Invisalign® orthodontic treatment offers a discreet and convenient alternative to traditional braces. It utilizes a series of clear, removable aligners to gradually straighten teeth and correct various dental misalignments. With Invisalign® , patients can achieve a straighter smile without the need for metal brackets or wires. The aligners are custom-made using advanced digital dentistry techniques, including 3D scanning and computer-aided design (CAD). This technology allows for precise measurements and virtual treatment planning, ensuring optimal results.

Invisalign® aligners are comfortable to wear and can be easily removed for eating, brushing, and flossing. The treatment duration varies depending on individual needs, but most patients see noticeable improvements within a few months. Invisalign® is an effective solution for common orthodontic issues like overcrowding, gaps between teeth, overbites, underbites, and crossbites. It provides a discreet and aesthetic option for both adults and teenagers seeking orthodontic treatment.

Invest in your smile with Invisalign® to achieve the straight, confident smile you’ve always desired.




To begin the process, you’ll come into Diablo Dental Group for a consultation with Dr. Aziz or Dr. Lim.

After they assess your smile to determine that you’re a good candidate for Invisalign® , they will take digital images of your teeth.

Next, this information will be used to develop your customized treatment plan and create your aligners.



Once your aligners are fabricated by Invisalign® and sent to our office, you’ll pick up your first few sets.

After a brief meeting with one of our doctors to go over instructions for wearing your aligners, your treatment with Invisalign® will begin!

You will wear your aligners for 20-22 hours per day for the duration of your treatment.



You’ll switch to a new set of aligners about every 1 weeks and come back to our office for a quick consultation every six weeks.

During this consultation, we’ll check your progress and provide you with your next several sets of aligners. This process continues until your treatment is complete.

Most patients require 20-24 sets of aligners, making the average treatment time just under a year.