How Does Invisalign Work?
If your teeth are crowded, unevenly spaced, or have shifted since you last wore corrective braces, Invisalign “invisible” braces can help straighten your teeth and give you a smile you want. It consists of a series of computer-programmed custom invisible trays that fit tightly on your teeth and move them to the pre-programmed positions. You will be asked to replace the trays with the next sequence every 4-6 weeks till your treatment is complete. After that, we will provide you with retainers to keep your teeth in their position.
What is Invisalign?
Invisalign is a type of clear removable dental braces. It is the least noticeable way to straighten your teeth without having anyone know you’re wearing braces.
Invisalign is a great alternative to traditional metal braces. It is an innovative system that uses a series of clear, custom-made, removable aligners to gradually move teeth into the desired position.
Invisalign is a clear way to straighten your teeth. It’s invisible, removable and completely undetectable.
Benefits of Invisalign
Benefits of Invisalign: It’s clear — Invisalign aligners are transparent, which means you can smile in public without worrying about people staring at your teeth. It’s discreet — No one will know you’re wearing Invisalign unless you tell them. It’s convenient — Invisalign fits into your life. It’s easy to remove and clean and then put back in. It’s less noticeable — Invisalign is made of smooth, comfortable, BPA-free plastic. It’s affordable — Invisalign offers a unique cost advantage because you pay only for the aligners you need when you need them. Invisalign is the clear choice for your straight teeth.
- Clear, removable, and comfortable orthodontic treatment
- Virtually invisible
- Are removed only to eat, drink, brush and floss
- The Invisalign system is customized for each
What are the conditions that Invisalign can treat?
Invisalign is the most advanced system available today for treating misaligned teeth. It is a discreet and affordable way to straighten your teeth. Many people are surprised that Invisalign is not only for adults, but it is also used for teens and children.
Underbite: in that case, your lower teeth overlap your upper teeth.
Overbite: where you have your upper teeth overlapping your lower teeth.
Open Bite: here the top and bottom teeth do not meet correctly.
Crossbite: where your lower and upper jaw are misaligned.