Dr. Goyal is an experienced Invisalign dentist in Frederick, MD, and can work with teens and adult patients to create beautiful smiles. Invisalign is often the perfect solution for mild to moderate orthodontic needs and cosmetic concerns regarding crooked teeth. It is an alternative to traditional braces. These clear aligners offer advantages over traditional metal braces. Invisalign can gently straighten teeth and improve the health and comfort of the bite with discreet, comfortable clear aligners.
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Does Invisalign Hurt?
Invisalign is generally a pain-free orthodontic treatment that causes no irritation of the gums and soft tissues. Some patients experience a feeling of discomfort from pressure on the teeth when a new aligner is first placed.
Is Invisalign Available for Teens?
Invisalign offers treatment for children and teens. Dr. Goyal works with young patients to evaluate their orthodontic needs and recommend the best option for their long-term dental health.
How Much Does Invisalign Cost?
While each patient will have a unique treatment cost that is dependent upon their overall treatment needs, the typical cost ranges from $3,500 to $6,000. Some dental insurance offers partial coverage.
Invisalign uses advanced CAD/CAM technology to evaluate the digital imagery of your smile for use in creating your custom aligners. This technology allows Dr. Goyal to achieve your dental health goals and cosmetic desires with Invisalign with a predictable outcome.
During routine checkups, a quick digital scan shows our team how you are doing with the progress of your treatment plan.Learn More
Ongoing monitoring of your changing smile helps Dr. Goyal to keep your treatment plan on track and to address any concerns.
Invisalign clear aligners are made of a special material that is strong enough to reposition your teeth but smooth enough to be comfortable and non-irritating. Your aligners are designed to move your teeth with multi-directional forces to address your unique orthodontic needs.Learn More
When you change your aligners, there is a slight change in the forces being placed on your teeth, and more progress is made in your realignment.
There may be slight discomfort when a new set is placed, but overall Invisalign treatment does not cause pain.
We know that you will love the way your new smile will look once your Invisalign treatment is complete.Learn More
We want to help you keep that beautiful new smile in place and recommend the use of a retainer to accomplish this.
Worn daily for a few hours or while sleeping, a retainer will keep your teeth in their new position and support your long-term dental health.Learn More