Invisalign® in Bronx, NY


If your teeth are crooked, but you don’t want to get braces, you’re in luck. There are other, more discreet options to correct your teeth’s alignment. Our dentist offers Invisalign® near you in The Bronx, NY, which uses clear plastic aligners instead of metal braces.

To learn more about Invisalign near you, contact our dentist in The Bronx, NY. The team at BX Dental looks forward to serving you and helping you achieve your smile goals.

What is Invisalign?

Invisalign is an orthodontic treatment similar to braces. Both braces and Invisalign work by applying gentle pressure to the teeth to shift them into place. Over time, your teeth will become straighter and move to their proper position.

With Invisalign treatment, you will be given a set of clear plastic aligners. You will need to wear them most of the time but can remove them to eat and brush your teeth.

Every few weeks, you will need to come into our office to receive new aligners and so we can check the progress of your treatment. The entire treatment process takes 12 to 18 months on average. This depends on the condition of your teeth and how they respond to the aligners.

Benefits of Invisalign

There are many great reasons to consider Invisalign. Our dentist near you at BX Dental, can tell you more about how Invisalign can improve your smile.

First, Invisalign is discreet, so you can wear the clear aligners without feeling self-conscious.

Invisalign is more comfortable than braces since the aligners are made of smooth plastic. They won’t scratch your cheeks or tongue, while braces often do.

Invisalign also requires less maintenance than braces. You will need to come in to get new sets of aligners, but visits are kept to a minimum compared to braces.

The main reason you should consider Invisalign is that it will improve the appearance of your teeth. You may feel more confident with a straighter smile.

If you think Invisalign might be right for you, contact us today. After a quick consultation at BX Dental, you will receive your aligners. You may begin treatment and start gradual changes within weeks.