Brace face, metal mouth and all those stereotypical 90’s nicknames can move over because the metal is out and clear is in.
Dr. Greg Pitts, who has practiced dentistry in Utah Valley for 15 years, is holding a free Invisalign screening on Thursday, April 23, from 4–6 p.m.
These “Smile Assessments” are meant to help people see if Invisalign would be an appropriate solution to the crooked smile they might not love. Invisalign is the ideal option for correcting mis-aligned teeth and helping people feel confident about their smile.
If you go
When: Thursday, April 23 from 4–6 p.m.
Where: 9 North 1100 East, American Fork
Cost: FREE screenings
Invisalign goes wireless as a modern alternative to braces. Removing metal from the equation, Invisalign uses smooth plastic aligners that are practically invisible to straighten teeth — a more comfortable way than metal poking the inside of the mouth. These clear retainers are switched out every two weeks until treatment is completed.
Dr. Pitts received his dental training from Creighton University in Omaha, Nebraska. One of Dr. Pitts goals is to make people feel comfortable in his office and with their dental treatment.
“I talk to my patients like they’re my mom, brother or best friend,” Dr. Pitts said. “Sometimes when I make recommendations, I think, ‘If you were my mother, how would I treat you?’ or ‘If you were my daughter, how would I go about fixing this problem?’”
Patients don’t need to make an appointment, but instead the screenings will be held in an open house style where people can stop in at any point between 4 p.m. and 6 p.m. on Thursday, April 23. Plus, people who schedule their first Invisalign appointment during the open house will receive a $500 discount on their treatment.
Skip the metal and get the smile. Now that’s a reason to smile.