King Orthodontics is proud to announce that Drs. Earle and Bryan King have been awarded the Lifetime Achievement Award from Invisalign®. This prestigious award is presented to those orthodontists who have treated more than 3,000 patients with the Invisalign system. This award is given to only four orthodontic practices each year, and we are humbled to be granted this honor!
King Orthodontics started treating patients with Invisalign just 15 years ago, and in that time, we’ve helped thousands of adults and teens get a beautiful smile and a proper bite.
King Orthodontics is the only Invisalign provider in our area that is an Invisalign Premier Elite Provider. This designation means that a provider is among the top 1% of all providers in North America.
Dr. Bryan King has also accepted a position with Seton Hill University’s Center for Orthodontics, where he will teach orthodontic residents how to properly use the Invisalign System and how to treat patients with various bite issues.
With so many patients using Invisalign in their practice, Drs. King are both able to treat difficult cases using Invisalign, including patients who may have heard previously that Invisalign couldn’t be used.
Invisalign is an approved orthodontic appliance that straightens your teeth and improves your bite without using traditional metal braces. When you choose Invisalign, Dr. King will be able to show you what your teeth will look like after your procedure—before you’ve even started! That kind of sneak peeks lets you know just how you’ll look and what your smile will look like. Patients love Invisalign because it:
It’s very common for a teen or an adult to have teeth that aren’t straight—but they often don’t realize the health consequences of a bad bite. It can cause speech and digestion problems and can contribute to dental issues because it can be difficult to clean teeth that aren’t in the proper position. Invisalign can correct crowding, gapped teeth, crossbites, overbites, and underbites. It keeps your mouth a body healthy.
Invisalign is actually a series of clear plastic aligners that fit over your top and bottom teeth. Every two weeks, after a set of aligners, has moved your teeth a small amount, you’ll replace them with the next set, which will continue moving your teeth.
Using X-rays, digital images, and molds were taken from your mouth and teeth, Invisalign and your orthodontist create your custom treatment. Since it’s only for you, it straightens your teeth and corrects your bite to be exactly as it should be.
If you’d like to try Invisalign—or if you’re interested in having your teen use Invisalign Teen—contact King Orthodontics today. With more than 3,000 cases treated by Dr. Earle and Dr. Bryan King, you know that you will be in good hands!