Hi i was wondering how many appointments are needed to get the actual invisalign braces, would it be 2 appointments? The consultation, then the impressions? thanks.
How Many Appointments Are Needed to Get Invisalign?
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1-2 visits are necessary to start Invisalign
At the first visit, goals are discussed and a discussion on Invisalign (and if it is appropriate for you) is done. If you are ready, financial arrangements are complete and current dental condition allows initiation of treatment, one could start right then (making it only one visit). If financing needed to get in order, oral health was not good enough, or a person just wasn't quite ready, then another visit (or more) would be necessary.
How many appointments needed for Invisalign?
We often do impressions and records on the day of the consultations, so there's 1. Then you need a delivery date, that's 2. If you didn't do the impressions on your first visit that would be 3 appointments.
As stated in another answer,we do everything for the patient in one appointment..The second appointment is the delivery appointment...Dr Thomas
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How Many Visits to Get Started with Invisalign?
If you were coming to my practice, you and I would first meet to do a consultation where take and review digital photos of your smile and we discuss your goals. If everything looks healthy and you're ready to go, we can make your records (impressions, etc) that same day. You will have the option to review the clin-check with me in a couple of weeks. Otherwise, we will deliver your trays about 3-4 weeks after your impressions are made. And, you'll be on your way to a great smile.
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