Invisalign in Maple, Vaughan

Invisalign is a dental correction treatment that is designed to correct bites, and teeth in a patient’s mouth. The treatment itself is considered rather painless and is known in the dental community as the invisible braces. This treatment option is ideal for those who need corrective treatment but are self-conscious of the traditional metal braces look. 

Maple Dental Health is one of the few clinics in the Vaughan region that specialises in Invisalign treatments. We have the training, and the ability to efficiently administer the technology for our patients and are always available to answer any questions or concerns along the way! See how Maple Dental Health can help deliver a better smile with Invisalign today. 

Why Invisalign?

  • Invisalign treatments are often up to 50% faster in delivering results than traditional braces
  • Invisalign is considered the most comfortable option for teeth aligner methods
  • Invisalign is the most advanced clear aligner on the market, with hundreds of thousands of positive reviews

How Does Invisalign Work?

When you are looking for Invisalign in Maple, Vaughan, there is no one better than the team at Maple Dental Health. Our dentists are considered some of the top local experts in the field, and no matter if you are looking for a simple tooth correction or dealing with full alignment concerns, our team is here for you. 

It all starts with the Invisalign procedure which is quite simple. We create a custom treatment plan that is mapped out with state-of-the-art software that utilises dental x-rays and measurements to ensure that your aligners fit you perfectly. Once your aligners arrive at Maple Dental Health, we start your Invisalign treatment and monitor your progress. 

For those who are looking at removing wisdom teeth, there are no adverse effects to complete the removal of wisdom teeth before or after an Invisalign treatment. 

If the patient can maintain their treatment correctly, typically, your alignment will be completed up to 50% faster than with traditional smile correction methods. 

Invisalign Process

The Invisalign process is one that depends on a three-step process from initial assessment to final alignment. The treatment is designed to produce straight teeth and a better overall dental future. Here are the three steps to the Invisalign treatment. 

Step 1

One of the specialists at Maple Dental Health will take a series of X-rays of your mouth and teeth to help craft your personalised treatment plan with Invisalign. By utilising the Invisalign program, your dentist will then be able to showcase what your teeth look like now and will be able to show you how your teeth and smile will change throughout the process. Once the x-rays are taken, we will then start work on step two.

Step 2

Step two is one of the most critical in the Invisalign process and is where the infamous aligner trays are created and moulded. Aligners are custom designed for your mouth and are made from smooth plastic to ensure your mouth is not irritated or bothered during the treatment. These aligners are not permanent but instead, are designed to be replaced every two weeks for the length of the treatment. 

Step 3

The final and most straightforward part of the Invisalign process is wearing your aligner trays. As noted earlier, Invisalign trays are designed to be smooth and comfortable plastic aligners that are to be worn for two-week portions before being switched out. This means that during a 50-week treatment for a typical patient, they will be switching their trays 25 times during the process. Although this might seem excessive, the process is designed to fix crooked and misaligned teeth over the entire time of the treatment and thus requires slight changes to the aligners throughout. 

As well, as a patient, it should be noted that you are expected to wear your aligner trays always, except during meal times and brushing your teeth. This means for the average patient; the trays need to be in place for up to 22 hours per day and should not be played with or taken out excessively. Failure to wear the trays for the required amount of time can result in delays to your results, and a longer treatment plan.Naturally, as the process is a functional and continually changing, you may get faster or slower results than your initial estimate, but do not fret this is normal. Teeth alignment is a process, and the Invisalign process can deliver your perfect smile in the long run. 

Is Invisalign Right for You?

When you are looking at Invisalign treatment, you need to consider a few things.

First, Invisalign is only designed to fix specific alignment issues. It is incredibly useful in treating gaped or crowded teeth, over and under bits and crossbites. However, if you are dealing with other problems, other traditional methods might be a better fit for your dental care. 

Secondly, Invisalign is not a cheap option, and the price of the technology is often an obstacle for those with limited or no dental coverage. 

