Invisalign®, Bonita Springs

The Clear Choice for a Straighter Smile

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Bonita Springs Florida dentist Doctor Sara Saradano D M D

Pelican Landing is the Best Choice for Invisalign®

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100% Customized Treatment Plans

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Correct A Variety of Orthodontic Issues

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Dental Insurance Welcome & Flexible Financing

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My first experience at Pelican Landing Dental today was amazing. The focus they put on you from the minute you walk in is unlike any dentist office I’ve ever been to... Highly recommend Pelican Landing Dental you will not be disappointed!

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Certified Google Review Steve B., Bonita Springs, FL
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The Invisalign® Process

  • First, You’ll Meet with Us for A Consultation
  • Impressions Help Us Create a Series of Aligners
  • Wear Each Set Of Aligners for 20 to 22 Hours a Day
  • Switch to the Next Set of Aligners Every 2 Weeks
  • You’ll Visit Us for Checkups Every 6-8 Weeks
  • In 12 Months, Your Smile is Straighter!

Issues Invisalign® Can Correct

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  • Crowded or Crooked Teeth
  • Gapped Teeth
  • Overbite
  • Underbite
  • Crossbite

Benefits of Choosing Invisalign®

  • No Painful Wire Adjustment Visits
  • Nearly Invisible Aligners
  • Removable for Easy Cleaning
  • No Dietary Restrictions
  • Fewer Checkups than Metal Braces
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Invisalign® Frequently Asked Questions

Click on any question below to learn the answer.

QWhat Should I Do if I Accidentally Damage an Aligner?

Do not try to force a warped or broken aligner back onto your teeth. Instead, give us a call right away. If you were only a few days away from being able to move on to the next aligner in your series, we might suggest that you begin to wear it a little earlier than planned. Or, if you were closer to the beginning of your time with the damaged aligner, we might recommend that you go back to wearing a previous aligner until we can order a replacement for you.

QDoes Invisalign® Cause Pain?

Invisalign® is more comfortable than traditional metal braces, but you can still expect a little bit of soreness, particularly when you switch to a new aligner. Sipping on cool water, taking an over-the-counter pain reliever, and switching to a new aligner at night can all help to mitigate any discomfort.