Invisalign Clear Aligners
Invisalign procedure is used to align and straighten your teeth, crowding, correct gaps, and mild bit issues. It is a removable appliance used alternatively with traditional metal braces. Invisalign is made of flexible plastic aligners to adjust the position of your teeth gradually. They are removable and you can wear them 24/7 except for sleeping, eating, and brushing.
If you want to enhance your smile with more aligned teeth you can wear Invisalign to straighten your teeth. You might need an Invisalign because of crossbites, crowding, and crooked teeth.
How will my appearance change?
Some people are worried about how will an Invisalign affect their smile and appearance. They are not as noticeable as the traditional braces and wire and take even lesser time to serve the purpose of the procedure.
You can see the digital predictions of teeth movements which keep you motivated throughout the treatment as your dentist can also create a customized plan according to the changes. You can see some Invisalign success stories here
Can I eat while wearing Invisalign?
Unlike, traditional braces, you can eat whatever you want. You can also remove the Invisalign while eating, drinking, or brushing. This treatment is nothing like the traditional braces for which you need to avoid sticky and hard foods.
Can I maintain oral hygiene with Invisalign?
With Invisalign brush and floss your teeth normally. Unlike, the traditional braces you can maintain your oral hygiene much better with Invisalign. You can even remove your Invisalign to brush and floss your teeth, which keeps your teeth free from bacteria, infection, and cavities.
What are the complications?
Invisalign aligners can irritate your tongue, lips, and cheeks as they have sharp edges. Buttons or attachments are visible in Invisalign which might affect your smile but compare to traditional braces it is less noticeable.
Contact us today if you need more information regarding Invisalign or want to schedule a consultation with an Invisalign clear aligner specialist.