A straighter smile offers numerous benefits. Not only does it improve your appearance, but it also improves your oral health. Unfortunately, many people want a set of perfectly aligned teeth but are apprehensive about the treatment involved for a perfect smile. Now, there is an alternative to metal braces. Invisalign from Pearl Dental Care uses a series of clear, plastic aligners to move your teeth. This method is discreet, faster, and more comfortable than traditional braces.
Advantages of Invisalign
Have you been avoiding teeth straightening? You no longer have an excuse. Invisalign uses minimally invisible dental aligners to straighten your smile without disrupting your everyday lifestyle. The many benefits of Invisalign include:
Actual Patients Invisalign – Before and After Results
Comfortable: Clear teeth aligners are created from a smooth plastic that’s gentle on your gums and cheeks. There are no rough edges to poke your soft tissues.
Faster: Invisalign can be much faster than traditional braces when used as prescribed. In some cases, treatment can be completed in months. Imagine that you will have a new, improved smile by your next cleaning appointment.
Predictable: Thanks to advanced technology, we can simulate your treatment plan. This way, you can preview your treatment outcome even before the actual treatment starts.
Doesn’t disrupt your oral care: Cleaning your teeth with metal braces can be a hassle. You have to master the art of navigating around the metalwork when cleaning your teeth. With Invisalign, you don’t have to learn new skills for cleaning your teeth. You just remove the aligners, clean your teeth, and put them back on.
No dietary restrictions: When you have conventional braces, you should avoid crunchy or hard foods as they are likely to be trapped on your braces. Patients undergoing Invisalign treatment can enjoy all their favorite delicacies since you remove your aligners and put them back when through with your meal.
Fewer dental visits: Invisalign is ideal for your busy schedule — you only need dental visits approximately every 6-8 weeks for the dentist to check your treatment progress. Traditional braces require frequent dental visits to adjust the wires and brackets.