Can Invisalign Fix Overbite

Invisalign is clinically proven to effectively correct the majority of teeth straightening cases. By using clear plastic aligners, Invisalign gently shifts teeth into their correct positions. Unlike braces, Invisalign patients do not have the same dietary restrictions because they can remove each aligner before eating or drinking. Patients who frequently participate in contact sports don’t have to worry about breaking brackets and wires. For optimal results, Invisalign patients should maintain healthy oral hygiene by regularly brushing, flossing, and visiting the dentist.

Whether you have gapped teeth, an overbite, underbite, crossbite, or your teeth are overcrowded, Invisalign is designed to correct and straighten without the use of metal. While Invisalign aligners take a bit more maintenance because they have to be cleaned and replaced after each meal, patients can enjoy eating without getting food stuck in their braces. We recommend brushing your teeth and rinsing the aligner after each meal to prevent your teeth from yellowing. Regular brushing and flossing during orthodontic treatment will help prevent staining and tooth decay.

Schedule Your Free Consultation Today

The first step towards correcting your overbite with Invisalign is scheduling an obligation-free first appointment. During this first visit, Dr. McSurdy will examine your teeth, take pictures and x-rays, and consult you on the possible treatment options. While most patients qualify for Invisalign, patients who need severe correction may only qualify for traditional braces.

During the first visit, we will quote a price for the treatment. Total costs depend on the duration and extent of the treatment. Teenagers and young children are typically cheaper to treat since their jaws are still malleable. The team at The Smile Specialists is committed to helping families around Pennsylvania receive high-quality, affordable orthodontic treatment. Don’t let cost get in the way of immediately improving oral health. We have comprehensive payment plans, and we accept any insurance that has orthodontic coverage.

The Smile Specialists Create Beautiful Smiles

Orthodontic treatment improves overall oral health. Braces and Invisalign correct malocclusions that, if left untreated, can provide breeding grounds for harmful bacteria. Braces not only boost self-confidence, they can extend the lives of your teeth. If a patient’s teeth are grinding together when they speak or chew, it can severely decrease the life of their teeth. Straightening teeth can help protect enamel and prevent cavities.

Visit Us Today!

If you have an overbite, the first step towards fixing it is to call 610-489-6032 and schedule an appointment. For years, Dr. McSurdy has helped families in Pennsylvania receive proper oral treatment. Call today for a free consultation.