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INVISALIGN CLEAR ALIGNERS

Clear solution to straightening your teeth.

Our Invisalign dentist is a certified Invisalign provider and also a board certified Orthodontist.

At Yap Dental, we can make your dream smile a reality.

Do you ever dream what it would feel like to have a perfect smile? Would you feel self-conscious with a mouth full of metal? How would you feel about an invisible teeth straightening solution that helps you quickly straighten your teeth?

You've come to the right place.

What is Invisalign?

Unlike sharp and painful metal braces, Invisalign uses a series of nearly invisible aligners to gently reposition misaligned teeth.

You’ll work with our Invisalign dentist to create a model of your mouth and visualize your smile transformation. We use the Itero Digital Scanner to produce a high-def image of your mouth in just a short time. 

After all the diagnostic records are taken, discussion with the patient regarding their treatment plan is done. Then we’ll make your custom Invisalign aligners and as you wear them, your teeth will shift into their proper position.

Advantages of Invisalign

Made from clear and non-toxic materials

Comfortable to wear without the pain from the roughness of the conventional braces

More hygienic since it's easier to clean and allows you to brush and floss normally

Convenient, discreet, and won’t get in the way of your daily life

Invisalign Clear Aligners

  • Can make you self-conscious? No. Only you’ll know you’re wearing Invisalign aligners.

  • Removable when eating? Yes. Easy to take out before meals.

  • Easy to keep your teeth clean? Yes. Just pop them out before brushing and flossing.

  • Requires frequent adjustments? No. Just switch your next aligner as instructed by Dr. Bless Yap.

Conventional Braces

  • Can make you self-conscious? Yes. Many adults don’t like the idea of wearing braces.

  • Removable when eating? No. Nooks and crannies trap food particles.

  • Easy to keep your teeth clean? No. Hard-to-brush and floss increase your risk of tooth decay and gum disease.

  • Requires frequent adjustments? Yes. Metal braces need regular adjustments for best results.

The difference is clear!

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