Mercer Island orthodontists are top Invisalign® providers

Drs. Bill McNeill and Kara McCulloch have achieved “Elite Provider” status for the Invisalign® tooth-straightening system.

  • Wednesday, March 27, 2013 10:00am
  • Business

Drs. Bill McNeill and Kara McCulloch have achieved “Elite Provider” status for the Invisalign® tooth-straightening system.

Only clinicians who have demonstrated a high level of experience in using the Invisalign system are named to this group, which is comprised of the top three percent of Invisalign providers worldwide.

The doctors at Orthodontic Associates of Mercer Island have been providing Invisalign treatment for their patients since its inception more than 12 years ago.

Invisalign uses a series of clear, removable aligners to straighten teeth without any restrictive or uncomfortable wires and brackets. To learn more, call (206) 232-9600.

 

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