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Advanced Technology

Advanced Technology

Maple Tree Dental uses advanced dental technology to give patients the best possible experience.

Compassionate Staff

Compassionate Staff

Our staff will make sure every patient feels welcomed when they walk through our doors.

Experienced Dentist in Easton

Experienced Dentist in Easton

At our dental clinic in Easton, PA, patients are in good hands. Our dentists have years of experience.

Focus on Patient Comfort

Focus on Patient Comfort

We care for each patient as an individual and always ensure our patients are relaxed and comfortable.

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INVISALIGN IN EASTON, PA

Here at Maple Tree Dental, we strive to provide our patients with the very best dental and orthodontic care in Easton, PA, and the surrounding areas. At Maple Tree Dental, we have unmatched expertise with the Invisalign®️ type appliances.

SO, HOW DO THE INVISALIGN®️ ALIGNERS WORK?

  • You will need to wear each set of your aligners for two to three weeks before getting the next set.
  • Take your aligners out only when you eat, drink, chew gum, floss, or brush.
  • You will begin to notice that your teeth are moving a little each week.
  • Make sure you make your appointments every 6-10 weeks.
  • The number of aligners you will get during the treatment time will be 15-35.
  • The entire treatment time will be about 12-24 months, similar to regular braces.
  • The Invisalign®️ method will fit into your life the way you want them too. The aligners are invisible, and most people will not even be able to tell you have them on.
  • The Invisalign®️ product can offer you more convenience than any other option on the market. It is removable so the aligner can be taken out for meetings, special occasions, or speaking engagements. It not only will give you the flexibility you need but it will benefit your health at the same time.
  • It does not matter how busy you get; you will not have a schedule weighed down with all those visits to the orthodontist. It all depends on the individual case, but you may only have to see your dentist one time every six weeks to pick up your new aligners and have your progress checked.