Third, Invisalign is an effective treatment for those who are committed, but for the best results, patients need to have their aligner in 22 hours per day. For some patients, this is not possible, but the success of the treatment will naturally depend on your ability to keep to a strict treatment plan. 

Finally, Invisalign was designed to help teenagers and adults treat dental issues without the need for bulky traditional braces, but it is not for everyone. If you are considering Invisalign, it is best to consult with a dentist and complete an assessment to see if Invisalign is the best way forward for your oral health. 

After Invisalign

Once the Invisalign process is completed there is still some work to do. To maintain your smile and perfect teeth you will need to work hard to continue to practice proper oral care, which could also mean that your dentist might supply you with a retainer to wear at night. This kind of treatment is not out of the question and will ensure that the results of your Invisalign treatment are permanent. As well, you should expect to continue to have regular dental check-ups throughout your time with Invisalign and after your treatment. This will ensure there are no issues with cavities or other concerns that may come up. Finally, for those who are considering wisdom teeth removal, it does not matter if you complete the removals before or after your Invisalign treatment. 


If you are considering Invisalign treatments, it is about time that you called the real experts in Vaughan at Maple Dental Health.

We have been working within the community for years, and as the local experts in Invisalign, there is no one better suited to assist in your tooth journey. 

Call us today and find out when our next availability is for an assessment is today!

Invisalign Process

The Invisalign process is one that depends on a three-step process from initial assessment to final alignment. The treatment is designed to produce straight teeth and a better overall dental future. Here are the three steps to the Invisalign treatment. 

Step 1

One of the specialists at Maple Dental Health will take a series of X-rays of your mouth and teeth to help craft your personalised treatment plan with Invisalign. By utilising the Invisalign program, your dentist will then be able to showcase what your teeth look like now and will be able to show you how your teeth and smile will change throughout the process. Once the x-rays are taken, we will then start work on step two.

Step 2

Step two is one of the most critical in the Invisalign process and is where the infamous aligner trays are created and moulded. Aligners are custom designed for your mouth and are made from smooth plastic to ensure your mouth is not irritated or bothered during the treatment. These aligners are not permanent but instead, are designed to be replaced every two weeks for the length of the treatment. 

Step 3

The final and most straightforward part of the Invisalign process is wearing your aligner trays. As noted earlier, Invisalign trays are designed to be smooth and comfortable plastic aligners that are to be worn for two-week portions before being switched out. This means that during a 50-week treatment for a typical patient, they will be switching their trays 25 times during the process. Although this might seem excessive, the process is designed to fix crooked and misaligned teeth over the entire time of the treatment and thus requires slight changes to the aligners throughout. 

As well, as a patient, it should be noted that you are expected to wear your aligner trays always, except during meal times and brushing your teeth. This means for the average patient; the trays need to be in place for up to 22 hours per day and should not be played with or taken out excessively. Failure to wear the trays for the required amount of time can result in delays to your results, and a longer treatment plan.Naturally, as the process is a functional and continually changing, you may get faster or slower results than your initial estimate, but do not fret this is normal. Teeth alignment is a process, and the Invisalign process can deliver your perfect smile in the long run. 

If you are considering Invisalign treatments, it is about time that you called the real experts in Vaughan at Maple Dental Health.

We have been working within the community for years, and as the local experts in Invisalign, there is no one better suited to assist in your tooth journey. 

Call us today and find out when our next availability is for an assessment is today!

Invisalign FAQ

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How much does Invisalign cost?

Invisalign costs will depend on the treatment. At Maple Dental Health the treatment starts at $3000. 

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Is Invisalign covered by insurance in Canada?

It will depend on your insurance, but many leading dental insurance companies will provide coverage for a portion of the treatment or could cover the full cost of Invisalign treatments. 

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Is it cheaper to get braces or Invisalign?

