Say Cheese! Invisalign and Our Wine N’ Smile Event | Schnecksville Dentist

As a professional adult, we know that our outer appearances mean a lot to our day-to-day lives. It affects our careers, our personal lives and our overall self-esteem. But what if your smile is your personal issue? After all, a smile is the first thing a stranger sees when meeting you, so most adults feel that their smile is a very necessary focus when addressing their first impressions towards others. Our Wine N’ Smile event will give you the boost needed on the path to a perfect smile.

Thankfully, there are ways around fixing your crooked smile without anyone knowing. Invisalign is a discreet way to straighten your teeth without having to use traditional braces. With Invisalign, you will receive a series of treatments where clear plastic aligners are custom created for an individual patient. Each aligner is worm for a specific period of time, slowly and slightly correcting the patient’s bite. As the patient completes the specified time with each aligner, the teeth slowly shift into their proper position.

The aligners should be worn as often as possible – generally 20-22 hours each day. They can be removed while you eat, and when you brush your teeth, but are generally worn while awake and asleep. Because the aligners are removed while you eat, you’re free to eat virtually anything you’d normally eat – there are no concerns about getting food stuck in the wires of traditional braces. Nearly all bite issues can be corrected with Invisalign.

We know it’s important to be proud of the smile you have, and we would like to help you show it off. So, we have put together an event in order to introduce you to the program and answer any questions you may have while casually sipping a glass of wine. Make your reservations for our Wine N’ Smile event today!

For more information about our Wine N‘ Smile event, call Dr. Sandip Ladani in Schnecksville, PA at 610-799-0600 or visit

Dr. Ladani proudly serve patients from Schnecksville and all surrounding areas.