If you want an easy treatment to make your smile straighter, healthier, and more beautiful, then you want Invisalign®.
Invisalign is a revolutionary orthodontic treatment that gets your teeth in proper alignment with a series of comfortable and removable clear plastic aligners.
Invisalign offers an incredible upgrade from traditional braces in terms of comfort, convenience, and discretion, which is why 6 million people worldwide have chosen to use it to straighten their smiles.
Is Invisalign for me?
Invisalign is an ideal orthodontic treatment solution for patients of all ages. It can treat many of the same conditions as braces, including:
Invisalign is also a popular choice for patients looking to get generally straighter teeth.
First, your dentist takes an impression of your mouth that’s used to generate a virtual model of your smile in a computer program. Then they manipulate that model to map out the path your teeth need to follow to get into alignment. Your series of aligners are modeled after progressive points on that path.
The aligners fit snugly and comfortably over your teeth and gradually push them into alignment. You will need to wear your aligners all day, every day. You will only take them out to brush, floss, or eat. You will need to move on to the next set of aligners in your series every two weeks until you’ve reached your target alignment, which can happen in as little as nine months.
Invisalign has many advantages over traditional braces. These benefits include:
The aligners are made from a clear plastic that is smooth and won’t tear up the inside of your mouth.
Because your aligners are removable, you don’t need to modify your diet or use any special tools to keep your teeth clean. Just remove your aligners to eat, brush, and floss like normal.
Your clear aligners are virtually unnoticeable when you wear them, unlike the obtrusive brackets and wires in traditional braces.
A straight smile doesn’t only look better, it actually improves the functioning of your smile, too.
Because crooked or crowded teeth have more difficult-to-reach crevices, they can be challenging to keep clean, leading to higher instances of cavities and tooth decay.
A misaligned smile also distributes the force in your bite unevenly. That uneven distribution can cause excessive and uneven wear-and-tear in certain areas of your mouth and can make you more susceptible to developing temporomandibular joint (TMJ) disorder.
Make your smile more attractive and healthy by calling Genesis Dental today.
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