Enhance Your Smile With Invisalign Tooth Alignment Treatment

Candidate For Invisalign?

Despite the fact that straight, healthy-looking teeth are more sought after than ever before, conventional metal braces are being recommended increasingly less. Since the day Invisalign became available, adults and teens alike have been talking to their dental practitioners in Dallas, TX to find out all about this innovative procedure that can offer an aligned, beautiful smile. In contrast to clunky metal braces, Invisalign has clear, removable trays that gradually move your teeth into proper alignment. Invisalign is a wonderful selection for Dallas, TX adults or older teens who already have all their permanent teeth and want to correct a slight misalignment while avoiding the unattractive standard braces. Invisalign is recommended by orthodontists to treat several common alignment problems, for example, crooked teeth, extra spacing or gaps, and crowding, as well as overbites, underbites, and crossbites. Often, men and women opt for Invisalign just because of its convenience and appearance factors. Most of your acquaintances won’t even know you’re wearing them, and Invisalign can be removed for cleaning, eating, and important occasions. Most patients favor Invisalign over metal braces because they are transparent, removable, and barely noticeable. The excellent team of dentists at MINT dentistry in Highland Hotel offer Invisalign as a simple, effective treatment for individuals who wish to achieve a more uniform smile without the appearance of metal braces.

Invisalign can usually reduce mild to moderate misalignment, but it is typically not suggested for severe problems, such as a pronounced underbite or large gaps. Your orthodontist in Dallas, TX will evaluate your teeth to determine if Invisalign is the best choice for you. It's equally important to realize that fixing your teeth with Invisalign means being diligent with the aligners. Unlike traditional braces, which are affixed to the teeth for the entire treatment, Invisalign aligners are removable. However, you need to wear them all the time (at least 20 hours per day), and you must also be quite careful about where you keep them. If you can’t keep tabs on the aligners or need to get replacements frequently, your therapy could get much pricier, which could hinder your results. You need to be sure to use the aligners as much as you can. Forgetting to wear your aligners will delay your progress because your teeth will take longer to shift into their appropriate locations. If you can't commit to the time and responsibility involved in Invisalign, you might need to consider different orthodontic methods.

The preliminary stage of Invisalign therapy is getting impressions made of your teeth. They will be used to design your first set of aligners. They can be created for your top and/or bottom teeth, based on your dental concerns. Every couple of weeks, you will have to exchange your aligners with a more refined set. This works to slowly shift your teeth into the right places. Your dental practitioner will sometimes take fresh digital imaging of your teeth to observe your progress and help make new sets of aligners. If you want to get the best results from your treatment, you must use the aligners as much as you can, only removing them to brush your teeth and eat.

When compared to metal braces, the upkeep with Invisalign is relatively simple. You don’t have to worry about rubber bands or the discomfort associated with tightening brackets or wires. Brushing and flossing are very basic. You just take out the aligners to get unobstructed access to your teeth. Further perks of Invisalign include eating anything you enjoy because your meals will never touch the aligners, as well as being able to remove them for special events. However, you should brush your teeth and wash out your trays before putting them back in. Individuals using Invisalign will need to visit their dentist every few weeks to learn how well their teeth have been progressing. Your dentist may ask whether you’ve had any issues with your current aligners and check whether your teeth are ready for their next set. It is crucial that you follow your orthodontist’s advice and not use one set of aligners longer than necessary or try to bypass a set, since this will impact your results and might stretch out your Invisalign treatment time.

Every patient's treatment program is different, so the amount of time needed to achieve the desired outcomes varies from patient to patient. Many aspects affect the treatment time, for example, the degree and variety of dental issues that have to be adjusted and the number of aligner sets it will take to get the desired benefits. On average, the treatment duration can range anywhere from 12 – 18 months. Following your initial meeting with your dental practitioner and getting your molds made, you will have a far better idea of your treatment time.

At the point when your Invisalign treatment has moved your teeth into their appropriate positions, your teeth, gum tissue, and jawbones will require a little extra time to adjust. Therefore, it is important to diligently wear your retainer. Each retainer is made of the exact same clear material as Invisalign, so they are just as comfortable and barely noticeable. To begin, you need to wear the retainer as frequently as you wore your aligners: a minimum of 20 hours every day. However, eventually, you will transition into just using your retainer at night to maintain the new positioning of your teeth.

To find out more details about Invisalign, we invite you to call us in Dallas, TX to set up a visit. We are very delighted to spend some time offering answers about the Invisalign therapy process. Our team of dentists at MINT dentistry in Highland Hotel would love to provide a personalized Invisalign treatment program that will explain the steps of how Invisalign can help you achieve your best smile. The complete value of your Invisalign treatment, together with an estimated treatment timeline, will also be supplied at your initial appointment. Call us soon to learn if Invisalign is the most effective option for you.

* All information subject to change. Images may contain models. Individual results are not guaranteed and may vary.