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Invisalign® Clear Teeth Straightening

Beautiful, straight teeth without metal braces

Invisalign has been available for more than 15 years and has proven to be an effective teeth straightening method. It is a great alternative to traditional metal braces and can also be used for aligning your bite.

Instead of metal brackets attached to the teeth, Invisalign uses tray-like plastic “aligners” that are comfortable and virtually invisible. Straightening is achieved through a series of aligners that are designed to move your teeth to their final, straight position.

Dr. Pham is an Invisalign preferred provider. She, Dr. Ly and Dr. Amero are all experienced in teeth straightening using the Invisalign system. They treat both teens and adults using Invisalign. The first step is an evaluation of your or your teen’s teeth and bite (how the teeth come together) to ensure that Invisalign is a good option.

Advantages of Invisalign

There are many advantages of Invisalign over traditional braces, here are some of them:

How Invisalign works

Invisalign treatment takes approximately one year for adults and the same length of time as regular braces for teens. The nice thing is that you can see the changes as you go along which is very encouraging.

Planning your treatment

We take digital X-rays, photos and impressions of your teeth, which Invisalign uses to create digital 3D images of your teeth. We use these to map out a precise treatment plan, including the exact movements of your teeth. Your doctor can show you a virtual representation of how your teeth will move with each stage of treatment, and let you know the approximate length of treatment.

Custom Aligners Based on your Treatment Plan

Following the doctor’s treatment plan, Invisalign creates a series of custom, clear aligners which gradually move your teeth into position.

It’s recommended to wear the aligners for 20-22 hours a day. You can take the aligners out to eat and to brush and floss your teeth.

Gradual straightening

Approximately every two weeks you will change your aligners. Each set of aligners gently shifts your teeth into a new position, and then the next one takes it a little further. You will meet with the doctor every six weeks or so to monitor your progress.

Conditions Invisalign can fix

Invisalign treatment can fix a wide variety of problems with teeth and bite alignment, from mild cases of crooked teeth to much more difficult problems involving serious bite issues.

Overly crowded

Crowded teeth can be difficult to clean properly. Lack of proper oral care can promote tooth decay and cause a higher risk of gum disease.


An overbite can cause excessive wear on the lower teeth, gum irritation and can also cause jaw problems.


This occurs when the bottom teeth protrude beyond the upper teeth and can interfere with the normal function of front teeth and molars, and can lead to jaw problems.

Gaps in Teeth

Gaps can cause teeth to shift into the empty spaces and become loose. Food and bacteria are easily trapped in gaps and increase the risk for tooth decay and gum disease.

Open Bite

An open bite can interfere with chewing and can cause speech impairment and jaw problems.


This is a symptom of jaw misalignment, which can cause teeth to wear, as well as causing gum disease.

Invisalign Teen

we understand how important it is for teens to feel confident about their smile. We offer Invisalign Teen clear teeth straightening as a less noticeable alternative to traditional metal braces.

Invisalign Teen is specially designed for teens. There are additional replacement aligners included in case your teen loses his or her aligner, and the aligners have a special system for checking to see if your teen has been wearing them as required. Teens love them as they are far less noticeable than regular braces and they can be taken out for special events or photos.

To make an appointment, call 714-841-0203 or click here to request an appointment online.

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