Do you want to improve your smile with a system that’s just as effective as traditional metal braces, but easier to use because it’s removable, comfortable, completely customized, and nearly invisible braces?
If so, it’s time to learn about Invisalign.
Why put off the smile you’ve been dreaming of when Drs Rubinstein and Ducoff in Providence
can help you with the same system that’s worked for over a million smiles around the world!
Getting started is easy with a consultation with our Invisalign-trained dentist where we’ll evaluate your smile and develop a customized digital treatment plan that will show you the step-by-step transformation of your smile.
After your customized aligners are made, you’ll wear each set for around 20-22 hours a day. You’ll change to a new set of aligners every 1-2 weeks as directed. Each set of aligners work by gently shifting your teeth into place until you reach your desired results.
Drs Rubinstein and Ducoff will determine exactly how long your treatment will take based on your individual needs, but we’ve found that on average the treatment time is 12 to 18 months. However, your treatment can vary depending on several factors such as how complex your case is and how well you adhere to the wearing schedule.
The best part about Invisalign aligners in Providence is that they are virtually invisible which means your new smile will be a best-kept secret until you’re ready to unveil it!
And since you can remove the aligners for special occasions like reunions, dates, a job interview, or for playing your favorite sport, keeping your secret is even easier! Just remember to wear them for a minimum of 20-22 hours a day.
Experience is everything when it comes to entrusting your smile to someone. Drs Rubinstein and Ducoff in Providence has helped countless patients achieve the smile they’ve dreamed of. If you’re ready to correct a smile that you wish had been corrected years ago, book your appointment today.
We are also serving patients from nearby location as College Hill, Fox Point, Wayland, Wayland Square, Waterman, Brown University, and RISD for Invisalign treatment.