Straighten Your Teeth with Invisalign
Invisalign is quickly gaining popularity among orthodontic patients because of its cosmetic and functional purpose. With this invisible technology, you can straighten your teeth without having to worry about your appearance or being limited to your social life. Invisalign helps you hide your dental treatment because of the clear aligners trays. No one knows you're wearing aligners unless you tell them.
Invisalign braces are clear, convenient, and comfortable. They are invisible; people around you will not notice that you are taking orthodontic treatment.
It’s easy and comfortable to wear, all you have to do is wake up, take out your aligners, brush your teeth and clean those aligners, put them back in, and you are ready to go for the entire day, you will surely fall in love with it. They boost your confidence and do not affect you while speaking.
Invisalign braces consist of aligner trays that are smooth, comfortable, and made of virtually invisible plastic that you easily wear over your teeth. In fact, you’ll be surprised to find out how many people won’t even notice you’re going through treatment.
Invisalign fits conveniently into your busy lifestyle. Invisalign treatment not only straightens your teeth, it allows you to continue to maintain your oral hygiene routine such as brushing and flossing since the aligners is removable.
Invisalign aligners are completely removable, allowing you to eat all of your favorite foods whenever you want.
It's important to keep your Invisalign trays clean so that harmful bacteria don’t build up. All you really have to do is get into the routine of brushing and flossing after a meal, gently clean the aligners with warm water and put them back in. This makes it extremely easy to keep your teeth healthy and clean.
Adjusting to life with Invisalign is easy:
When you first place your aligner in your mouth, it might feel rather strange and could even cause you to speak with a lisp. It’s simple and easy, just practice and you
You will get easily used to it. Your speech goes back to normal quickly.
You can expect your mouth to be a bit tender, especially when you first begin your treatment and slowly you will get used to it.
Initially, when you place Invisalign in your mouth, you may start to produce a lot of extra saliva. So drink plenty of water that will rinse away some of that excess moisture and help keep you hydrated.