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Dr. Juan Castellanos Offers Patients Straighter Smiles Without Braces

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Cape Coral, FL general and cosmetic dentist, Dr. Juan Castellanos of Coral Dental and Denture is now offering teen and adult patients a better, more attractive alternative to getting a straight, beautiful smile without braces.

May 3, 2014 /MM-prReach/ —

Cape Coral, FL general and cosmetic dentist, Dr. Juan Castellanos of Coral Dental and Denture is now offering teen and adult patients a better, more attractive alternative to getting a straight, beautiful smile without braces. With Invisalign treatment, patients can enjoy the convenience of wearing near-invisible clear plastic aligners that are completely removable and gradually shift teeth into alignment over a period of several months.

Invisalign has become one of the most popular orthodontic treatments for patients who are concerned about the hassle of traditional braces, or the way that traditional metal braces will alter their appearance. Though Invisalign aligners are nearly invisible when worn, they can still be removed for special occasions such as special photos, interviews, meetings, presentations, reunions, and more.

“Our patients love Invisalign because essentially, they don’t have to make smile less attractive before they make it more attractive,” said Dr. Juan Castellanos. “With Invisalign, patients can look great and feel confident in their appearance even while they’re working to improve their smile.”

While not every patient is an ideal candidate for Invisalign, it has been proven to correct mild to moderate orthodontic issues such as large gaps between the teeth, overcrowding of teeth, the misalignment of teeth, underbites, overbites, and crossbites. Dr. Castellanos works with each patient individually and uses the latest 3D technology to customize a series of clear plastic aligners that patients will wear over a period of 9-18 months, wearing a different set of aligners every few weeks. Invisalign patients are not required to visit the dentist as often as traditional orthodontic patients are for wire adjustments.

Because Invisalign patients remove their aligners for eating and drinking, there are no restrictions as to specific foods that patients cannot eat during treatment, unlike with traditional wire braces. Patients should wear their aligners 22 hours per day for maximum results.

Reviews of Dr. Juan Castellanos’ Invisalign treatment in Cape Coral have been outstanding, with patients reporting how happy their wear with having the ability to feel confident with their smile even while wearing the Invisalign aligners.

At Coral Dental and Denture in Cape Coral, FL, Dr. Castellanos and his staff provide a wide range of dental services, including general dentistry, cosmetic dentistry, pediatric dentistry, oral surgery, orthodontia, restorative care, and periodontic treatment. He is committed to incorporating the latest tools, technology, and procedures into patient treatment plans to provide them with the absolute best level of care.

To learn more about Dr. Juan Castellanos and the Invisalign services he offers for patients in Cape Coral, FL, please visit http://www.coraldds.com/ and https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4vHoIt7fQmk.

Contact Info:
Name: Dr. Juan Castellanos
Email: frontdesk@coraldds.com
Phone: (239) 542-3925
Organization: Coral Dental and Denture

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