This will depend on the type of the treatment you need, and what is being worked on. However, in general, traditional braces are cheaper option but do come with their issues such as mouth irritation and a longer treatment plan. 

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Does Invisalign fix an overbite?

Invisalign treatments can fix a range of alignment concerns including overbite, underbite and crossbites. The treatment is also able to fix gapped and crowded teeth with ease. 

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Can Invisalign help TMJ?

TMJ is generally considered a chronic disease and is not alleviated with Invisalign treatments. However, for those with TMJ, you can have your teeth or bite corrected without the issues and pain that come with traditional braces. 

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Is Invisalign treatment painful?

Unlike the other methods of alignment, Invisalign is often considered painless. The aligner trays are designed to be comfortable and are made from smooth plastic. There is no metal or bands, and the treatment is often faster than traditional methods. 

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Can anyone tell that I am wearing the aligners?

Invisalign is designed to be a discreet method of aligning your teeth, but if people look carefully, they might be able to notice a difference with your teeth. If you stay away from excess coffee, red wine and cigarettes, your trays should remain clear for the entirety of that set. 

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Will wearing Invisalign clear aligners affect my speech?

No, Invisalign clear aligners will not alter or modify your speech. The trays are designed only to affect your teeth, and you might see slight alterations when speaking when you first receive your trays. 

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Can I eat with Invisalign in?

No, Invisalign trays are designed to be taken out during meal times. However, as soon as you finish eating you should brush your teeth, and then place your tray back in to ensure you are receiving adequate treatment. 

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Can I drink with Invisalign in?

Yes, but generally only water. If you are drinking other liquids, you can see staining on your Invisalign trays which could result in your trays becoming discoloured which would make them visible to others! 

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Can I take my aligners off whenever I need to?

You can, but Invisalign is designed to be worn 22 hours per day during the entire treatment. The only time you need to remove your trays should be to eat food or brush your teeth. Otherwise, the trays should be in place. 

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What is the best way to clean my aligners?

The best way to clean your aligners is old fashioned water and elbow grease. Use a clean toothbrush without toothpaste, and warm water to softly massage the trays to avoid discolouration. 

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What should I do if I lose or break an aligner?

If you lose or break an aligner, you need to contact Maple Dental Health as soon as possible. We will be able to get you into the office to reapply a tray or provide you with a repair on site the next day. 

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Will I need to wear a retainer after Invisalign treatment?

Generally, yes. Invisalign treatments are often quite short, but patients are also advised to continue wearing a retainer at night to ensure the teeth do not shift after the treatments are concluded. 

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Is Invisalign covered by insurance in Canada?

It will depend on your insurance, but many leading dental insurance companies will provide coverage for a portion of the treatment or could cover the full cost of Invisalign treatments. 

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Does Invisalign fix an overbite?

Invisalign treatments can fix a range of alignment concerns including overbite, underbite and crossbites. The treatment is also able to fix gapped and crowded teeth with ease. 

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Is Invisalign treatment painful?

Unlike the other methods of alignment, Invisalign is often considered painless. The aligner trays are designed to be comfortable and are made from smooth plastic. There is no metal or bands, and the treatment is often faster than traditional methods. 

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Will wearing Invisalign clear aligners affect my speech?

No, Invisalign clear aligners will not alter or modify your speech. The trays are designed only to affect your teeth, and you might see slight alterations when speaking when you first receive your trays. 

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Can I drink with Invisalign in?

Yes, but generally only water. If you are drinking other liquids, you can see staining on your Invisalign trays which could result in your trays becoming discoloured which would make them visible to others! 

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What is the best way to clean my aligners?

The best way to clean your aligners is old fashioned water and elbow grease. Use a clean toothbrush without toothpaste, and warm water to softly massage the trays to avoid discolouration. 

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Will I need to wear a retainer after Invisalign treatment?

Generally, yes. Invisalign treatments are often quite short, but patients are also advised to continue wearing a retainer at night to ensure the teeth do not shift after the treatments are concluded. 

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