Your First Consultation - During your initial consultation, Dr. Varallo will assess your current smile and discuss your treatment options to see which will be the most effective for your case.
A Treatment Plan Made for Your Unique Smile - If it is determined that Invisalign is right for you, we will use a digital scanner to create precise 3D images of your teeth to create multiple sets of customized aligners that follow a specific treatment plan. The aligners are invisible, meaning you can correct your smile discreetly, and without distracting metal wires and brackets you would have with traditional braces.
Few Appointments, Fast Results - During your treatment, we may recommend that you wear the aligners for at least 20 hours a day, only removing them to eat, drink, or practice dental hygiene habits such as brushing and flossing. The aligners are lightweight and made from a comfortable material so you can wear them in comfort throughout the day. Depending on your case, we may ask you to visit our office every 8-10 weeks so Dr. Varallo can check your progress.
All orthodontists can be classified as dentists, but not all dentists can be considered orthodontists. In fact, according to the American Association of Orthodontics, only 6% of dentists are certified in orthodontics!
Receiving Invisalign treatment from a board-certified orthodontist means that you're getting care from a dentist that knows exactly how Invisalign can benefit your smile. An orthodontist will always take a custom, personalized approach to your treatment.
Dr. Daniel Varallo completed his residency in orthodontics and received a Master of Science Degree in Dentistry in 1995. For over 20 years, Dr. Varallo has been practicing his craft and helping patients of all ages achieve a perfect, beautiful smile with a wide variety of orthodontic treatments.
Dr. Varallo is an active member of the Omicron Kappa Upsilon National Honor Society, as well as the American Dental Association and the American Association of Orthodontists. He stays up to date with the latest technological advances in orthodontics by regularly attendeing seminars, lectures, and continuing education courses.