Why Invisalign?

Why Invisalign?

You can achieve a beautiful smile without the discomfort of metal braces. Invisalign is an effective alternative to metal braces that incorporates see-through orthodontic trays. These sleek, comfortable aligners are custom-made to fit your teeth perfectly.

Dr. Wells will create a series of clear Invisalign aligners based on your optimal smile. Each set of aligners is designed to move your teeth closer to reach your end goal and create a straight and beautiful grin.


Sophisticated | Why should anyone have to know you are wearing braces? You can maintain a professional look with these undetectable orthodontics.
Removable | Patients love that they can remove Invisalign to eat and to clean their teeth. Invisalign allows you to eat all of your favorite foods without damaging your braces. You can also brush and floss your teeth without tricky tools or techniques.
Comfortable | Brackets and wires can cut or irritate the mouth. The plastic trays of Invisalign are a smoother way to wear braces.


  • Many patients see straight teeth in as little as 5-10 months!
  • Invisalign can correct overbite, underbite, crossbite, crowding, spaces, or general crookedness
  • Invisalign is convenient for patients of any age
  • Your Invisalign braces are removable for family photos or big social occasions
  • These aligners can quickly give you the smile you’ve always wanted!

You can come in for your initial consultation with Dr. Wells to determine whether or not Invisalign treatment is right for you. If you are a good candidate for Invisalign, we will take digital impressions of your teeth and use them to design your Invisalign trays.

Once you are satisfied with your treatment goals, we will provide you with your aligners and instructions. You can switch out your aligners for the next set in the series about every week.


Interested in Invisalign? Come to our Shine & Align event June 13th from 5-9! 

If you RSVP for the event you will receive $750 off and a swag bag. Call today to RSVP 704-933-2115.

Night of special – $600 of!f or 20% off teeth whitening.

  • Check out our previous blog for more information!

Shine & Align!

Join us on June 13th from 5-9pm for a fun night of special pricing, prizes, refreshments, and much more!!

RSVP for $750 off Invisalign and an AMAZING SWAG BAG! 

If you don’t RSVP we still have some good deals of $600 off Invisalign or 20% off teeth whitening!

Call or text to reserve your spot NOW! 704-933-2115 You only have until June 3rd!

These awesome partners will be here enjoying the fun and offering deals on June 13th!

  • Allen Tate Realtors – Jenna Cook
  • Adair
  • Mia Rose Photography
  • Hopes Bridal Boutique
  • Burn Boot Camp
  • Invisalign
  • Couture Glo & Co
  • SkinMedica
  • The Facial Studio by Ira
  • Nostalgia Hollow

May is Blood Pressure Month!

Have you ever been surprised by your blood pressure being checked before your dental appointment? While you would expect this at your doctors appointment it might seem unusual at your dental visit.

Checking your blood pressure is something we will do as soon as you get in the chair and is routine for all dental visits!

While we do everything possible to make you comfortable, undergoing dental work can create stressful feelings. Blood pressure normally increases when stress occurs, including before dental procedures. If you already have issues with high blood pressure, any circumstance that might increase it could lead to health problems or even an emergency like a stroke. If your blood pressure is high, we may forgo any planned procedures and refer you to a physician for further examination.

Local anesthesia is an important part of dental work—without it we couldn’t provide maximum comfort during procedures. Most anesthetics include epinephrine, which helps prolong the numbing effect. Epinephrine also constricts blood vessels, which in turn can elevate blood pressure. We may need to adjust the anesthesia drugs and dosages we use in your case if you have high blood pressure.

The symptoms for high blood pressure can be subtle and often go unnoticed. A blood pressure screening check is often the first indication of a problem. That’s why blood pressure screenings in a variety of healthcare settings are so important. A routine blood pressure check at your dentist (who hopefully sees you at least every six months) is one more opportunity to find out. Discovering you may have high blood pressure is the first step to controlling it and hopefully avoiding more serious conditions like diabetes or cardiovascular disease.