Kennewick Dentist Invisalign Invisible Braces Teeth Alignment Services Launched

Professional dental clinic Southridge Dental launched an updated range of Invisalign treatments, teeth alignment, and jaws repositioning dental services for local patients. The clinic uses cutting-edge materials and technology to ensure that all patients enjoy a safe and comfortable dental experience.

Kennewick, United States - May 21, 2019 /NewsNetwork/ —

Southridge Dental, a professional dental clinic, based in Kennewick, Washington, announced the launch of an updated range of Invisalign invisible braces, teeth alignment, jaw repositioning, removable retainers and space maintainers solutions for local patients interested in obtaining a perfect smile. The clinic’s experienced dentists and team work together to ensure that each patient’s dental experience is comfortable and takes place in a relaxing environment.

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At Southridge Dental, the dental team want to help each patient create their best smile. For patients who would like a straighter smile, their in-house dental specialist Dr. Sean Simper is proud to offer Invisalign braces for both adult and teenage patients.

As teeth can have spacing, crowding or position issues due to many reasons, Dr. Simper will first conduct a smile analysis and let patients know if they are a good candidate for Invisalign clear braces.

Invisalign is the modern solution to teeth straightening. Instead of traditional approaches that use wires and brackets, Invisalign uses plastic aligner trays to reposition the teeth gently. Each Invisalign aligner is custom-made and comfortable. Their clear design also makes them incredibly discreet.

In addition, Invisalign aligners are removable, so they do not interfere with the patient’s dental hygiene. This system offers a teeth straightening solution without the discomfort of traditional braces and is equally effective with adults and teenagers.

Regardless of the type of treatment patients need, the team at Southridge Dental are committed to providing patients and their family with safe, gentle, high quality dental care. Their office is designed with patients in mind and focuses on providing quality care, respecting patient time and assuring comfort so visiting Southridge Dental will be something patients look forward to.

A satisfied patient said: “ Easiest time I have ever spent in the chair! Dr. Simper takes time to explain everything with no surprises. He listens to concerns and adjusts himself to make you feel more comfortable. AND, the support staff are phenomenal! Greet you by name and are always happy to assist! I am so glad I finally found a dental home for my family!”

Interested parties can find more by visiting the above-mentioned website or accessing

Contact Info:
Name: Kristina Andres
Email: Send Email
Organization: Southridge Dental
Address: 3911 W 27th Ave Suite #105, Kennewick, WA 99337-2483, United States
Phone: +1-509-581-0081

Source: NewsNetwork

Release ID: 514830

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