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Invisalign clear aligner therapy has demonstrated success in treating Class I, II, and III malocclusions. From simple tooth movement to more complex cases, Invisalign technology can help you achieve your clinical goals.

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Class II
Class III
Anterior Crossbite
Spacing
Open Bite
Crowding
Deep Bite
Extraction
Mandibular Advancement
Midline Discrepancy
Narrow Arches
Phase I Treatment
Posterior Crossbite
Surgical Treatment

Featured Case Study:

Class II


Class II — The mesiobuccal cusp of the maxillary first molar occludes mesial to the buccal groove of the mandibular first molar, usually near the embrasure between the mandibular molar and second premolar.

Patient Information:

Age: 14
Gender: Female
Invisalign Treatment Option: Invisalign Comprehensive

Total Treatment Time:

14 months

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Class III


Class III — The mesiobuccal cusp of the maxillary first molar occludes distal to the buccal groove of the mandibular first molar, typically near the embrasure between the mandibular first and second molars

Patient Information:

Age: 26
Gender: Female
Invisalign Treatment Option: Invisalign Comprehensive

Total Treatment Time:

12 months

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Anterior Crossbite


Anterior crossbite is the abnormal labiolingual relationship between one or more upper and lower anterior teeth, resulting in the upper teeth being positioned lingual to the lower teeth.

Patient Information:

Age: 31
Gender: Male
Invisalign Treatment Option: Invisalign Comprehensive

Total Treatment Time:

17 months

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Spacing


Spacing — or “gap teeth” — is the condition in which there is excessive space between adjacent teeth in the dental arch.

Patient Information:

Age: 11
Gender: Male
Invisalign Treatment Option: Invisalign Lite

Total Treatment Time:

8 months

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Open Bite


Lack of tooth contact in an occluding position.

Patient Information:

Age: 36
Gender: Female
Invisalign Treatment Option: Invisalign Comprehensive

Total Treatment Time:

8 months

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Crowding


Crowding is the condition in which there is a discrepancy between tooth size and space available for the teeth to be aligned in the dental arch.

Patient Information:

Age: 39
Gender: Female
Invisalign Treatment Option: Invisalign Lite

Total Treatment Time:

9 months

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Deep Bite


Deep bite is the condition in which the vertical overlap of anterior teeth in centric occlusion is larger than 30 – 40%.

Patient Information:

Age: 30
Gender: Female
Invisalign Treatment Option: Invisalign Teen

Total Treatment Time:

24 months

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Extraction


Extraction is the removal of one or more teeth when a large amount of space needs to be created to align and create a correct occlusal relationship between the remaining teeth.

Patient Information:

Age: 25
Gender: Male
Invisalign Treatment Option: Invisalign Comprehensive

Total Treatment Time:

13 months

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Mandibular Advancement


Invisalign treatment with mandibular advancement is aimed for growing patients presenting with retrognathic Class II malocclusions in permanent dentition or stable late mixed dentition. The special feature of precision wings are integrated into the Invisalign aligners.

Patient Information:

Age: 13
Gender: Female
Invisalign Treatment Option: Invisalign Teen with MA

Total Treatment Time:

15 months

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Midline Discrepancy


Midline discrepancy is the condition in which there is a misalignment of the midsagittal line of maxillary and mandibular arches respectively and/or relative to the facial midline.

Patient Information

Age: 25
Gender: Male
Invisalign Treatment Option: Invisalign Comprehensive

Total Treatment Time

13 months

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Narrow Arches


Narrow arches is the condition in which the transverse width of the maxillary and/or mandibular arches is too narrow for the teeth to properly align and have good occlusal contact.

Patient Information:

Age: 21
Gender: Female
Invisalign Treatment Option: Invisalign Comprehensive

Total Treatment Time:

11 months

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Phase I Treatment


Interceptive treatment for young patients (6-10 years old): Early treatment can be in a patient’s best interests if their problem is one that could become more serious over time if left untreated. - Intercept the developing problem; Eliminate the cause; Guide the growth of facial and jaw bones; Provide adequate space for incoming permanent teeth.

Patient Information:

Age: 9
Gender: Male
Invisalign Treatment Option: Invisalign Teen with MA

Total Treatment Time:

13 months

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Posterior Crossbite


Posterior crossbite is the abnormal labiolingual relationship between one or more upper and lower posterior teeth, resulting in the upper teeth being positioned lingual to the lower teeth, or the upper teeth being positioned so buccal to the lower teeth their lingual face slides against the lowers buccal face.

Patient Information:

Age: 20
Gender: Female
Invisalign Treatment Option: Invisalign Comprehensive

Total Treatment Time:

8 months

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Surgical Treatment


Surgical treatment is used to correct a skeletal discrepancy causing a malocclusion.

Patient Information:

Age: 21
Gender: Male
Invisalign Treatment Option: Invisalign Comprehensive

Total Treatment Time:

14 months

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Cases Include:

Class II
Class III
Anterior Crossbite
Spacing
Open Bite
Crowding
Deep Bite
Extraction
Mandibular Advancement
Midline Discrepancy
Narrow Arches
Phase I Treatment
Posterior Crossbite
Surgical Treatment

1 Weekly aligner changes are recommended for all Invisalign treatments (with default staging protocol) for Invisalign Full, Invisalign Teen, Invisalign Lite, Invisalign Assist and Invisalign Go products. The decision to prescribe weekly aligner changes is at the doctor’s discretion. Monitor tooth movements such as rotations, extrusions, and significant root movements; particularly blue and black movements in the Tooth Movement Assessment (TMA). Depending on the patient response to treatment, particularly mature adults, consider longer periods between aligner changes.

2 with weekly aligner changes, compared with two-week aligner wear based on treatment duration of first ClinCheck treatment plans

3 * dental implants, veneers, crowns, bridges, compositesNA Disclaimer: Based on a survey of n=98 North American Invisalign providers who are classified as having submitted 10 or more Invisalign casesin the past 12 months [October 2018-September 2019]. These dentists were asked, “In the past 12 months, for how many restorative cases have you used Invisalign treatment as a pre-restorative technique before any of the below mentioned procedures?” providing number of cases for dental implants, veneers, crowns, bridges, and composites. Overall percentage includes dentists who haveused Invisalign as a pre-restorative technique for at least one casebefore at least one of the dental procedures(dental implants, veneers, crowns, bridges, or composites). Includes Invisalign provider dentists in USA and Canada. Data on file as of [insert date once submitted].