Dentists often get inquiries from patients about Invisalign®. Since crooked and irregularly spaced teeth can lead to discomfort, unneeded tooth decay, and other health problems, everyone yearns for the assurance that comes with a gorgeous smile. Teenagers and even adults who resisted traditional braces as children may find Invisalign® in Pembroke Pines appealing.
Only a few people know that the clear aligner company, Invisalign, has been in business for approximately 25 years. They are a successful method for realigning crooked teeth and treating various dental problems.
A series of plastic molds that patients wear will gradually and gently reposition teeth into their ideal positions. Typically, the molds are treated for 12 to 18 months before replacement. When worn, Invisalign braces are not visible to the naked eye. Hence, it is ideal for both teenagers and adults.
Due to its advantages over conventional braces, Invisalign is quite well-liked. These advantages consist of the following:
The ideal candidates for Invisalign therapy are those with relatively simple crowding and/or bite concerns. They are an excellent option for anyone who would feel self-conscious wearing more conventional braces because they are transparent.
Invisalign aligners don’t have to be worn all the time. They should only be worn for 20 to 22 hours per day. Patients must therefore be able to properly care for their aligners and make sure they wear them at the right times each day.
Your dentist will perform a complete physical assessment before drawing up a treatment plan that details the anticipated motions of your teeth. The aligners are made to move your teeth into the desired position gradually. After assessing the development at each stage, your dentist will make any necessary modifications. As your treatment goes on, you switch aligners for each stage.
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