Invisalign Vs Traditional Braces

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Invisalign is a modern alternative to straighten your teeth without wires or metal. It involves a series of custom aligners designed specifically for your teeth. The aligners are made from a smooth plastic that covers your teeth and gradually moves them into place.

Unlike traditional braces, there are no brackets to tighten. Instead, you use different aligners as your teeth move into position. Typically aligners are changed every two weeks.

Invisalign is a popular choice for straightening teeth because it involves minimal disturbance to your daily routine or appearance. The aligners are difficult to see and most people will have no idea you are wearing them. You can see how this presents a “clear” advantage over traditional metal braces!

The many other advantages of Invisalign include:
Clear aligners won’t draw attention to your orthodontic treatment
• Removable aligners allow you to participate in sports more freely
• Removable aligners allow for normal brushing and flossing
• Removable aligners allow you to eat what you want!
• Comfortable aligners are custom-made to fit your teeth
• Aligners will not cause mouth abrasions like conventional metal and wire braces

For a clear and convenient alternative to braces, turn to Invisalign. This is realignment procedure corrects your smile in a far less intrusive manner than traditional braces. Start the transformation process with Invisalign, and smile confidently!

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