I am writing to tell you I am unhappy with the ending result with my Invisalign case that I paid $5000 for. I was telling my dentist in the end of the Invisalign treatment that my bite was off and that I wasnt happy with the anterior alignment results. My patient notes, if they are saved at your office, should say that I mentioned before, my occlusal contact was/is off. My left side touches but my right side doesnt. After my Invisalign treatment was done, I wore my retention retainers for an entire 6 months and I told you my bite was not settled correctly. I was somehow immediately switched to a night guard that wasnt properly fitting when delivered, but I was told my teeth and bite would adjust fine with regular wear and was dismissed very unprofessionally. After 6+ months of wearing the guard I noticed I couldnt properly fit back into my ending retainers per Invisalign. My guard inevitably cracked, so I stopped wearing it and switched back to regularly wearing my Invisalign retainers. I have been wearing both top and bottom Invisalign retainers and my bite has not adjusted itself. I am sad to say the occlusal contact begins mainly on my left side towards my premolars and canine. Thats where I feel my teeth touching from the time I take off my retainers in the morning and all through the day. I tend to always chew on my left side because of the contact. I also have been experiencing mouth\jaw shaking when I dont have my retainers in for over 10 hours. My mouth feels unsettled and often I want to grind my teeth because of how my bite feels. My teeth alignment and bite are in a detrimental state right now considering the long term effects. I also want to mention that when you polished down my teeth after treatment you over- drilled my left canine and it no longer symmetrically matches my right canine. I will have to spend money on getting that cosmetically recovered in the future. Also my attachments were not polished off adequately. I have miserably waisted money and so much time trying to have faith that my teeth would settle into a good position.