We offer the leading orthodontic treatment, Invisalign, for our patients at Burbank City Dental. Invisalign treats gaps, crowding, and bite issues. Our dental professionals believe in treating all issues head on with innovative treatments. If dental issues are not properly treated, they can lead to further complications. Our orthodontist, Dr. Gizel Tabibnia, specializes in Invisalign treatment and is a certified Invisalign provider. Invisalign braces are clear removable aligners made of flexible polyurethane plastic that are utilized to straighten teeth and fix malocclusions.
Significantly improves overall oral health
Invisalign trays can be taken out to thoroughly brush teeth between meals and snacks. This allows patients to remove particles of food easier than with metal braces.
A discreet look
The clear trays provide patients with an aesthetically pleasing orthodontic treatment option.
No diet limitations
Invisalign allows patients more dietary freedom unlike traditional braces.
Clear aligners are a more comfortable option as opposed to metal braces which may cause irritation from wires and brackets.
Invisalign trays are easy to clean and take care of with lukewarm water or toothbrush.
Patients can enjoy a boost in confidence as they see their smile transform daily with Invisalign.
When patients visit Burbank City Dental, they will meet with Dr. Tabibnia for a consultation appointment. Patients will undergo a meticulous oral exam and any other necessary tests to develop a personalized Invisalign treatment plan. Our dental professionals are more than happy to answer any questions or concerns about the treatment process. Dr. Tabibnia will tailor a treatment plan for the patient to address all dental issues presented and reveal a beautifully straight and healthy smile.
Invisalign alignment trays are carefully molded to the patient’s teeth to gradually move teeth into the ideal position. Trays will be given in stages and each stage comes with a set of two Invisalign aligners. The first trays will be worn for two weeks and for a minimum of 20 hours per day. Once each stage is completed, patients can graduate to the next set of trays until teeth have been properly aligned. Aligners should be regularly cleaned with daily use.