Your smile is often the first thing others notice about you, so if you
feel self-conscious about your teeth, it might be worth finding a way
to correct your smile. With the introduction of Invisalign, people across
the nation have found their ideal smiles without having to deal with the
unsightly annoyance of metal braces. However, as successful as Invisalign
has been, many people still have questions. Invisalign can work for a
variety of different needs, from helping with severely crooked teeth to
If you are curious about Invisalign, find out how it works, who could benefit
from clear braces, and decide whether or not they could be the ideal choice for you.
How Invisalign Works
Much like standard braces, Invisalign works to correct crooked teeth gradually
over time. However, the similarities end there. Invisalign uses custom
trays, molded specifically to the mouth of the individual. The trays are
invisible and removable, requiring no brackets, wires, or bands, unlike
standard braces. As the teeth gradually begin to straighten, your dentist
can move on to a new tray, molded specifically to continue the process.
Invisalign offers many benefits, including:
- The trays are removable
- You can eat, drink, and floss normally
- Trays are easy to clean
- No wires, rubber bands, or brackets
- They’re nearly invisible
What Issues Can Invisalign Correct?
Most people, including children and adults, can benefit from the use of
Invisalign trays. They can help correct simple and complex issues, improving
your smile gradually and without the use of invasive procedures or implants.
Whether you suffer from crooked teeth, overcrowding, spaced teeth, an
overbite, underbite, or crossbite, Invisalign can help correct your smile.
Treatment times vary depending on the severity of your issue. In order
to receive an accurate time estimate for your Invisalign treatment, discuss
your case with our dentist at Advanced Dentistry & Implant Center
for a free consultation.
Contact Advanced Dentistry & Implant Center
to speak to our San Diego dentist.