How can I treat crooked teeth?
Crooked teeth can cause a wide range of oral health and cosmetic dentistry concerns. Finding a solution to straighten crooked teeth can reduce your risk of gum disease, TMJ related bite issues, and tooth damage.
East Hanover cosmetic dentist Dr. Raj Upadya offers a complete range of solutions to address crooked teeth, including Invisalign®. As an East Hanover Invisalign provider, Dr. Raj is uniquely qualified to handle all aspects of your Invisalign treatment.
Enhance Your Invisalign Treatment With AcceleDent®
Dr. Upadya offers accelerated orthodontic treatment with AcceleDent. Paired with your traditional Invisalign treatment, AcceleDent® can accelerate the natural bone modeling that occurs as a result of teeth repositioning. In many cases, it can reduce your time in braces by almost 50%. Dr. Upadya will work with your to determine if AcceleDent is right for you.
Everything You Need To Know About Invisalign
What is Invisalign?
Invisalign is a revolutionary orthodontic treatment that gradually repositions crooked or misaligned teeth. Dr. Upadya takes measurements of the teeth and gums to create custom designed aligners that fit comfortably over the teeth. Invisalign can be used to address most of the same orthodontic concerns as traditional metal braces.
What issues can Invisalign correct?
Invisalign can be used to address these common orthodontic concerns:
- gapped teeth
- orthodontic relapse
- crooked teeth
- misaligned teeth
- overcrowded teeth
Is Invisalign painful?
No, Invisalign is not painful. In some cases, patients may experience pressure or discomfort after they switch to a new set of aligners.
How long does Invisalign treatment last?
On average, Invisalign treatment last between 12-18 months. After your consultation, Dr. Upadya will determine the appropriate length of your treatment.
Schedule An Appointment
Dr. Upadya can consult with you one on one to determine if Invisalign is right for you. We offer a full range of treatment options for addressing crooked and misaligned teeth. To learn more about your treatment options, call (973) 287-3153 or request an appointment online.