Invisalign Oakville


The Itero scanner is a cutting-edge technology that functions much like an intraoral scanner or camera, capturing detailed 3-D images of your mouth. It goes beyond just duplicating soft tissues; it accurately replicates the shape and alignment of your teeth as they are rooted in the jaw. During your scan, you'll have the opportunity to see the alignment of your teeth displayed on a screen. This allows us to identify any misalignments or malocclusions, which refer to issues with your bite. Studies have shown that untreated malocclusion can lead to various dental problems, including worn-down teeth, periodontal disease, decay, abfractions, and potential TMJ (temporomandibular joint) issues. Think of malocclusion like a car with one tire out of balance. Just as the tire wears down unevenly and can result in a flat or a blowout, untreated malocclusion can lead to serious dental issues.

Fortunately, we have an effective solution to address malocclusion: Invisalign

Invisalign is a clear aligner system manufactured by Align Technology using advanced SmartTrack material. Treatment typically involves a series of custom-made aligners, each worn for 1 to 2 weeks, with treatment duration varying based on the complexity of your case. By wearing your clear aligners for about 20 hours a day (and removing them for eating and oral hygiene), you can correct issues like crooked teeth, crowded teeth, overlapping teeth, and spaces between teeth. By addressing malocclusion, you not only prevent the dental problems mentioned earlier but also achieve a stunning, beautiful smile that can last a lifetime. While Invisalign offers numerous benefits, it's essential to consider potential challenges. The main disadvantages may include the cost of treatment and the need for patient cooperation. Patients who do not consistently wear their aligners as directed may experience longer treatment times. However, with proper commitment and adherence to treatment guidelines, Invisalign can provide remarkable results for your smile and oral health.

As your trusted dental care provider, we are here to guide you through every step of your Invisalign journey and help you achieve the smile you've always wanted. Don't hesitate to ask us any questions or express any concerns you may have about Invisalign treatment. Your smile is our priority, and we're committed to helping you achieve optimal oral health and confidence. Contact us to schedule an appointment!

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Teeth Whitening

Over the counter products, take home teeth whitening kits or in-office whitening are the 3 types of Teeth whitening. In-office whitening will provide the longest lasting result and greater depth (6 - 9 shades whiter). We use Opalesence Extra Boost exclusively in our office.


Bonding is used when a tooth has been chipped, damaged, misaligned or stained/ discoloured. A composite material is applied and molded to fit the form of the tooth. A
"bonding light" then dries and sets the material. Once this has been completed, we polish and smooth the material.

Porcelain Veneers

Porcelain veneers provide the same function as bond­ing however they typically last longer. They are used for chipped, damaged, misaligned or discoloured teeth. The veneers are made of a very thin shell of porce­lain that is bonded to the front of the teeth. Once applied it becomes very hard and durable. They resist stains and look very natural. This is a short pro­cedure usually requiring only two appointments.


Bleaching is a very effective treatment for stained or discoloured teeth. A per­oxide solution is applied, stimulated by heat or heat combined with light. Once the solution has been rinsed the teeth have been lightened. This procedure generally needs to be touched up each year. 

Gum Tissue Contouring

Gum tissue contouring, also known as gum reshaping or gum sculpting, is a cosmetic dental procedure that involves shaping and restructuring the gum line to enhance the aesthetics of the smile. This procedure is commonly performed to address issues such as a gummy smile (excessive gum display) or an uneven gum line.

White Fillings

Tooth-colored white fillings, also known as composite resin fillings, offer several advantages compared to traditional amalgam (silver/grey/mercury) fillings, as they are made to match the natural appearance and color of your teeth, providing a more aesthetically pleasing result, especially for visible teeth.