Realign With Invisalign

Girl wearing Invisalign bracesIn this day and age, no-one should be walking around with crooked teeth, regardless of whether they are too nervous to attend the dentist or they are too proud to wear braces. There is always going to be a way to achieve a healthier, happier smile.

If the case is being too proud to wear braces, well that objection can be thrown out. Introducing Invisalign – just as the name suggests. Invisible Aligning. In Weybridge, Invisalign is a teeth straightening treatment offered by most good dental clinics, such as Weybridge Orthodontics.

Visible difference through invisible treatment

Invisalign in Weybridge are a series of clear plastic aligners which fit comfortably over the patients’ teeth. They apply a gentle pressure which over time guides the teeth into the desired position. The aligners are usually changed every two weeks to sustain a continued pressure on the teeth. These invisible braces are also popular due to the fact they are removable which makes it easier for cleaning, eating and removing for special occasions, but remember a tool is only as good as its user so wearing the aligners for the specified number of hours per day (usually about 22 hours) will be the only way to achieve optimal results.

In Weybridge, Invisalign is also the least scary option for braces. There is nothing to be fixed to the teeth. No drilling, no gluing. A few photos are taken at the initial consultation and then inputted into the computer where 3D imagery is used to map out the course of the patient’s treatment. From this imagery, a dentist can show a picture of the end result, and also obtain a more accurate time scale for the treatment. This imagery will then be used to make the series of aligners the patient will use over the course of the treatment. The custom-made aligners are simply then just clipped to the back teeth. On and off. That’s all there is to it.

So when it comes to teeth straightening options, there is no doubt that Invisalign is a number one choice for those too proud, or too nervous to attend the dentist.

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