Straighten Your Smile With Invisalign

Straighten Your Smile With Invisalign

People avoid taking teeth straitening treatment because they believe that those ugly metal braces are the only way to treat these issues. Crooked and misaligned tooth can now be easily corrected with advanced Invisalign treatment as well. This is straightening treatment which is hassle-free. It helps to obtain better aesthetic appearance for the patient. This is a better alternative to traditional straightening treatment that can ensure better results.

What are the aligners made of?

This technique of teeth straightening uses advance aligners made up of thermoplastic material. They are flexible and thus are uniquely developed to ensure customized straightening results in an individual. In this advanced treatment, custom made aligners are provided to the patient. A patient needs to wear this for at least two weeks for better results. Aligners are virtually invisible which can ensure aesthetic rich, straightening results. After every two week, a dentist may suggest a new set of aligners until final straightening results are obtained.

How does Invisalign straighten teeth?

The aligners used in Invisalign treatment are carefully placed over the teeth to apply a certain amount of force. This force tends misaligned tooth to further move in the right position. This is a controlled force that can help teeth move in the set sequence as decided by the dentist. When you wear your aligners as suggested by your doctor, it will gently move your teeth to fill the small gaps and provide a perfect look.

What are the benefits of invisalign?

Unlike traditional braces, these aligners are undetectable and thus they do not affect the appearance of an individual. Further, they are custom build and thus they are comfortable to wear. They come with easy remove option. It is easy to eat food of your choice by removing these aligners.

How long does treatment take?

The results and duration of this Invisalign may depend on the condition of a patient. Generally, a dentist may suggest a patient to take this treatment for at least a year on an average. As soon as the result may be observed, this can be further avoided.

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