Achieve A Straighter Smile
Thanks to their clear plastic design, the transparent Invisalign trays are nearly invisible. As such, you can straighten your smile without feeling self-conscious of your appearance.
While traditional braces impose restrictions on your diet, Invisalign trays are removable. As a result, you can still enjoy all of your favorite foods while undergoing treatment.
Traditional braces can collect debris and harbor bacteria, which can eventually lead to tooth decay. Invisalign® aligners are removable, so you can take them out to brush and floss. This helps to preserve your oral health and eliminate the need special floss for braces.
With their plastic composition, Invisalign aligners are far more comfortable than traditional braces. They gently shift your teeth into better alignment over time, without irritating your cheeks or gums.
Invisalign® vs. Braces
If you are considering Invisalign® as a braces alternative, the doctors at Shemen Dental Group in Amarillo, TX, can recommend the right way to achieve a straighter, healthier, and more attractive smile. The right treatment solution will depend heavily on the extent of treatment you need, as well as your cosmetic concerns and lifestyle. Because both options have their own advantages, Drs. Eddy Sauer and Nathaniel Avirett take plenty of time to help patients make the right choice.Learn More
Why Choose Us?
An Invisalign Premier Provider
We have been helping patients achieve healthier, straighter smiles since 2003. In addition, Dr. Sauer serves on the Invisalign faculty, training other dentists in the latest methods and techniques including Propel. This advanced orthodontic aid can reduce treatment time by half. Dr. Sauer and Dr. Avirett have helped patients improve their smiles in as little as six months, and have been able to correct severe cases of malocclusion in less than 23 months. We value patient comfort, which is why we have incorporated digital technology into our treatments. Now, we can take digital impressions of your smile instead of traditional manual impressions for more accuracy and convenience.