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Doctor Simeone receives gold Invisalign provider status

Invisalign – Coatesville, PA

Get a Straight, Healthy Smile Fast with Invisalign!

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Invisalign gets you the Smile You Deserve 2x Faster than Traditional Teeth Straightening Techniques

Dr. Mark Simeone as well as Dr. Ronni Bruck, our in-house orthodontist, collectively bring 30 years of orthodontic experience to your community! Having both providers under one roof allows for collaboration and more availability to be seen during your Invisalign treatment. This comprehensive approach to Invisalign in Coatesville, PA from your team at Chester County Dental Arts will give you a predictable outcome you can be proud of for a lifetime. Call today and ask for your complimentary consultation with either provider, and we’ll also include a complimentary iTero Full Mouth Digital scan at no additional charge to you. We can't wait to meet you!

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Congratulations! You are now one step closer to the smile you can be proud of, the one you deserve! Chester County Dental Arts is a proud Invisalign Gold Plus provider, meaning, we have achieved a level of excellence that Invisalign has awarded us for!

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Invisalign® Scan Center - NOW OPEN

It is our commitment to you and the community to always be working to provide you 5 star care in every aspect of your treatment! We are excited to announce we now are offering Itero , fully digital impressions to our patients. What does that mean? You no longer have to endure those goopy, full mouth impressions we all hate. The Itero scanner is a quick, comfortable and predictable diagnostic tool that allows us to look at your bite in a 3 Dimensional way! The complete scan takes about 5 minutes and is a patient friendly education tool. We look forward to sharing this new technology with you! Call today to schedule your complimentary scan!"

How Does Invisalign Work?

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Traditional braces use brackets attached to the fronts of teeth and wires attached to the brackets to place pressure on the teeth, shifting them into their ideal alignment. Instead of brackets and wires, the Invisalign process uses a series of clear alignment trays to shift teeth over the course of about a year.

Each set of aligners in the series represents the positioning of the teeth one step closer to the desired result. Patients will wear these aligners for about two weeks at a time before exchanging them for the next set in the series. The process continues for about twelve months until patients have the flawless, perfectly aligned smiles of their dreams.

Indications for Invisalign

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Invisalign is highly versatile and capable of treating all types of dental problems, such as:

Crowded Teeth

Invisalign can create space where it currently does not exist. When teeth sit too closely together, you’ll find it is much harder to brush and floss effectively, which opens a door to tooth decay and gum disease. However, with clear aligners, your teeth will begin to shift and allow for appropriate space to be created for better oral health.

Gaps Between Teeth

Another significant problem is having too much space between teeth. When gaps form, you’ll notice more food particles become trapped. If left untreated, your tooth enamel can wear down from harmful acids attacking the outermost layer. With Invisalign, your teeth will move closer together to not only create a more beautiful aesthetic but also a healthier smile.

Bite Alignment

Chronic jaw pain and worn tooth enamel and two potential problems when living with a misaligned bite. Whether it is an open bite, crossbite, underbite, or overbite, Invisalign can redirect the positioning of your teeth to move into better alignment, allowing your upper and lower arches to work together functionally.

The Benefits of Invisalign

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Invisalign offers an array of benefits that cannot be matched by other orthodontic solutions. When attempting to compare these clear aligners to traditional bracket and wire systems, you’ll find:

  • Invisalign delivers results in about one year
  • It is far more discreet than traditional metal braces that tend to shine a spotlight on your orthodontic work
  • Invisalign allows for mess-free digital impressions using the iTero intraoral scanner
  • Your dentist in Coatesville is a proud Invisalign Gold Plus provider, so you can trust the work you’ll receive will be top-of-the-line
  • Invisalign offers greater flexibility, allowing you to remove your trays to eat, drink, and clean your teeth
  • It will not irritate your soft oral tissues like regular metal brackets and wires

Our iTero® ElementTM Intraoral Scanner

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It is our commitment to you and the community to always be working to provide you with 5-star care in every aspect of your treatment! We are excited to announce we now are offering iTero, fully digital impressions to our patients. What does that mean? You no longer have to endure those goopy, full-mouth impressions we all hate.

