Are you looking to straighten your teeth? Mark your calendars for November 29, 2022, as the team at Source Dental will be celebrating Invisalign Day! Continue reading for more information about how these aligners can help your smile. Furthermore, keep reading to learn about the freebies patients can receive when visiting Source Dental and starting a new case.

What is Invisalign?

Invisalign is often considered a discreet alternative to braces. The transparent orthodontic tool will gently guide your teeth into their optimal position. Like traditional braces, Invisalign puts a small but steady pressure on the teeth to change their position along the gumline. In addition, these aligners are custom-made to fit each patient’s teeth.  Invisalign can be removed at any time – so that you can comfortably eat your favourite foods and brush your teeth.

How are they different from traditional braces?

Your dentist will be happy to describe the differences between Invisalign aligners and traditional braces. In the meantime, here are some general differences for you to consider.

  • Discretion: Invisalign aligners are made from a clear plastic that will be more discreet than traditional metal braces.
  • Removable: while Invisalign users still need to wear the aligners for 23 hours daily, the tool can be removed anytime to make eating and oral hygiene more comfortable. Furthermore, Invisalign patients do not need to worry about eating hard or chewy foods that may damage traditional braces.

Join us on November 29!

Source Dental will celebrate Invisalign Day on November 29 from 8 AM to 8 PM. Patients that start new Invisalign cases will be eligible for the following perks*:

  • $500 discount
  • Free Zoom Whitening after the case
  • Free electric toothbrush
  • Entry into our Source Dental draw to win Toronto Raptors tickets

Reserve your free consultation today! Contact the Source Dental office by clicking here or calling us at 905-434-5757.

We look forward to seeing you!

*Some conditions may apply. This is a limited offer.