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Have You Heard the Word about Invisible Teeth Straightening?

By Admin / Published on Monday, 05 Dec 2016 01:54 AM / Comments Off on Have You Heard the Word about Invisible Teeth Straightening? / 141 views

Teeth Straightening ResultsThere are now more ways than ever to get your teeth straightened. In the world of dentistry, more and more options are popping up all the time and it is helpful to get more information on some of them so you can be clear about your choice for treatment. Aesthetics are a big part of dentistry and of our lives and it’s not all about the end results. Life keeps going while you are having dental treatment and you may want to sustain a great look while you are getting your teeth straightened as well as when you have the finished result. If so then invisible aligners may be for you.

Realigning your teeth does not mean fixed braces any more. Clinics such as Bow House Dental in Hertfordshire, are offering aligners alongside more traditional methods. These fit over the top of your teeth to gently move them into place. This can help to close gaps, straighten the line of your teeth and give you the smile you want.

Brands such as Invisalign are available at many dental surgeries now. The dentist takes impressions of your teeth and then the aligners are custom made. You take a series of aligners home with you and change them at regular intervals as advised by your dentist so that the aligners change shape with your teeth and your realignment stays on track. Whilst there is a minimum amount of time per day that you need to wear your Invisalign aligner in order to get the benefit from it, you can take them out when you want to for special occasions or to eat. You will also need to clean the aligner as part of your normal dental routine.

You are in control with invisible aligners but your dentist will stay with you every step of the way with advice and ways to look after your teeth while they are being straightened. Also, you will need to wear a retainer for at least a year after treatment to ensure your teeth do not try and return to their original position. This can be fixed or removable – something else to discuss with your dentist at the time.