Invisalign® Dentist in Wyoming
Now you can choose a nearly invisible way to straighten your teeth, and achieve the dazzling smile you've always dreamed about in Wyoming.
What are Invisalign® braces?
Invisalign® is a revolutionary system for straightening crooked teeth and closing gaps between teeth. In many cases, Invisalign® can get rid of the need for traditional metal-wire braces that have long been used in traditional orthodontic practice. The system utilizes the latest in computerized technology and three-dimensional modeling to generate a series of clear, see-through aligners or "clear braces". They are virtually unnoticeable, and are often referred to by many patients as "invisible braces". The clear aligners are specially fabricated to fit your teeth exactly, and over time, they move your teeth into a position that gives you a natural-looking, straight smile.
And because the trays are removable -- eating, brushing and flossing are no problem. You can still enjoy your favorite foods and smile without holding back. So, whether your teeth are crowded, too far apart or have shifted since wearing braces, you'll have a new reason to smile. With Invisalign®, there's nothing to hide. Invisalign® invisible braces are more comfortable than metal braces as metal braces are usually more painful and can cause irritation and inflammation of the gums and soft tissue. The elastic bands and tightening forces used with metal braces can often cause discomfort. Although there may be slight discomfort when you start wearing Invisalign® aligners, in general, most users find them very comfortable.
General dentists and orthodontists can perform the Invisalign® procedures.
Special training is required for a dentist to be able to place Invisalign® invisible braces. In addition, not all Invisalign-trained dentists are created equal. Some have taken the training, but are not progressive in using it and will use it for only a very limited number of patients. Others are more responsive to the needs of the patient and, if you want the invisible braces, they will do what they can to provide this service. At Top3 Dentist we have selected our Invisalign® dentists based on training and attitude.
Wyoming is home to plenty of great dentists. Whether you live in Albany or Washakie or somewhere in between, we can help find you a Wyoming dentist specializing in Invisalign® invisible braces to meet your dental needs.
Why use TOP3 Dentists?
Every dentist claims to be an expert — and there are hundreds of dental referral sites out there claiming
to be your guide to finding a general dentist, cosmetic dentist, or TMJ dentist or an implant dentist in Wyoming.
Yet these websites generally use no quality control — they will list any dentist willing to pay a small monthly fee.
TOP 3 DENTISTS is completely different.
Each Dentist, Cosmetic Dentist, TMJ Dentist, Implant Dentist, Orthodontist, Periodontist, Oral Surgeon, or Sedation Dentist listing on Top 3 Dentists of Wyoming is by invitation only. We only present you with dentists who meet the highest professional standards in their particular areas of expertise in Wyoming.
Every dentist listed on this site has undertaken hundreds of hours of additional training and certification by the most reputable Continuing Education and Dental Organizations in the United States. Continuing education is vital for any dentist in Wyoming who wants to keep up with the latest and most effective dental procedures.
Top 3 Dentists is a resource for anyone looking for the optimum in dental care in Wyoming. Being at the top doesn't mean being the most expensive dentist in Wyoming, but it does mean being the most qualified.
Choosing a dentist is one of your most critical health decisions. And we're here to provide you with the information you need to make the very best choice possible for your dental treatment.
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who practice in that specialty. Please note that some of our Periodontists (or other specialists) may require a direct referral from
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and then ask for a referral to the specialist of your choice.
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