Dr. Frank Avason Offers Invisalign as Better Alternative to Traditional Braces

Dr. Frank Avason Offers Invisalign as Better Alternative to Traditional Braces

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Denver, NC cosmetic dentist, Dr. Frank Avason, is offering teen and adult patients a better, more aesthetic alternative to getting the straight, beautiful smile they dream of without having to resort to traditional braces.

April 6, 2014 /MM-prReach/ —

Denver, NC cosmetic dentist, Dr. Frank Avason, is offering teen and adult patients a better, more aesthetic alternative to getting the straight, beautiful smile they dream of without having to resort to traditional braces. With Invisalign, patients are able to work on improving their smile with virtually unnoticeable clear, plastic aligners.

Invisalign has also shown to be an effective solution for adult patients who previously had braces in their younger years, but have since experienced a shifting of their teeth, resulting in crowding or gaps.

“With Invisalign, patients no longer have to forego a straight smile just because they don’t want traditional braces to affect their image,” said Dr. Frank Avason, Invisalign dentist in Denver, NC. “This treatment allows our patients to look great while working towards an even better looking smile.”

Invisalign has shown to be effective for mild to moderate crowding, gapping, and misalignment. Dr. Avason uses the latest 3D imaging technology to create a series of clear aligners made from soft plastic that gradually shift teeth into place over a period of 9-18 months.

With Invisalign, patients have much more lifestyle flexibility by being able to remove the aligners for eating and cleaning. Patients are instructed to wear their Invisalign trays 22 hours per day, but are able to remove them for special occasions such as interviews, meetings, photographs, reunions, etc.

Beyond Invisalign, Dr. Avason and his staff provide a variety of other treatments and services for their local patients. Dr. Avason is a highly skilled dental implants dentist in Denver, NC for patients with missing, failing, or broken teeth. For those who experience anxiety about the dentist, he is a certified sedation dentist in Denver, NC. For patients who want a quick and painless improvement for their smile, Dr. Avason and his staff also provide in-office teeth whitening.

Dr. Frank Avason received his DMD degree from the University of Kentucky College of Dentistry, where he graduated 8th in his class. Prior to dental school, Dr. Avason also received a pharmaceutical degree from Albany College of Pharmacy. Dr. Avason participated in a three-year periodontal residency in the United Kingdom and also earned a Master of Science degree by doing so. He stays current in the pharmaceutical industry in addition to practicing dentistry to ensure that he provides his patients with the latest and most advanced health care. He is a member of several professional dental organizations, including the American Academy of Periodontology, the ADA, and North Carolina Dental Society.

To learn more about the Invisalign system and the other services offered at Avason Family Dentistry, please visit www.AvasonFamilyDentistry.com and https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vNyKxekYxVs.

Contact Info:
Name: Dr. Frank Avason
Email: doctor@avasonfamilydentistry.com
Phone: (704) 820-9797
Organization: Frank Avason III, DMD, MS, PA

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