Individuals who suffer from crowded teeth, crooked teeth, or a misaligned bite may want to straighten their teeth with orthodontic systems. In addition to the traditional metal braces, there is the Invisalign system that revolutionalizes how patients straighten their bites. Invisalign utilizes state-of-the-art technology in creating beautiful, healthy smiles without using bulky metals and brackets or wires. It is designed with removable, crystal-clear aligners that resemble natural teeth. But what makes this cutting-edge orthodontic system very beneficial?
Invisalign is an individualized treatment plan that utilizes a series of clear aligners to gently, comfortably, predictably, and safely straighten teeth. It is the only teeth straightening system that guarantees a gentle, comfortable fit. Additionally, the Invisalign clear braces are removable, meaning you can brush, floss, drink, and eat without them. Removable aligners make it easier to ensure oral hygiene than when wearing traditional braces since you can brush as well as floss the teeth as you normally would.
A majority of patients avoid getting orthodontic treatment because they are worried about distractions and unsightly looks, as seen in metal braces. However, Invisalign solves these problems completely. The system uses 100% clear aligners, making it covert. People cannot see that you have orthodontic treatment. The trays secretly move the teeth to the correct position.
The soft plastic material used to make Invisalign aligners makes them comfortable to wear in the mouth. Many people who use conventional metal braces say that the wires and brackets can irritate the gums, causing discomfort. Invisalign avoids this problem with the custom-designed trays that you change every two weeks as the teeth gently shift until they move to the desired position. And because many orthodontic insurance plans cover Invisalign treatment, you shouldn't shy away from exploring it. Schedule an appointment with our dental specialist to discuss your teeth straightening option.