Invisalign® is a popular procedure that uses transparent aligners to correct dental misalignment. Their design makes them a lot more comfortable than conventional braces. Since Invisalign aligners are removable, you can eat all of your favorite meals and participate in all of your favorite activities without worrying about having to go to the dentist for damaged brackets and wires. You may also remove them to brush your teeth, allowing you to maintain good oral hygiene while undergoing treatment. They are a practical and effective solution to a variety of problems.
What issues can Invisalign treat?
The following are issues that Invisalign can help correct:
An overbite is a case where the upper front teeth align further than the lower front teeth. A minor overbite is hardly an issue, but when it becomes too large, it may cause oral issues. The teeth may begin to wear down, or patients may suffer jaw discomfort.
This is the opposite of overbite and occurs when the lower teeth align further than the upper front teeth. This can make eating and talking more difficult and cause the teeth to deteriorate more quickly than usual. In certain instances, Invisalign can be effective for correcting the problem. The dentist may recommend other options in case of a serious underbite.
Gaps between teeth
The term "gap teeth" refers to the excess space between some of your teeth. These may cause food to get trapped in pockets, causing the gums to become sensitive and irritated. Invisalign may close the gaps between the teeth, significantly impacting a patient's regular dental hygiene regimen.
In a crossbite, the upper and lower jaws do not align correctly, and some of the upper teeth are trapped within the lower teeth. It may cause teeth deterioration and gum recession, resulting in painful gum issues. Fortunately, crossbites can typically be corrected using Invisalign.
An open bite is when the top and bottom teeth do not touch when the mouth is closed. Since the teeth are not correctly positioned for effective function, it may be difficult to bite into foods like apples. Patients can ask about a personalized bite correction treatment plan from the dentist.
There is not always enough space in the mouth to accommodate all of the teeth. The teeth may get bundled together, overlap, and twist, making brushing and flossing difficult as a result. This may lead to plaque buildup, which can lead to tooth decay and gum disease.
Ready for straighter teeth with Invisalign?
Invisalign is effective for most dental alignment problems, plus it is almost undetectable in your mouth, pleasant to wear, produces fast improvements, and improves your oral health. If you want to enhance your smile, Invisalign is an excellent option. Even if your oral health is already good, little adjustments can make a huge difference in your confidence, so it is a wonderful choice to explore. Get in touch with our dental office today to arrange an appointment.
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