Invisalign (Clear Braces)

Your Best Smile is Within Reach

Invisalign allows you to straighten your teeth without using traditional braces. The best part is that Invisalign is made of a series of clear, removable aligners that are nearly invisible to the naked eye.

To start, you will have impressions or models of your teeth made using 3-D computer imaging technology so that your aligners can be made, specific to you. Each aligner is worn for approximately two weeks. The aligners are worn for up to 22 hours per day and should only be removed for eating, drinking, and brushing.

After you have completed the two weeks, you will be given the next aligner in the series. With each aligner, your teeth are slowly moved in a new position until you reach the final straighten position that Dr. Denny has prescribed. You will visit the office about once every 6 weeks to ensure that your treatment is progressing as it was planned.

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Common Concerns Treated With Invisalign Clear Aligners

Gapped Teeth

A gap between your teeth may occur due to several reasons. It could be caused by an abnormal continued growth of the jawbones, or perhaps, you have missing teeth which have caused the surrounding teeth to move or shift due to extra space. If you do suffer from gaps between your teeth, this can lead to long term gum problems, such as periodontal pockets and even periodontal disease.

gapped teeth



When your upper teeth bite over your lower teeth, this is known as an overbite. Overbites can be caused by bad oral habits, genetics, or sometimes the bone that is there to support your teeth may overdevelop. An overbite can lead to problems like gum problems, irritation of your gums, extensive wear on your lower teeth, or even pain in your jaw and joint problems.




An underbite will occur when your lower teeth protrude past your upper teeth. The underbite is typically caused an undergrowth of your upper jaw or an overgrowth of your lower jaw. If you have missing teeth, this can also cause an underbite. An underbite can prevent normal functioning of the front teeth and molars and lead to extensive tooth wear. This condition also can lead to painful jaw and joint problems.



Open Bite

If you have an open bite some of your teeth are unable to make physical contact with the opposing teeth to create a proper bite. An open bite is most often caused by a genetic abnormal jaw structure or excessive thumb-sucking as an adolescent. Open bites can lead to speech impairment and can also cause painful chewing. An open bite can also lead to a more serious joint disorder known as temporomandibular or TMJ.

open bite


Overly Crowded

If you have an overcrowding of teeth, your jaw is simply not able to provide ample space for all your teeth to fit normally. If left untreated, the overcrowding can become worse and can result in severely crooked teeth. An overcrowding can lead to plaque build-up, tooth decay and a high risk of gum disease.

overcrowded teeth


Cross bite

A cross bite will occur when both your upper and lower jaws are misaligned. This can occur on both the front and sides of the mouth and can lead to the upper teeth biting on the inside of the lower teeth. This can quickly lead to extensive wearing of the teeth, gum disease and even in some cases, bone loss.