for an appointment and information on all dental procedures at 561-627-9000.  Visit our website at and view our “Smile Gallery” for examples of some of South Florida’s most beautiful smiles.

Drs. Lerner and Lemongello also proudly serve Stuart, Jupiter, West Palm Beach, Palm Beach, Wellington, Boca Raton, Boynton Beach, Delray Beach


Straight teeth are healthier teeth

Straight teeth are healthier teeth.  It is common during a hygiene examination to overhear conversation about healthy teeth.  It is surprising for most to find out that straight teeth are healthier than crooked teeth.  How is that so?  Well if we look closely at straight teeth we find all the teeth lined up evenly without any overlap between the teeth.  This allows all surfaces of the teeth to be cleaned.  When teeth are crooked, the teeth overlap each other making it hard to clean in between.  Also, straight teeth wear evenly across the edges.  Crooked teeth, all at different levels and position wear unevenly.  Crooked teeth that overlap and are at different positions are more prone to decay, gum disease and wear.  Straightening crooked teeth can be easily achieved with InvisalignOur goal is to provide our patients with choices to maintain optimal dental health.  Having straight teeth is one way to achieve optimal health.

Correction of Orthodontic relapse with Invisalign

Correction of Orthodontic relapse with Invisalign.  We saw a patient today from the Bahamas who received Orthodontic treatment when younger but failed to use retainers to maintain her teeth.  This resulted in their teeth moving back and becoming crooked again.  Now there is a simple solution to this problem without the need to return to traditional braces with metal brackets and wires.  Now straighter teeth can be achieved with Invisalgn.  Invisalign is a series of clear aligners worn regularly.  Slowly but surely crooked teeth are straightened.

Invisalign Smiles

Invisalign is a great way to achieve a beautiful new smile with straight teeth.  Presently we have a number of patients in various stages of treatment.  We started with simple impressions creating nearly invisible clear aligners which the patient wears.  Every two weeks the aligners are changed and slowly but surely the teeth are straightened.  No more ugly braces here. Today one of our patients has reached the half way point in treatment.  It is amazing to see how easily with Invisalign the teeth become straight.  It’s exciting for the patient to see the changes that occur in such a short time.

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