Express Your Smile Invisible Aligners Now Available in Newington CT

Express Your Smile Invisible Aligners are an affordable solution to those whose teeth have spacing issues or need mild straightening. They are available at East Cedar Dental in Newington CT.

Newington , United States - April 17, 2018 /PressCable/ —

Express Your Smile clear aligners are now offered by East Cedar Dental in New in CT. They are custom made with an affordable alternative to those with mildly crooked teeth. For less than $2,000, those who need a mild aligning of teeth now have a cost effective solution with the added benefit of reduced dental visits.

How Treatment Works

A consult with Dr. Farrokh is completed to determine treatment needs. Photographs and digital impressions are taken by a sophisticated computer program and a treatment plan is developed. The latest advanced computer technology is used to create a sequence of ten precise BPA-free aligners. Each aligner will work its magic in creating small shifts, so when treatment is complete, teeth will be perfectly aligned.

Patients are to wear the aligners for 20-22 hours per day, removing them to eat. It takes 6-9 months for full treatment, after which Express Your Smile® will send retainers and a bleaching kit to brighten the teeth.

Customized Plan

Trial aligners will be sent first to assure that they fit and are comfortable. Once the trial period ends, patients are sent five sets of aligners for lower and upper teeth that are worn for two weeks each. Before moving on to the next set of five aligners, an out-of-office consult will be completed to be sure the aligners are comfortable and fitting properly. Then, patients are sent the final set of five aligners in the mail. Finally, once treatment is complete, a free set of lower and upper retainers and bleaching kit are sent.

Express Your Smile Costs

Express Your Smile clear aligners are a fraction of the cost of other forms of teeth straigtening treatments, with an upfront payment option of $1595. Some orthodontic insurances do cover the cost and financing options are available through Express Your Smile®, allowing for any budget to receive the benefits of treatment.

Decreased Doctor Visits

Using Express Your Smile® aligners to straighten a smile is advantageous because there’s less treatment time and less doctor visits. This at-home treatment uses the most advanced technology and is more affordable than traditional orthodontic treatment.

About Express Your Smile®

Dr Aaron Farrokh received his Doctor of Dental Medicine from University of Connecticut with an undergraduate degree from University of Rochester.

Dr Farrokhs practice provides complete smile makeover treatments plus Sleep Apnea solutions and other family dental services in the Newington CT area within Hartford County.

To learn more about Express Your Smile invisible aligners, call 860-698-4227 or visit eastcedardental.com.

Contact Info:
Name: Dr Aaron Farrokh
Organization: East Cedar Dental
Address: 59 E Cedar St, Newington , CT 06111, United States

For more information, please visit http://www.eastcedardental.com/

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 331047

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