Are Invisalign Braces an Option for You?

If you are an adult or teen that has put off orthodontic treatment to fix your crooked teeth because you are not willing to wear metal brackets and wires on your teeth, you may want to consider Invisalign invisible braces. There are numerous reasons why the Invisalign teeth straightening system has become so popular in the past handful of years. The Invisalign system uses clear aligner trays that are virtually invisible. These comfortable aligners are customized to each patient, slowly shifting and straightening most orthodontic issues similar to traditional metal braces.

People love Invisalign because the clear aligners are hard to detect, they are smooth and comfortable, easy to remove, simple to care for and because you can eat your normal diet, with no dietary restrictions like traditional braces. With minimal interference to your normal lifestyle, Invisalign invisible braces are a viable option for people of all ages, professions and stages of life.

There is a comfort and convenience with Invisalign that is unlike any other brace system. This flexible teeth straightening system won’t slow you down if you live an active lifestyle. Patients do not experience the common side effects associated with traditional braces like mouth and gum irritation or difficult oral hygiene maintenance.

Invisalign can effectively treat most orthodontic issues like crooked teeth, crowding, spacing issues, crossbite, overbite and underbite. Invisalign costs about the same as traditional braces, averaging roughly $5,000. Patients can undergo the Invisalign process at their dental office with visits approximately every four to six weeks. Invisalign allows you to brush and floss normally and eat whatever you usually eat. The most notable benefit of Invisalign is gaining the straight confident smile you have always dreamed of having in using a comfortable, virtually invisible process. Ask your dentist today if Invisalign is a good option for your orthodontic needs.

Posted on the behalf of Sarah Roberts

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