Scottsdale, AZ dentist, Dr. Rod Gore, uses Invisalign braces to straighten teeth to give patients the confidence of a great smile. Using a series of clear, virtually invisible aligners, Invisalign gently and gradually moves teeth based on a treatment plan prescribed by Dr. Gore. As compared to metal braces, there are no wires or brackets to worry about. Patients will feel comfortable, while maintaining the confidence to smile during and after treatment. In fact, most people won’t even notice that a patient is wearing Invisalign. Since the aligners are removable, the patient can eat whatever he or she wants, as well as easily brush and floss. During treatment, a patient will visit Dr. Gore every 6 – 8 weeks and on average, Invisalign treatment takes less than a year to achieve optimal results.
"Just visited Shawna at Dr. Gore's office. Been working with her for nearly 10 years and she has made an incredible difference with my oral health."- D.B. / Yelp / Sep 20, 2016
"I have been a Patient of Dr. Gore for over 20 years. There is no question, Dr. Gore and his staff are the best in the field. Whether it's a routine check up or an emergency over the week end Rod has always been there for me. Thank You Dr. Gore and Staff, Ron Werner"- R.W. / Google / Oct 15, 2016
"Dr Gore and his entire staff go the extra mile to make sure you are comfortable, understand what is going on, and answer your questions. In my case that included being the connection to both an endodentist and periodontist for the full care I needed. I have always dreaded going to a dentist, but as I told them today " coming here is like coming home " . It sure isn't a " fun " process but the quality of their care makes it worthwhile. You can't do better than Dr Gore and his team. And if you need an endodentist, Dr Tyler is the best."- J.M. / Yelp / Sep 29, 2016
"This review only contains a rating"- S.T. / Google / Aug 03, 2016
"I can't say enough nice things about Dr. Gore and his entire staff. I called late one afternoon with a toothache and was seen before noon the next day. The staff was nice, caring, and attentive. They don't let you sit for more than 5 minutes before they are either attending to your problem or checking to see if you need anything. Every single person at Dr. Gore's office is simply fantastic!!"- C.T. / Yelp / Sep 02, 2016
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To be fitted for Invisalign, a dentist will take photos, digital X-rays, and make impressions of the patient’s teeth. From these, a set of clear, plastic, customized aligners will be created to fit the patient’s mouth. The aligners are part of a treatment plan that will make gradual changes and adjustments to the teeth. A patient wears the aligners for a predetermined amount of time before moving onto the next aligner. Conveniently, aligners are pain-free and easily removable which is ideal for eating, brushing, and flossing.
A dentist will determine how long a patient needs to wear Invisalign depending on the starting condition of the patient’s teeth. New aligners will be created about every 2 weeks or as needed to incrementally adjust the patient’s teeth. Throughout the process, the patient will have regular check-ups with the dentist to confirm the patient’s progress. Most patients achieve full results in 1 – 2 years.
The price of Invisalign is dependent upon the patient’s condition, with more severe cases costing more. For less serious cases, there’s Invisalign Express which is $2,500 to $3,500. More complex cases can cost anywhere from $4,000 to $5,500. Our front office will check with the patient’s insurance carrier to see if any costs will be covered under their policy.
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Do you want information on how to get better-looking, straighter teeth through Invisalign invisible braces? All you have to do is pick up the phone and we’ll set you up for initial consultation. We can’t wait to help you achieve your dream smile. While Invisalign is safe and effective for most patients, teenagers and adults are the best candidates. It is especially useful for those with overbites, underbites, rotated or crooked teeth, crowded teeth, or excessive spacing between teeth.