Find Out if Invisalign® Is Right for You
- Posted on: Apr 21 2017
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Uneven, badly aligned teeth are among the top reasons that people turn to cosmetic dentistry. In addition to their unsightly appearance, badly aligned teeth can eventually lead to more serious oral health problems such as jaw pain and disease from plaque trapped between crooked teeth. Invisalign®is an alignment process that takes the traditional braces to the next level with its convenience, ease of use and unobtrusive appearance. Today, it is used to treat a number of alignment issues, so consult your cosmetic dentist to find out if Invisalign® is right for you.
When you start the Invisalign® process, your dentist will use the dedicated software to create custom aligners for you, based on a computer analysis of x-rays and impressions taken from your teeth. Following your customized treatment plan, you will periodically receive a new set of aligners to keep pace with the movement of your teeth. Each set of aligners will be based on the results from the periodic check-ups on the movement of your teeth.
Your aligners will be made from a high quality smooth plastic, which is comfortable to wear and also has the advantage of being very inconspicuous. During a typical treatment, you will change aligner sets every two weeks, while continuing to see your dentist approximately once every six weeks in order to monitor your progress and adjust your treatment plan as needed.
Find an Experienced Dentist
If you are interested in Invisalign®, it is important to find a provider with knowledge and experience of this specific process. Your dentist will then be able to determine whether Invisalign® is an appropriate treatment for you. This process can be used to correct a wide range of dental problems, from crooked teeth to severe malocclusion.
Invisalign® is an easy and convenient way to have your teeth looking better than ever. If you want to improve your appearance and your oral health with Invisalign® in Franklin Square, NY, call Clock Tower Dental at 516-352-1000.
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