Invisalign - The Invisible Braces that Straighten your Teeth!
If you haven’t heard of Invisalign then it will probably come as a surprise to you to learn that you need no get metallic braces which are very visible when worn. Invisalign braces are practically invisible. They are manufactured using a plastic resin that is glass like. They are custom made to specifications measured by us using proprietary virtual modeling software.
In the course of treatment, you get a series of custom made aligners that correct improper bites and straighten your teeth. The technology is so effective that over one million patients worldwide are using Invisalign braces.
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The Advantages of Invisalign Braces
The most obvious advantage of Invisalign braces is cosmetic. The fact that they are completely transparent makes them very difficult to detect as opposed to conventional wire and bracket braces. This makes them popular with adults and children alike because no one is wiser to the fact that you are wearing braces.
Fewer Side Effects
Almost all other fixed appliances will lead to shortening of tooth roots (root resorption). In some cases, demineralization and/or tooth decay may also occur with traditional braces because they cannot be removed to eat and clean.
In a study of over 408 patients in Indiana, it was found that Invisalign braces corrected orthodontic problems an average of three times faster than traditional braces.
With Invisalign braces, it is easier to clean your teeth; this is because they are removable. You can brush and floss easily which keeps your teeth and gums healthy. It has also been demonstrated that using Invisalign braces can contribute to better gum health
Eat What You Want
Unlike traditional braces where you have to watch what you eat, you need not worry about your diet with Invisalign braces. Since you are able to take them off, you can eat anything.
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