If you’ve been to our office lately, you may have noticed we’re bragging just a little bit about our new Top 1% Diamond Invisalign® Provider status.  We’ve got a plaque.  We’ve got stickers. AND . . . we’ve got doctors that are among the top Invisalign® providers nationwide!

What is Invisalign®? 
Invisalign® has become a popular choice for adults and teens wanting a beautiful smile without the use of metal braces. This cutting-edge product straightens teeth by using a series of custom-made, invisible liners that gradually and gently shift teeth into place. The best part of this system is that it is virtually invisible to other people, and because the trays are removable, oral care is easier and there are no restrictions on diet.

So . . .  what is a Top 1% Diamond Invisalign Provider?
As Invisalign® providers, the doctors at Associated Orthodontists have gone through specialized training with Invisalign® to become certified. As they successfully treat our patients with this system, they are ranked by Align Technology. This distinction indicates that Associated Orthodontists has reached one of the highest tiers of experience in treating our patients with Invisalign® — making them experts using this system.

Our doctors’ experience with Invisalign®, combined with their expertise as orthodontists, means they can treat a wider variety of orthodontic cases using this product — making Associated Orthodontists specialists in providing the highest level of care with extraordinary results.

Start your Invisalign® treatment today!
Associated Orthodontists offers Complimentary Consultations, zero-percent financing, flexible payment plans and is in-network with most major insurance programs. Plus, with two convenient appointment options — in-person or virtual —  getting started has never been easier!

Visit greatbraces.com today to find an AO location near you or to schedule your appointment.

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