Invisalign: Invisible Braces
The Advantages of Invisalign
The Invisalign system offers patients numerous advantages over conventional braces, including:
Each set of aligners in the series are custom-made to fit comfortably over your teeth during every phase of treatment. You'll never have to worry about them feeling too loose or popping out unexpectedly, but they'll be easy to remove for meals and oral care.
Unlike traditional metal braces, Invisalign braces are easy to clean. Simply remove the aligners and brush and rinse them before reinserting. This is much simpler than trying to pick food and other particles out of metal brackets.
The primary reason Invisalign has soared in popularity is that the aligners are virtually invisible. Patients no longer have to feel embarrassed about having a smile full of metal for a year or more of orthodontic treatment. Instead, they get a low-profile option that doesn't draw unwanted attention to their smiles during treatment.
With conventional braces, orthodontic treatment can take one to two years to complete, if not more. Invisalign cuts those estimated treatment times in half. Of course, individual cases will vary based on the degree of misalignment, but most patients who choose Invisalign achieve a straighter smile within a year or less.
The clear aligners are easily removed, so you can enjoy all your favorite foods without restriction. It also makes oral care a breeze, as you're not attempting to floss around and between metal brackets and wires.
No Harmful Toxins
There's no need to worry about harmful toxins with Invisalign. The aligners are crafted from BPA-free materials for your safety.
The aligners are made from a smooth plastic, so there's never any concerns about discomfort. Metal braces, on the other hand, can rub the inner lips and cheeks uncomfortably, and wires and pop out and cause painful sores.
If you're interested in getting a straighter, healthier smile with Invisalign, call our Warner Robins, Georgia, office today at 478-922-2910 to schedule a consultation with our dentist. Our dentist will evaluate your teeth carefully to determine if you're a good candidate for this treatment.