Have you always wanted a perfectly straight smile? Would you like to close a gap or correct protruding teeth without the stigma of wearing metal braces? There is now an innovative way to align your teeth using Invisalign invisible braces. Invisalign uses a series of discreet clear aligners that are custom-made to fit your teeth. They apply gentle pressure to your teeth to gradually reposition them over time.
Invisalign aligners need to be replaced every 2 weeks, until the desired result is obtained. 3D technology is used to determine the exact shape of your teeth and a series of aligners are designed accordingly for each patient’s needs. You can receive this popular treatment at Sheen Dental in Richmond.
Why Choose Invisalign?
One main reason Invisalign has become so popular is due to how subtle they can be. No one will stare at your mouth, as transparent aligners won’t let anyone know that you are undergoing any kind of dental treatment.
Another amazing benefit of clear aligners is that you can remove them whenever required. However, it is advised to wear your aligners for at least 20-22 hours for the best results.
With removable aligners, there will be no food debris stuck onto metal wires or brackets. As you can easily remove your aligners from your teeth, you can eat, brush and floss comfortably. This means you can avoid the hassles of bacterial build-up, cavities, gum diseases and tooth decay, which can be more of a problem when using fixed braces.
With the subtlety that Invisalign provides, you will feel absolutely no hesitation in smiling, socialising and generally enjoying your surroundings. This positivity is further enhanced by the fact that your overall dental health can improve with straighter teeth.
What Can Invisalign Help With?
Invisalign can effectively close gaps between your teeth. Gaps can occur due to abnormal growth of the jawbone or after tooth loss that causes neighbouring teeth to shift about. Invisalign can also help treat crowded teeth. It is quite difficult to clean crowded and misaligned teeth, making problems of plaque, gum disease and tooth decay more common.