Sunrise Emergency & Family Dental Care

1700 Wells Rd, Suite 19
Orange Park, FL 32073

1700 Wells Rd, Suite 19
Orange Park, FL 32073

Invisalign in Orange Park, Florida

Clear Aligners

The Sunrise Emergency & Family Dental Care team utilizes State-of-the-Art Technology to give you the best results and straightest teeth with clear aligners. Clear aligners is a system of removable, nearly invisible plastic trays (treatment may require plastic attachments which increase visibility).


What is the treatment time for Invisalign – clear aligners?

The average treatment time for clear aligners is 6 to 10 months. In general, if you have a more complex case of malocclusion (bite misalignment), your treatment will last longer. If you only require slight corrections, you could be done with your treatment in even fewer than six months.

Are clear aligners comfortable to wear?

You may initially experience discomfort with each aligner but the more you wear them the more comfortable they become, and the more confident you can smile.

How many hours per day do I need to wear the Invisalign?

Aligners need to be worn 22 hours a day or as prescribed.

How often should my aligners be changed?

You want to be sure to wear your clear aligners in sequential order according to numbering on the packaging—moving through treatment as directed.

Can I eat with Invisalign?

You will want to remove your aligners so that you can enjoy your favorite foods and drinks (except water), keeping them clear and clean.

How do I keep my clear aligners clean?

Clear aligners can be cleaned with a toothbrush and cool water. Specific cleaning instructions are included in your clear aligners welcome kit.

Your healthy smile starts at Sunrise. Call us today and book your consultation.



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