The iTero scanner is a state-of-the-art digital impression system that is a quick, comfortable, and predictable diagnostic tool that allows us to look at your bite in a three-dimensional way! The complete scan takes about 5 minutes and is a patient-friendly education tool.

Not only is this process far more comfortable than the old, putty-based impressions, but it's faster and can offer a superior clinical endpoint. Some of the benefits of using the iTero scanner include:

  • No goop or gag to worry about
  • A fast, accurate impression
  • Ideal for Invisalign® clear aligners and retainers
  • See a simulation of your potential post-treatment smile

How Does the iTero® ElementTM Intraoral Scanner Work?

During the impression process, you can breathe or swallow as you normally would. You can even pause during the process if you need to sneeze or just want to ask a question. The scanner gives us a 3D model of your mouth that we use with all Invisalign services, including the Invisalign Outcome Simulator to show you what your new smile might look like.

Understanding the Cost of Invisalign

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No two patients can expect to pay the same price for Invisalign. There are many factors our team must consider before establishing a clear estimate. But as an Invisalign Gold Plus provider, you can rest assured that the care you receive will be well worth the investment. Not to mention, your dental insurance company may provide partial coverage for this type of treatment. Even if they don’t, we proudly offer financing for those who qualify! We partner with CareCredit, Lending Club, and Lending Point to ensure care is accessible and affordable. We strive to make this process as simple as possible so you can get started right away!

We can walk you through the enrollment process here in our dental office in under 5 minutes, or you can click on the link below to prequalify for payments of as little as $99.00 a month!

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Invisalign FAQs

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We’ve covered a lot of information on this page – from the orthodontic problems that Invisalign can address to the benefits of the iTero intraoral scanner. If you want to learn even more about the clear aligner treatment process, then we recommend getting in touch with our Coatesville dental team so we can help! If you can’t get on the phone right now, then you can also read on to learn more.

Can You Eat with Invisalign?

With other orthodontic treatments, you need to remove certain foods from your diet (i.e., whole apples, raw nuts, tortilla chips). The good news is that there aren’t any dietary restrictions with Invisalign! There are really only two things you need to keep in mind. First, you must remove your trays before eating or drinking anything other than water. Second, don’t over-indulge on added sugar since this can result in an oral health problem that brings your teeth-straightening journey to a temporary stop.

How Long Does Invisalign Take?

The average treatment timeline with Invisalign is 12 to 18 months. Of course, that doesn’t necessarily mean that’s how long it will take for you to work through the series of clear aligners. Your treatment plan will depend on a few key factors, including the complexity of your case, how many trays are needed, if your teeth move as anticipated, and how well you follow the guidelines.

Important note: Moving onto each new set of aligners early will not speed up the process. Quite the opposite: it can result in considerable delays and possibly even the need for an entirely new treatment plan. To see your results as quickly as possible, it’s best to follow all of the “rules,” like wearing your aligners for 22 hours a day and prioritizing your check-in visits.

What if My Invisalign Broke?

Whether there is a hairline crack or your trays have completely split down the middle, do your best not to panic. It’s also important that you don’t attempt to remedy the situation by using a household adhesive, like superglue. Instead, give us a call so we can determine if it’s safe to move onto the next set of aligners in the series or if you should wear your previous pair while a replacement is made.

Does Invisalign Hurt?

It’s common for patients to hesitate to move forward with Invisalign because they are worried that the teeth-straightening process will hurt. Although some soreness is to be expected, most patients don’t describe it as painful, especially since there aren’t any metal brackets or wires. Plus, there are several easy ways you can alleviate any discomfort that does arise, including sticking to soft foods, using a cold compress, sipping on cool water, and taking an OTC pain reliever as directed.

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