Invisalign clear braces are a modern, up to date way to correct a malocclusion providing the patient with a new smile and straighter teeth … for some this can be achieved in a matter of months. Depending on the positioning of your teeth, many patients can begin to see a difference in about two months.
How Invisalign Works
Once you and your dentist have determined that Invisalign is the path you are to take to a healthier mouth and outstanding new smile, you will have x-rays taken; photographs are often used as well as full mouth dental impressions. The Invisalign laboratory uses these items to formulate a series of aligners that will be used to correct your bite. All the latest technology is employed to assure that your aligners will do the job whether you are dealing with an overbite, underbite, crossbite, or incorrect spacing.
Once your aligners arrive, your program can begin. Your dentist will explain how important it is that you follow the regimen outlined for you. Failure to wear the aligners twenty to twenty-two hours every day can alter your progress.
There are many reasons to choose the Invisalign teeth straightening program:
Proven success – Having been a pioneer in this model of teeth straightening, Invisalign has an outstanding success record.
Aligners are practically invisible – This makes teeth straightening very popular with teens and adults.
Aligners are removable – You can continue to enjoy all your favorite foods; you just remove aligners for snacks and meals … replace when done. Another positive aspect is that you can perform your daily oral maintenance routine easily – brushing and flossing without obstacles will allow you to keep your teeth and gums healthy throughout your teeth straightening program.
They are comfortable – Without any wires to injure soft oral tissues, you will be able to wear the aligners with ease.
Finally, they are convenient – The patient is allowed to update their aligners which means fewer visits to the dentist. For most patients, their schedule will be to replace their current aligners with the next in the series every two weeks. This will keep teeth moving to their correct alignment as outlined in your treatment plan.
Whether your teeth straightening is short-term or your malocclusion calls for longer treatment, you will be delighted with the results.