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Using a system of invisible, computer generated aligners custom made to Dr. Gallagher's treatment plan, Invisalign straightens teeth gradually without the use of visible brackets.  One major advantage of Invisalign is that these aligners are all removable so there is no limitation on what you can eat or drink, and brushing and flossing is much easier than it is with braces.  Invisalign works in correcting most orthodontic problems including cases involving crowding, spacing, crossbite, overbite and underbite.  At our office, we now use a 3D digital scanner and no longer need to take impressions for Invisalign. 


One of the best things about Invisalign is the minimal impact it has on your everyday life.  Since the aligners are so comfortable, you should be able to wear them for the recommended 20 to 22 hours a day without much effort.  Ask Dr. Gallagher if you are a good candidate for Invisalign, and how you can accelerate your Invisalign treatment by using Acceledent ( or Propel (


For more information please give us a call to schedule your free consultation.  You can learn more about Invisalign by visiting or by viewing the Invisalign FAQ video on this page.

Invisalign Treatment FAQ
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Appointment Request

The first step towards a beautiful and healthy smile is to schedule an appointment with Dr. Amanda Gallagher, your premier Nottingham, Abingdon, Baltimore and Columbia, MD orthodontist. Dr. Gallagher and her dedicated team treat patients of all ages. We work with our patients to find a treatment option that best fits the patients’ needs, including: Invisalign, InBrace invisible braces, clear braces and metal braces. We have three convenient orthodontic offices in Nottingham, Abingdon, Baltimore and Columbia; addresses for the offices can be found here.


You can schedule your appointment by giving us a call at our Nottingham, Abingdon, Baltimore or Columbia location, (410)-256-2044. You can also send a request by email to us by clicking here.  We look forward to meeting you in our office!

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