Your smile is one of your most important assets, so crooked, crowded, or gapped teeth can dramatically lower your self-esteem.
If traditional braces are not a good fit for your lifestyle, Invisalign® aligners may be the right solution.
Wondering why so many patients at David C. Henderson, D.M.D. General Dentistry PA in Carthage, MS, are choosing Invisalign?
Here's how it works...
Find out If Invisalign Is Right for You
You don't have to get braces to achieve the smile you've always wanted. With Invisalign treatment, you can correct dental misalignment and reach your goals in just 12 to 18 months.
Dr. David C. Henderson and Dr. Laura Katherine Henderson Jones have been serving the communities of Jackson, Philadelphia, and Carthage, MS, for over three decades and are members of various important dental organizations:
- American Dental Association
- Missouri Dental Society
- Jackson Dental Society
- American Orthodontics Society
To find out if you or your teen are good candidates for Invisalign treatment, request a dental appointment online or call us:
"The Staff Here Are Wonderful" Highly Reviewed by Our Patients
Had a root canal Monday November 26th 2018 never felt a thing. And all of the staff were so pleasant and Dr Henderson and Dr Jones are by far the best dentists I have ever visited. I will use them from now on and I suggest you do as well !!!!
I would recommend Dr. Henderson’s practice to anyone! I have been going here since I was a little girl and now I have all three of my children going. I recently took my two year old for her first dentist appointment and she loved it and can’t wait to go back! The staff here are wonderful, very helpful, and make you feel like family as soon as you walk through the door.
Invisalign Can Correct Various Orthodontic Issues
Underbites, crossbites, overbites, and open bites can affect your ability to chew properly or enunciate correctly. Invisalign can address most mild to complex cases of dental misalignment, but traditional orthodontics may be a better option if you have a severe case of malocclusion.
Gapped teeth can also affect your speaking and eating abilities. By gently applying force to your teeth, clear aligners can gradually close gaps between teeth and give you a more symmetrical, harmonious smile.
Millions of Patients Have Chosen Invisalign
A Brief Overview of Invisalign Treatment
Exactly how long treatment will take, the number of aligners you'll need, and other specifics will vary based on your needs. But one thing remains the same across the board: the treatment plan is simple.
The Results Are Life-Changing
After Invisalign, you can expect to enjoy several benefits:
- Improved self-confidence
- Easier brushing and flossing
- Cleaner teeth, healthier gums, and better breath
- A more comfortable bite
- Improved enunciation when you speak
If you wish to further enhance the results of your treatment, Dr. Henderson and Dr. Henderson Jones also offer various cosmetic dentistry treatments including dental bonding, gum contouring, porcelain veneers, teeth whitening, and complete makeovers.
"Visits Are Always Excellent" More Praise from Our Patients
Besides being very good dentists, they are very kind and patient. The whole staff is great !
My visit to Dr. Henderson is always excellent. The nurses and himself always make me feel comfortable and even the receptionist is nice.
How Can You Keep Your Teeth from Shifting?
We understand that orthodontic treatment is a significant investment, and Dr. Henderson and Dr. Henderson Jones want to ensure that your investment is protected for a lifetime.
During your final orthodontic appointment at our Carthage, MS, office, we will provide you with a retainer or a final set of aligners to wear as a retainer. Most people who have received orthodontic treatment will need to wear their retainers nightly for the rest of their lives. A retainer is a medical device, so you will need to take it with you when you travel and brush it thoroughly every day. By wearing your retainer and maintaining regular dental appointments, you can enjoy confidence in your newly straightened teeth for years to come.