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Invisalign for Straightening Teeth

5/2/2012 6:19:55 PM | by Anonymous


It is normal for us to desire to physically look good. The first thing that people notice is the face and that involves every part of it including the teeth. A simple misalignment in teeth can hinder from us from confidently interacting with people and the act of smiling may not be as simple to do as it should be.


Straightening the teeth can be achieved with the use of brackets or invisalign aligners. It is more common among the youth to use brackets in moving teeth. They are lucky since their parents let them undergo an orthodontic treatment at a young age. But for those who reached a certain age wherein wearing brackets would seem unattractive, going through invisalign is more likeable.


Invisalign is the process of straightening teeth with the use of invisible braces. It does not involve traditional metal brackets or wires. Since wearing one would not be easily noticed, it is no wonder that it has been increasingly becoming popular among adults. An advantage of invisalign over other aligning process is its removable feature. Removing this clear aligner when eating, drinking except for water, flossing and brushing is the proper way of using it. Hence, it allows a person to eat and brush his teeth with no obstruction. However, it should be worn for at least 20 hours in a day in order to get its maximum effect. Great features of invisalign are its being specifically customized for the user’s set of teeth and able to see the expected outcome of the smile through its computerized treatment planning.


Besides aesthetic purposes, we should not forget the importance of having aligned teeth. Unbalanced teeth tend to be more prone to gum disease, cavities and bad breath caused by trapped food bits. Invisalign treatment can help you go through the process of straightening teeth without the awkward look and uncomfortable feeling brought by other aligners.

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