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Braces vs. Invisalign

Braces vs. Invisalign

by Alex Hirsch (SU)
Having straight teeth means more than just having a beautiful smile. Crooked teeth can negatively affect oral functioning, such as overbite or underbite problems.

All About Invisalign

All About Invisalign

by Alex Hirsch (SU)
With all the recent advancements in dentistry, so many more people today are exploring their options when it comes to making their smiles whiter, brighter, and straighter

Invisalign: Your questions answered

Invisalign: Your questions answered

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Today, Invisalign is FDA-approved and a viable option for thousands of people who want a picture-perfect smile without the hassle of metal hardware.

Things you Probably Never Knew About Invisalign

Things you Probably Never Knew About Invisalign

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Are you tired of feeling self-conscious about smiling? Trust me when I say you’re not alone.

Seeing Your Dentist About Straightening Your Teeth with Invisalign

Seeing Your Dentist About Straightening Your Teeth with Invisalign

by Natalie (SU)
In 1997, Align Technology, today known as Invisalign, was born, thanks to the idea of Stanford University students Zia Chishti, Kelsey Wirth, Apostolos Lerios and Brian Freyburger. Chishti was at the orthodontist getting his braces removed, and afterwards was given a retainer to keep his teeth straight and from moving. When Zia received his retainer, he realized that a retainer similar to his might be just as effective straightening teeth as a set of traditional metal braces. The idea came after seeing how painful and unattractive metal braces actually were. He thought to himself about how he could possibly develop a better, quicker, and less painful way to get straighter teeth, and another form of dental alignment technology was born.