Thursday, January 28, 2016

More about Invisalign

Invisalign is one of the newest ways to straighten your teeth and get the smile you’ve always wanted. If you’re choosing between straightening your teeth the traditional way or using Invisalign, make sure you’re well-informed on both options. Let’s read an article of Rebecca.

After Invisalign….Essix Retainers, Vivera or Fixed?

When I first started Invisalign, the time when I would finally be wearing retainers seemed like such a distant prospect that I barely even allowed myself to give it a second thought. In my imagination, a day when I would have good teeth was a day that I dreamt about, but not one that I ever REALLY thought might come.

As I mentioned in my last post, my upper teeth have now been happily ensconsed in retainers for some time, and I thought those of you still on your journey to get that to that point, might like to see what the different retainers look like.

Read the full article here: http://myinvisalignblog.com/2012/01/after-invisalign-essix-retainers-vivera-fixed.html

 

Let’s read the next article of Darren Flowers, DMD that will give us some idea if braces are way better that Invisalign.

Are braces better than Invisalign?

Orthodontic treatments that use either braces or Invisalign are just few of the many techniques used by dental professionals in straightening the teeth of their patients. They straighten teeth to give them an ideal position, improve their look, and promote proper function. Invisalign utilizes a set of clear plastic trays as a means of achieving the position. Traditional braces, on the other hand, usually make use of metal wires with an aim of getting the most ideal movement or position for the teeth.

The use of Invisalign is an efficient method for tooth movements that are not too complicated. A set of clear, computer-generated trays is ideally worn 24 hours a day with change-outs every two weeks. There are certain trays that can last for six months to one year. However, these require some form of retention to prevent the teeth from shifting back. One of its best advantages is that the trays are relatively invisible. Hence the name Invisalign.

Read full article here: Are braces better than Invisalign?

 

I used to wear braces and my teeth have since shifted. Can Invisalign help?
Many of the more than 1 million wearers of Invisalign have worn braces in their past and have experienced shifting afterward. Invisalign can usually correct the problem without having to go through the social awkwardness associated with wearing metal braces. Contact us for more information about http://www.smilesinsantarosa.com/contact-us/ or braces.

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