Invisalign in Ft. Collins & Windsor
The Clear Choice
Find Invisalign® treatment for teens and adults at Goings Orthodontics.
Top Invisalign® Doctor
Invisalign® is a wonderful alternative treatment to braces and Goings Orthodontics is proud to be a Diamond Provider for Invisalign®. That means we have more experience than most other orthodontists and dentists, so you should see Dr. Goings for your Invisalign treatment.
You can straighten your teeth without us putting metal in your mouth. Instead, we use plastic trays (also known as aligners) to move your teeth back into place. Each aligner is custom-made to fit your mouth so you don’t have to worry about mouth irritation.
Since the aligners are removable, they’re easier to keep clean. You can also continue to brush and floss your teeth without trying to avoid harming your braces. It’s also nice because you can eat whatever you want.
You won’t have the eating restrictions that usually come with braces, like avoiding corn on the cob. All you need to do is remove the aligners. Once you finish eating, it‘s crucial to brush your teeth as well as the aligners.
A Subtle Treatment Choice
Invisalign® is also popular because the aligners are clear, so most people don’t even know you are wearing anything unless you tell them. As long as you wear your aligners for at least twenty-two hours a day, you’ll get the dental care they need without the embarrassment of wires and braces.
Invisalign for Teens
Here at Goings Orthodontics, we are proud to offer Invisalign Teen®.
Many teenagers are affected by malocclusions that need to be fixed. However, the thought of going through high school with braces can be very embarrassing.
Luckily for teenagers, Invisalign Teen® can be very helpful. Your teenager can get the smile that he or she deserves without wires.
Invisalign Teen® uses clear aligners so that nobody will even know your teenager's getting dental care. As long as your teenager wears them for at least twenty-two hours a day, they will get the dental care they need without the embarrassment of wires and braces.
Even better, your teenager will be able to remove the aligners when it is time to eat. He or she will be able to eat anything. There are no restrictions that usually come with braces, like avoiding corn on the cob. All he or she has to do is remove the aligners. Once your teenager is finished eating, it is important to brush both his or her teeth and the aligners.