Invisalign

Invisalign is an alternative to braces that was first developed in the year 2000 and that has been growing in popularity since then. Many people enjoy benefits from using Invisalign rather than normal braces. It depends on which option is right for you.

Dental braces are designed to correct misaligned teeth resulting in improper bite, which can affect many things not only about your mouth but your appearance and health overall. The idea of braces goes back to ancient times, but what we know as braces truly came into being in the eighteenth century. Improvements came in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, and braces continue to become more useful and comfortable to this day.

While braces are metal brackets that are glued to your teeth, and are kept together by wires and rubber bands, Invisalign consists of Invisalign aligner trays, custom tailored to help easily maneuver the gradual shift of your teeth to the right places. The trays can taken off for eating, flossing, and brushing teeth. The most important point, to them, however, is that they are meant to be invisible, as opposed to very visible brackets, bands, and wires.

Invisalign may be the better choice over braces for you if you prefer something unseen, removable, easily cleaned, and only minimally uncomfortable. However, Invisalign is still quite expensive compared to the average price of braces. However, like braces, Invisalign works over time, usually many months or over a year. Metal braces are faster, more cost-effective, and better for those patients with more severely crooked teeth, as well as those who are less inclined or able to follow the daily routine that Invisalign aligner trays require. The aligners must be fitted perfectly every time they are changed, and night retainers are often necessary afterwards. Come in to speak with a dentist about whether Invisalign is right for you.

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