Long Beach Invisalign Braces Specialist
Dr. Jay Rassouli is a Long Beach Invisalign Premier provider and has treated over 600 patients with Invisalign alone. We remain one of the few practices to earn this title by having the highest number of successfully treated patients with Invisalign in the Long Beach area. As a potential patient, this means that you can feel confident in our experience and successful results with patients like you.
Offers a More Flexible Lifestyle
In addition to the comfort and appearance benefits of Invisalign, the system’s aligners will make your life easier as you adapt to your orthodontic treatment. You see, unlike braces Invisalign aligners are removable. As such, you have no dietary restrictions like you would with braces because you can simply take your Invisalign aligners out whenever you eat. Moreover, you can take out your Invisalign aligners to brush and floss (making your oral hygiene routine easier), and for special occasions as well.
We Make Invisalign Affordable
At Rassouli DDS we want to make Invisalign a reality for all of our patients. This means providing a cost that most people can afford. For a limited time, you can obtain full Invisalign treatment for only $3,899. This includes a thorough exam, x-rays and records. We also accept credit cards and provide third party financing through Care Credit.
Invisalign Treats Many Conditions
Invisalign can effectively and efficiently treat a variety of problems, such as:
- Overly crowded teeth
- Widely spaced teeth
How Invisalign Works
The first step of the Invisalign process is ascertaining whether or not you are a good fit for the treatment. Certified by Align Technology, Dr. Rassouli can provide proper Invisalign diagnosis and treatment.
Once you have been approved to receive Invisalign treatment, your personal Invisalign aligners will be custom made using advanced computer technology.
From there, each specially calibrated Invisalign aligner will be worn for two weeks. As this process continues, each time an aligner is replaced your teeth will gradually move closer and closer towards the final optimal position.