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Capital Smiles - Schenectady

$2,999 for Complete Invisalign Treatment at Capital Smiles in Schenectady (Up to $6,200 Value)

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  • Expires Mar 24th, 2012.
  • Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 addl as a gift. New clients only. Consultation required, non-candidates will be refunded. Not valid with dental insurance. Not valid for severe crowding cases that may require surgery or orthopedic issues. Not valid for post-invisalign retainers or replacement aligners.
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Questions and Answers 2 questions

Q:

What if my sons dental corrections can't be done by this system? What are the guidelines used to determine if he is a candidate for Invisalign?

Kim S.  asked on  Sep 21, 2011

A:

Hi Kim! If your son isn't a good candidate for Invisalign, Groupon will provide a full refund. Give us a call and tell us about your son's bite and placement or better yet, come in for a free consultation so we can properly assess the situation. You can also go to invisalign.com where there is an interactive tool that can give you an idea. Regarding the guidelines, Dr. Lieberman says, "The general criteria for a successful Invisalign case is mild to moderate crowding and mild to moderate overbite. Severe cases can be helped but not corrected. Often tooth extractions and/or surgery of the jaw would be necessary for a reasonably good result for the more severe cases as well as an "open bite" in which there is a space between the upper and lower front teeth or a "cross bite" in which the upper jaw is narrower than the lower jaw which often causes shifting of the chin to one side or the other. Generally, an open or cross bite specifically cannot be corrected although mild to moderate crowding or spacing for the same person can be resolved. I have done many severe cases and open bite cases for people who refuse to deal with regular braces and surgery but they seldom completely resolve and the cases can take several years. To summarize, Invisalign is best designed to be used for mild to moderate crowding or spacing between teeth. Other problems can coexist and if someone does not desire to correct these other problems, Invisalign can still be of benefit." Hope that helps!

beth r.  from  Merchant  replied on  Sep 23, 2011

Q:

So do they use retainers, night guards, surgery, braces, what? Is ther any whitening ? How about using the composite to resize/ restructure teeth. I Forget the name of that process, but the moviestars get it. Also, will this work for close knit teeth?

Mary Beth D.  asked on  Sep 21, 2011

A:

Hi, Mary! Invisalign uses a series of custom made clear BPA - free plastic aligners that gently slide your teeth into place. They are easily removed, and you do so when you eat and brush (and though barely noticeable, you can certainly choose to not wear them on a date, if you like!). Every 2 week or so you'll move on to a new set and visit with the dentist every 6 weeks. The process generally takes about a year for adults. Please visit http://www.capitalsmiles.com/invisalign.html for more information. As far as your other questions, you're referring to bonding. There is a solution for everyone- whether it be Invisalign, bonding, veneers, Lumineers... explore our website ( www.capitalsmiles.com) under "services" -you'll find we offer a tremendous range of options to help you achieve the smile you'd like to show the world! And yes, Invisalign does work for close knit teeth. Please give us a call and we'll be happy to offer a free consultation to help you determine what's best for you!

beth r.  from  Merchant  replied on  Sep 22, 2011

A:

Hi, Mary! Invisalign uses a series of custom made clear BPA - free plastic aligners that gently slide your teeth into place. They are easily removed, and you do so when you eat and brush (and though barely noticeable, you can certainly choose to not wear them on a date, if you like!). Every 2 week or so you'll move on to a new set and visit with the dentist every 6 weeks. The process generally takes about a year for adults. Please visit http://www.capitalsmiles.com/invisalign.html for more information. As far as your other questions, you're referring to bonding. There is a solution for everyone- whether it be Invisalign, bonding, veneers, Lumineers... explore our website ( www.capitalsmiles.com) under "services" -you'll find we offer a tremendous range of options to help you achieve the smile you'd like to show the world! And yes, Invisalign does work for close knit teeth. Please give us a call and we'll be happy to offer a free consultation to help you determine what's best for you!

beth r.  from  Merchant  replied on  Sep 22, 2011

A:

Hi, Mary! Invisalign uses a series of custom made clear BPA - free plastic aligners that gently slide your teeth into place. They are easily removed, and you do so when you eat and brush (and though barely noticeable, you can certainly choose to not wear them on a date, if you like!). Every 2 week or so you'll move on to a new set and visit with the dentist every 6 weeks. The process generally takes about a year for adults. Please visit http://www.capitalsmiles.com/invisalign.html for more information. As far as your other questions, you're referring to bonding. There is a solution for everyone- whether it be Invisalign, bonding, veneers, Lumineers... explore our website ( www.capitalsmiles.com) under "services" -you'll find we offer a tremendous range of options to help you achieve the smile you'd like to show the world! And yes, Invisalign does work for close knit teeth. Please give us a call and we'll be happy to offer a free consultation to help you determine what's best for you!

beth r.  from  Merchant  replied on  Sep 22, 2011

A:

Hi, Mary! Invisalign uses a series of custom made clear BPA - free plastic aligners that gently slide your teeth into place. They are easily removed, and you do so when you eat and brush (and though barely noticeable, you can certainly choose to not wear them on a date, if you like!). Every 2 week or so you'll move on to a new set and visit with the dentist every 6 weeks. The process generally takes about a year for adults. Please visit http://www.capitalsmiles.com/invisalign.html for more information. As far as your other questions, you're referring to bonding. There is a solution for everyone- whether it be Invisalign, bonding, veneers, Lumineers... explore our website ( www.capitalsmiles.com) under "services" -you'll find we offer a tremendous range of options to help you achieve the smile you'd like to show the world! And yes, Invisalign does work for close knit teeth. Please give us a call and we'll be happy to offer a free consultation to help you determine what's best for you!

beth r.  from  Merchant  replied on  Sep 22, 2011

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How did that get sent so many times??? My apologies :)

beth r.  from  Merchant  replied on  Sep 23, 2011

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