Orthodontist Offers Invisalign to Goleta CA

Kubisch and Ferris Orthodontics has been helping patients in Goleta achieve a beautiful smile they have always dreamed of for many years. Although there are many treatment options to reach this smile, in recent years, Invisalign has grown and taken over the orthodontic industry. This treatment allows Dr. Kubisch and Dr. Ferris to give their Santa Barbara County patients the same results as braces, but without the traditional “metal mouth” look. Instead, Invisalign uses comfortable and removable clear aligners that gradually straighten your teeth to perfection.
Along with being almost invisible, Invisalign is removable. While eating, drinking, brushing, or flossing, Invisalign is removed. This allows the cleaning of your teeth to be easier and also lessens the risk of plaque or tartar build up. Because the aligners are clear plastic trays, there is no metal involved thus giving no reason for abrasions of the mouth. With less trouble than traditional metal braces, less time is spent at the Kubisch and Ferris Orthodontics office in Goleta or Santa Barbara, CA.
Just like metal or porcelain braces, Invisalign treats a variety of cases including crowding, spacing, crossbite, overbite and underbite. Although this treatment option is used on many patients, it is important to see your Invisalign orthodontist in Goleta CA for a consultation to make sure Invisalign is right for you. If you have not scheduled a consultation yet, please call Kubisch and Ferris Orthodontics at our Santa Barbara office for more information!

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