1. Looking to transform your smile with the most advanced clear aligner in the world? Already in treatment and need support? The My Invisalign app is a one-stop shop that helps deliver healthy, beautiful smiles.
2. • Stay on track with your new smile by using Invisalign®Virtual Care to share photos and receive feedback from your doctor.
Interested in Invisalign® treatment?
• Learn all about Invisalign clear aligners and what they can do for you.
• Simulate your new smile with our SmileView™ simulation tool and share your results with friends and family.
• Find a doctor near you and request a consultation. Your personal smile concierge representative will reach out to get your appointment scheduled and be there for you every step of the way.
Already an Invisalign patient?
• View the ClinCheck® treatment plan shared by your doctor.
• Stay on track with your new smile by using Invisalign®Virtual Care to share photos and receive feedback from your doctor. This feature is available by doctor's invitation only.
• Monitor your wear-time progress with weekly, monthly, and yearly views.
• Personalize your treatment calendar to keep track of your appointments and other events!
• Track your daily and historical aligner wearing time with a custom timer.
• Receive reminders and notifications when it’s time to change your aligners.
• View and share your progress video and before & after photos with friends and family.
• Provide rating and feedback on your experience with the app.
For more information on Invisalign clear aligners, visit us at www.Invisalign.com.
Great except for the timer.
I’ve had my Invisalign for a while now but only just found out yesterday there was an app to go with my treatment. I absolutely love the app EXCEPT for the timer. Like others, I initially thought you start it when you have your aligners out of your mouth. When I realized it’s the other way around, I wasn’t exactly thrilled. I don’t want to have the timer running in the background for 20-22 hours a day, needlessly draining my battery. It makes more sense to me - and apparently many other users - to only use the timer to track how long the aligners are OUT of your mouth. It’s easier to see that your aligners have been out of your mouth an hour and a half a day than to see that your aligners have been in your mouth 10 hours for the day and you have X hours left in the day and you might have to take them out 1-2 more times today, but you don’t know exactly how long you can do that for and still get your 20-22 hour goal. I’ll use the timer as designed for now just to see how it affects my battery life, but if it’s too much of a drain I’m just going to use it to track the time my aligners are out. 🤷🏻♀️
I love the idea of this app. Like another user, I too, originally thought the time tracked the time your slingers were out, so I had inaccurate data for the first day or so. It would be great if the app had some instructions. But the editing feature is very handy, as I frequently forget to set the timer back to “aligners IN.” Which brings me to my biggest issue. I set reminders, but I’ve never actually been alerted by the reminder. I went into my settings to ensure that notifications are turned on, but the app doesn’t even appear there (I think apps appear there after they’ve requested to send notifications, but I never got that request within the app.). Would be good if that were fixed. Last thing - an Apple Watch complication would be AWESOME. Please and thank you, in advance. 😊
Timer reminder doesn’t work
This is a very useful app, but sometimes the timer reminder straight up doesn’t give you the notification for whatever reason. There have been times where I’ve set the reminder to 15 minutes when I take my trays out, put my trays back in without marking it in the app, and then remember an hour later that I need to mark them as back in in the app... but no reminder ever popped up on the phone. As such there are days that show as noncompliant even though I’ve worn the tray for the required 22 hours. As such, an edit feature for the compliance would be nice... but more importantly the timer reminder needs to be fixed.