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All About Invisalign®

Considering straightening your teeth? Learn about this comfortable, clear alternative to braces.

Invisalign® is the transparent way to straighten your teeth with the most advanced technology, resulting in your best smile. Using a series of clear aligners, you can straighten your teeth gently and with less pain than braces. Invisalign fits your lifestyle and makes it easy to eat, drink, brush your teeth  — and take a selfie! Schedule a consultation now to see if Invisalign is right for you.

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Dr. Christine Ferrell 

is a

Diamond
Invisalign
Provider

Awarded to only

the top 1% of providers

What's the Difference?

Unlike with traditional metal braces, you won’t have to change your diet, struggle with oral hygiene, or feel self-conscious that everyone will notice your "tin grin". Those days are over!

 

  • People will barely notice you’re wearing them. After a few days, even you with forget you’re wearing them!

  • No food restrictions – just take them out when you eat.

  • No brackets or wires, so no poking your lips and cheeks or getting fabric, hair, or other things caught in any metal pieces.

  • Aligners can perform double-duty as custom bleaching trays and protect against grinding.

  • You are always photo-ready!

 

Invisalign is also easier on a busy schedule. You’ll change your Invisalign aligners at home every 1-2 weeks (depending on your customized plan), so you’ll have fewer and less frequent office checkups than with traditional braces. You can go up to 12 weeks between appointments unless you have an issue, so you won’t miss a lot of school or work!

How do I begin?

The first step to starting your alignment is scheduling an appointment with our office. We offer a free consultation appointment to determine if you are a good candidate for Invisalign! At this appointment we will:

 

  • Evaluate the condition of your teeth, gums and jaw, bite, and the amount of space or crowding you have

  • Review your smile, what you would like to change, and the best way to accomplish the redesign of your smile

  • Review the fees involved, based on your case

  • Review any orthodontics benefits you may have on your insurance plan

  • Review your financing options, if applicable

Invisalign begins after a few easy steps: 

  • An X-ray of your mouth

  • Oral exam

  • Digital scan of your teeth (no goopy impressions!)

  • A Smile Design by Dr. Ferrell

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Receive a FREE Smile Kit at the start of your treatment!

 

Dr. Ferrell and her staff will send you home with a Smile Kit to help you take care of your teeth and your aligners when you’re on the go. Includes:

  •  Travel Bag

  •  Folding tooth brush

  •  Lip balm

  •  Invisalign travel case

  •  Travel-sized toothpaste​

  •  Hand Sanitizer

  •  Nail file for adjusting aligners

Frequently asked questions about Invisalign:

How is the reunion price determined?


The price is based on your class size, location, and menu selection. A significant portion of your ticket goes towards the facility rentals and the meal where your reunion is being held. However, your class reunion ticket price covers more than just the food. There are many other costs involved in planning a reunion that most people don't realize! Printing of invitations, postage, the alumni search, entertainment and providing staff during the planning and actual night of your reunion are some additional costs that are included in the ticket price of your reunion.




What should I wear?


The "dress code" is stated on your invitation and will probably be one of three options: Coat & Tie, Coat & Tie Optional, and Dressy Casual. Coat & Tie simply means that most will be wearing attire similar to what you may wear to a wedding. You can follow that same rule of thumb for Coat & Tie Optional, with the Coat and Tie of course being optional. Dressy Casual is best described as wearing something dressier than jeans or shorts, but something a little more casual than a suit and tie or formal dress. Regardless of these "dress codes," wear what you feel comfortable in and just use the dress code as a guideline. Keep in mind that you will see a little bit of everything at a class reunion.




Can I pay with credit card?


Yes. We accept Visa and MasterCard on our web page and provide a secure web processing to receive your payment and process your Registration Form.




How can I find out who is going to attend?


We normally do not have a good idea of who is attending until closer to the registration deadline (normally 4 weeks before your reunion). After that, a committee member will have a list of those who have signed up.




Will you mail tickets to me?


No, we do not use tickets for the reunions. We will have a list of those who have paid at the registration table at your reunion that evening.




Do you have a refund policy?


Yes. A full refund will be given if Celebrations is contacted no later than 20 days prior to the reunion date.





What patients are saying

“They even took a tooth that was completely sideways and made it straight. Thanks to Dr. Ferrell and everyone over at West Chester Orthodontics. We couldn’t have asked for a nicer, smart and innovative orthodontist.”

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