Invisalign gives you a second chance for straight teeth

What is Invisalign? It is a clear series of aligners, like whitening trays, that straighten your teeth over a period of a few months in most cases less than 12. Patients love the aligners over braces because they don't have the annoying problem of food impaction catching on the wires during meals, plus they can brush and floss effectively!

Just think of having those straight teeth you have always wanted, but hesitated. Your Rockwall Invisalign DentistDr. Richard Lepard has countless times in his 30 years of dentistry had patients say, "I really want straight teeth but I would never go through braces." Who wants wires and metal to show for 2 years?

Invisalign is the answer! Straight teeth in a few months, no wires, and looking great for a lifetime! One additional note - one of the best uses for Invisalign in straightening out those teeth that have relapsed (rotated, misaligned, protruded, crooked) after you have previously had braces.

You know who you are - you did not wear your retainers because of various reasons. Now you are kicking yourself for the crooked smile - and it will get worse. Here is your chance, Invisalign gives you that opportunity at perfect teeth. No braces, straight teeth and a smile ot be proud of at a cost you can afford!

Invisalign discounts now available as well as no interest financing.

Invisalign® Patient Testimonials

At first, I was skeptical about whether or not to use plastic aligners to straighten my teeth, but I am very glad I decided to make the investment. In just about nine months my teeth were straightened using the clear, comfortable, and easy-to-remove aligners. I'm a busy guy, and using Invisalign fit right into my lifestyle. -Alex, age 21,  Disney Entertainment
I always wanted to have straight teeth, but never thought my smile would look this great. Plus, no one even knew when I was wearing them. I couldn't be happier! -Gina, age 26, Media Buyer
I'm so glad I made the investment to go with aligners rather than metal braces. I've heard stories of people having food stuck in their metal braces, and I didn't want to go through that. It's so easy—all I have to do is remove my aligners when I eat. -Christa, age 44, Property Manager