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    • For people who want to straighten their teeth, but don’t want to deal with metal braces, Invisalign can be a great option. Since this technique of using clear aligners is different than that of metal braces, an Invisalign-trained provider is needed to move your smile in the right direct.

      Picking the right provider might seem overwhelming. Luckily, you can visit us at Dr. Magnis in Oxnard, CA to see how we work hand in hand with dental technicians to create perfectly fit clear aligners for you.

      What is Invisalign?

      Invisalign gently and gradually moves your teeth with a series of aligners made just for you. There are a few reasons Invisalign might be a better option for you than traditional metal braces.

      Discrete

      Now you can change your smile gradually without making a loud statement to the world. Invisalign is practically invisible so it won’t get in the way of your look and style.  

      Comfort

      Unlike metal braces that have wires and brackets that can poke and irritate your tongue and the inside of your mouth, Invisalign smoothly moves your teeth gradually towards the look you want.

      Convenient

      With Invisalign you are not forced to brush and floss around brackets and wires or only eat certain types of food. Having clear aligners doesn’t disrupt your normal life the way metal braces tend to affect daily habits.

      Why should I get Invisalign?

      If you are dissatisfied with the look of your smile, Invisalign is the discrete and minimally invasive way to make a change. You may have seen our patients in Oxnard, Ventura, Camarillo, Port Hueneme, Point Mugu Nawc, and the surrounding areas wearing Invisalign aligners and not even known it. Now it’s easier than ever to get the smile you always wanted without drastically changing your life.  

      How do I take care of my Invisalign?

      Since the Invisalign aligners are removable, it is simple and easy to clean them and maintain good oral hygiene. The Invisalign cleaning kit has all you need to help keep your aligners clean, clear, and free of odor. You can also brush them and rinse in lukewarm water.

      You should of course also keep up good oral hygiene habits to maintain a mouth healthy and strong gums. A clean and healthy mouth will also keep your aligners working and looking better.

      How do I know if Invisalign is right for me?

      If you need to change the alignment of your smile for cosmetic or medical reasons, Invisalign might be right for you. For years patients from Oxnard, Ventura, Camarillo, Port Hueneme, Point Mugu Nawc, and the surrounding areas have been coming to Dr. Magnis for expert Invisalign consultations. Give us a call at (805) 616-7102 to schedule a consultation to determine if Invisalign is right for you!

    • Other Services Offered at Marina View Dentistry

    • Maintaining good oral hygiene is one of the most important things you can do for your teeth and gums. Daily preventive care, including proper brushing and flossing, will help stop problems before they develop. This is much less painful, expensive, and worrisome than treating conditions that have been allowed to progress. During your regular checkup we will give you an overview of your oral hygiene.

      Family Dentistry

      Family Dentistry

      Maintaining good oral hygiene is one of the most important things you can do for your teeth and gums. Daily preventive care, including proper brushing and flossing, will help stop problems before they develop. This is much less painful, expensive, and worrisome than treating conditions that have been allowed to progress. During your regular checkup we will give you an overview of your oral hygiene.

    • Crowns are meant to protect the part of the tooth that is seen above the gum line. They are placed there to strengthen the tooth or to enhance its appearance or size. They are also used to secure a bridge or finish a dental implant. There are a quite few different kinds of crowns available, each serving a specific purpose. Our dentist can advise you on whether or not you will need a crown depending on the type of treatment you are receiving.

      Preventive Dentistry

      Preventive Dentistry

      Crowns are meant to protect the part of the tooth that is seen above the gum line. They are placed there to strengthen the tooth or to enhance its appearance or size. They are also used to secure a bridge or finish a dental implant. There are a quite few different kinds of crowns available, each serving a specific purpose. Our dentist can advise you on whether or not you will need a crown depending on the type of treatment you are receiving.

    • Crowns are meant to protect the part of the tooth that is seen above the gum line. They are placed there to strengthen the tooth or to enhance its appearance or size. They are also used to secure a bridge or finish a dental implant. There are a quite few different kinds of crowns available, each serving a specific purpose. Our dentist can advise you on whether or not you will need a crown depending on the type of treatment you are receiving.

      Crowns

      Crowns

      Crowns are meant to protect the part of the tooth that is seen above the gum line. They are placed there to strengthen the tooth or to enhance its appearance or size. They are also used to secure a bridge or finish a dental implant. There are a quite few different kinds of crowns available, each serving a specific purpose. Our dentist can advise you on whether or not you will need a crown depending on the type of treatment you are receiving.

    • The Team

      Our dental team consists of experienced professionals whose passion in providing high quality dental care is unparalleled. The foundation of our dental mission is built from the skill and inspiration of Dr. Ioannis (Yianni) Magnis, who leads our team with the utmost dedication. Since opening his first practice, Dr. Yianni Magnis has remained a consistent provider of life-changing smiles. He was born in Greece to a family that possesses an extensive history in the field of dentistry.

       

      His father was a successful dentist whose passion captivated his childhood. Dr. Magnis thoroughly pursued his dental dreams and became a certified provider of dental care. He moved from Greece to the US and enrolled in an implant program at New York University. He received prestigious and extensive training in fields such as implant dentistry.

      He spent two years at the program, where he wrote numerous research papers on dental implant systems and restorations. After his experiences in New York, Dr. Magnis added to his training by attending prestigious implant programs at the UCLA School of Dentistry.

      He continues to remain at the school as a lecturer, performing implant surgeries and demonstrations to students. Dr. Magnis’s expertise and contributions to the field have helped him earn recognition from numerous institutions.

      This includes the American Academy of Oral Implantology and Implant Dentistry, where he serves as a diplomate.