How long does Invisalign take?

Invisalign offers quicker results than conventional braces, with most patients achieving their desired smile within a year, compared to 2 years with fixed braces. However, the length of treatment will depend on various factors, such as the cause of the misalignment and how often you wear your aligners. A patient with a moderate underbite may require treatment for longer than a patient with minimal crowding, for example. Fortunately, Invisalign aligners are so comfortable to wear that you’ll barely notice you’re undergoing any treatment at all!

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