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If your teeth aren’t as straight as you’d like them to be, you might have thought about undergoing orthodontic treatment. Most adults, however, don’t find the thought of metal brackets and wires very appealing. But now you can get straight teeth in a shorter amount of time without a mouth full of metal.
Invisalign invisible braces can straighten your teeth with clear plastic aligners that are so discreet that even someone sitting across the table from you will barely notice them. Treatment is usually less than a year, so Invisalign often straightens your teeth in a shorter amount of time as well.
Talk to Dr. Yang Hua about orthodontic options with Invisalign invisible braces. You don’t have to go through the rest of your life—regardless of how old you are today—with teeth that are not correctly aligned. Call us today to find out if Invisalign might be a good option for you.
How Does Invisalign Work?
Invisalign straightens teeth with a series of clear plastic aligners that gently move teeth into the desired position. You will swap out the aligners every couple of weeks. This means fewer visits to the orthodontist for adjustments, which is the norm for traditional braces.
Since the aligners are easily removable, you take them out for eating as well as brushing and flossing your teeth. This is good news because you will have no food restrictions—and you can keep your teeth clean and flossed as normal without having to deal with brackets and wires. If you have an upcoming special event or occasion for which you might be photographed, you can remove the aligners for a few hours if you'd like.
Another benefit of Invisalign is that you get to see your progress as it happens since there are no brackets or wires blocking your smile. This should provide an excellent incentive to wear the aligners for the required amount of time. Patients must commit to wearing the plastic aligners for at least 22 hours each day in order to get the desired results.
Is Invisalign Painful?
It’s not uncommon to feel some discomfort every time you get a new set of aligners. An over-the-counter pain reliever is typically more than enough to eliminate your discomfort.
What Age Is the Best Age for Invisalign?
Because there is a certain amount of personal responsibility involved—wearing the aligners for the minimal time each day—responsible, older teens through adults are generally the best candidates for Invisalign.
Is Invisalign Right for You?
If you have teeth that are crooked, oddly spaced, or gapped, Invisalign might be ideal for your situation. Invisalign cannot adjust significant bite issues, but for straightening teeth that have no other orthodontic complications, they are a great option.
To find out for sure if you are a good candidate for Invisalign, schedule a consultation with Dr. Hua today!