Invisalign: A Top-Secret Way To Straighten Your Smile
Since the inception of clear aligners, Invisalign® has quickly revolutionized the world of orthodontics because there are now other options available to straighten your teeth besides metal, ceramic, or clear braces. You may want to visit a dentist in Park Ridge to start Invisalign treatment, and you probably want to investigate your options between braces and aligners. Or perhaps you have general questions since this decision affects your overall quality of life.
Until recently, orthodontic treatment was focused mainly on children or teenagers and the preferred method was metal train-track braces. Today, about 20% of orthodontic patients are between 20 and 60 years of age, which is why Invisalign is becoming so popular as most adults find metallic braces on their teeth to be a bit of an eyesore.
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- achieve a straighter smile at any age
- eat and speak the way you should
- feel good about family photo opportunities
- remove aligners when you need to
- brush and floss without any difficulty.
Whether you’re dealing with an overbite, underbite, crossbite, gap teeth, an open bite, or crooked teeth, Invisalign may be the best orthodontic option to resolve these common smile issues. Millions of people around the globe have benefited from this treatment. Now, find out if it’s your turn?
How Invisalign Works
Invisalign aligners are made out of BPA-free clear plastic. They are designed specifically for your smile so that they fit comfortably and work like they’re supposed to. Most patients have to wear their aligners for 20-22 hours per day. Some patients experience their total transformation within a year, which is faster than the typical braces treatment. We will monitor the process, and you will get new aligners to wear every so often. Your teeth will shift gradually, so you don’t need to be concerned about the process being rushed.
Invisalign is known as the most advanced orthodontic system in the world for straightening teeth. It has been helping patients, both adults and teens, transform their smiles.
Caring For Your Invisalign Aligners
Invisalign has its cleaning system, which we can hook you up with. Or, you can brush them with your regular toothpaste and wash off the toothpaste in lukewarm water. Just be sure not to rinse with hot water because it could damage them.
If you’ve been dealing with crooked teeth for some time or know someone who has, get in touch today. We’ve helped many patients create the smile of their dreams with Invisalign.