Crooked, crowded, or misaligned teeth are a common issue for numerous people. Thanks to orthodontic treatments, anybody can now receive the best set of perfectly aligned teeth. Braces are the go-to orthodontic solution to straighten your teeth out and have been a standard treatment for a long time now.
Traditional braces are made of metal brackets and wires and aids in moving teeth to the correct position. They are fixed permanently by an orthodontist and are removed only at the end of the treatment.
An advanced alternative to metal braces, Invisalign is a new and advanced teeth straightening orthodontic device made of clear plastic. It is temporary and is not as prominent as metal braces. It is, thus, increasingly preferred by teens and adults today, given their near-invisibility.
They are Aesthetically Pleasing
Invisalign clear braces are hardly noticeable by people around as they are practically invisible! While metal braces may feel too full and make people self-conscious of their smile, clear aligners do away with such awkwardness and let the wearer flaunt their natural smile.
Metal braces have brackets and wires that can be painful and cause cuts on the cheek's inner lining. Invisalign poses no such issue, has no sharp edges, and is similar to a mouthguard.
Clear aligners can be easily removed by the wearer before eating or brushing. This promotes better oral hygiene as the possibility of food debris sticking around the braces or between teeth is low - reducing the likelihood of cavities or gum disease.
Easy to Maintain
There is no complicated maintenance routine for clear braces. They only need to be cleaned using a toothbrush and toothpaste daily to remove stains and maintain hygiene.
Invisalign is a standard orthodontic device that is custom-made on order. The benefits they offer over traditional metal braces make them more convenient for teeth straightening and are available on a wide scale today.
Because of all these benefits, Invisalign can be considered as the best and easiest option for you to straighten out even the tiniest alignment flaws in your teeth.
Call us today for an appointment, and we can get started with your orthodontic treatment right away!