A Straighter Smile With Invisalign – We Are A Preferred Provider
The genuine concern of having a mouth full of metal brackets causes many people to put off getting braces, even though they desire beautiful straight teeth. Although they get the job done successfully, the unsightliness of traditional metal braces is a drawback.
Metal braces are not removable, so flossing and brushing are challenging, and it is a bit difficult to clean them. By using Invisalign clear braces, dentists can now offer their patients a beautiful smile without using the traditional metal type. Every individual has different requirements, so a dental professional can best determine the treatment which would be best suited for you; below are listed some of Invisalign’s key benefits:
- They make flossing and brushing much more accessible and are easy to remove.
- Aligners texture is smooth
- They are practically invisible at first glance
- Patients can generally have their choice of food
With Invisalign clear braces, what can patients expect?
We will take digital x-rays and make impressions of your mouth using a series of 3-D images during your first office visit. We will then send them to Invisalign’s home office laboratory. They will then send several complete sets of these clear aligners back to your dentist, so you can wear each group for about two weeks, day and night, only taking them out to eat and brush your teeth.
This process greatly minimizes the number of dental office visits needed. However, the Invisalign clear braces can still optimize the patient’s bite because they are designed to move your teeth slightly into place over some time.
To better ensure that your new, straight smile stays bright and healthy and better optimize your financial investment in the aligners, your dentist will advise you to maintain twice a year professional teeth cleaning regular dental exam visits. This will enable your dentist to ensure that there has been no alignment shifting in your teeth.
It is also greatly recommended that the patient continues to floss their teeth daily and brush them 2-3 times each day in a consistent home care routine.