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Why Invisalign® Treatment
Why Invisalign? If your teeth are crooked and not aligned, Invisalign clear retainers are a great alternative to the traditional metal braces that have existed since the beginning of time. They are made of a thermoplastic material and are barely noticeable to others.
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How does Invisalign® work?
Your treatment plan is carefully created by your doctor and will adjust teeth slowly over time to close gaps and straighten misaligned teeth. Each visit for invisalign will result in a slight shift of specific teeth allowing your teeth to take the position of your treatment plan.
How will Invisalign® impact my life?
Invisalign will minimally impact your life on a day to day basis. Treatment timelines vary due to severity of teeth formation but can typically take about 12 months for adults. As mentioned previously, invisalign are clear retainers that are barely noticeable by others. Each aligner can be removed to eat and floss normally. Read more!
Five reasons Invisalign® is a very practical decision
1. Invisalign aligns teeth quickly in a very effective and clean manner.
2. Invisalign can be used as a Whitening/Bleaching tray.
3. Avoid the hassle of using metal braces. You still can eat without it, then floss normally.
4. Invisalign protects your upper and lower arches from grinding during the treatment.
5. By getting Invisalign through American Dental, you are eligible to additional benefits.
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Each aligner shifts your teeth slightly, moving them horizontally and vertically, and even rotating them when needed. Your invisalign aligners are engineered to use the right amount of force in the right place at the right time.
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From invisalign consultation to a confident new smile, you’ll know what to expect every step of the way. Get started today! Call/text our office at (617) 991-7717 to learn more invisalign treatment.
So, I got the FREE Invisalign consultation visit. What else do I get if I accept the treatment?
Because we care about delivering the most beautiful healthy smiles, you are eligible to receive:
1. FREE whitening session (Zoom) in the office ($400 Value).
2. Whitening paste to be used at home also FREE ($80 Value).
3. An oral health care kit, every 3 months for FREE. It includes a tooth brush, tooth paste, dental floss and mouth wash.
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Invisalign, braces and orthodontic treatment are used to correct “bad bites,” or malocclusion (teeth that are crowded or crooked). In some cases your teeth may be straight, but your upper and lower jaws may not meet properly. These jaw or tooth alignment problems may be inherited or could result from injury, early or late tooth loss, or thumbsucking.
If you have an abnormal bite your dentist may recommend Invisalign, braces or another orthodontic treatment to straighten out your smile. Correcting the problem can create a nice-looking smile, but more importantly, orthodontic treatment results in a healthier mouth. Not correcting an abnormal bite could result in further oral health problems, including:
- tooth decay
- gum disease
- tooth loss
- affected speech and/or chewing
- abnormal wear to tooth enamel
- jaw problems
Straightening your teeth can be accomplished in different ways. The kind of orthodontic treatment you have will depend on your preference and the options provided by your dentist or orthodontist. Invisalign and Traditional braces realign teeth by applying pressure. Braces usually consist of small brackets cemented to your teeth, connected by a wire, which is periodically tightened by your dentist or orthodontist to gradually shift your teeth and jaw. The brackets may be metal or tooth colored. Sometimes they are placed behind your teeth. Under the direct supervision of a dentist or orthodontist, removable aligners are another option for treating orthodontic problems.
Orthodontic treatment such as Invisalign or Metal Braces may be provided by your dentist or an orthodontist, a dentist who specializes in the diagnosis, prevention and treatment of dental and facial irregularities. It will depend on the orthodontic experience of your dentist and the severity of your case.
Since abnormal bites usually become noticeable between the ages of 6 and 12, orthodontic treatment often begins between ages 8 and 14. Treatment that begins while a child is growing helps produce optimal results. That doesn’t mean that adults can’t have Invisalign or braces; healthy teeth can be orthodontically treated at any age.
Treatment plans will vary based on your situation, but most people are in treatment from few months up to three years. This is followed by a period of wearing a retainer that holds teeth in their new positions. Today’s Invisalign or braces are more comfortable than ever before. Newer materials apply a constant, gentle force to move teeth and usually require fewer adjustments.
While you have Invisalign or braces it’s important to maintain a balanced diet for the health of your teeth. Of course, a healthy diet is always important, but eating too many sugary foods with Invisalign or braces can lead to plaque build-up around your teeth and brackets that could permanently stain or damage your teeth. Avoiding foods like popcorn, corn on the cob, chewing gum, whole apples, and other sticky foods is also a good idea. Ask your dentist about foods to avoid while you are in treatment. Not all of us are born with beautiful smiles, but with a good oral hygiene routine, and a little help from orthodontics, you can have a beautiful and healthy smile.
You can read more about orthodontists and orthodontic treatment from the American Association of Orthodontists.