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General dentist, Dr. Jacqueline Subka, now welcomes patients in the Calabasas, CA area for Invisalign® orthodontics solutions. Patients with gapped, crooked, or misaligned bites can enjoy the discreet alternative to traditional braces.
CALABASAS, Calif. (PRWEB) May 01, 2019
Dr. Jacqueline Subka now invites patients from Calabasas, CA for Invisalign®. The discreet alternative to traditional bracket-and-wire orthodontics, fixes crooked, gapped, or misaligned teeth without the discomfort or hindrance of metal braces. Preferred by patients and approved by dentist and orthodontists, Invisalign is becoming the leading orthodontics treatment today.
Many patients find that traditional metal braces hinder their oral hygiene routine, dietary habits, and confidence in social or professional situations. Invisalign® is an orthodontics alternative that uses discreet clear aligners instead of metal brackets and wires to straighten teeth. Preferred by adults as well as teens, Invisalign straightens teeth as effectively as traditional methods, but without the discomfort, unsightly metal, or modified hygiene routine or eating habits. Patients also prefer Invisalign due to its highly discreet appearance while being worn.
Patients who undergo Invisalign treatment have impressions taken of their teeth, which are used to design the series of custom clear aligners. Worn for 20-22 hours a day, these aligners gradually straighten teeth over the course of treatment. Patients can enjoy an unrestricted diet as the aligners are removed to eat, drink, and for normal oral hygiene care.
“Invisalign works the same way as traditional braces, but the movement is more controlled, more comfortable, and it is better looking. You’ll get straight teeth and won’t have the inconveniences of traditional braces.” – Dr. Jacqueline Subka
Due to the highly durable clear aligner system and custom tooth movement of custom trays, patients can enjoy a comfortable and convenient transition into straight, healthy teeth. Straight teeth make it easier to brush and floss, decreasing the likelihood of cavities or gum disease developing. Teeth in alignment also stabilize the jaw joints to reduce the risk for teeth grinding and temporomandibular join (TMJ) issues.
Candidates for Invisalign include those with crooked, gapped, and crowded teeth as well as patients who have overbite, underbite, crossbite, or open bite. Patients in Calabasas, CA interested in learning more about Invisalign can schedule an orthodontics consultation with Dr. Subka at her practice in Thousand Oaks by calling 805-373-1919 or visiting http://www.subkadds.com.
About the Dentist
Dr. Jacqueline Subka is a general dentist offering personalized dental care for patients in Thousand Oaks, CA since 1999. Dr. Subka received her dental degree from the prestigious University of Southern California School of Dentistry in Los Angeles. Dr. Subka practices gentle dentistry and incorporates state-of-the-art techniques to provide leading, minimally invasive care. She and her team are committed to continuing education and strive to provide high-quality, personalized dental care to each patient. To learn more about Dr. Subka and the dental services she provides, visit her website at http://www.subkadds.com or call 805-373-1919.
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