Straightening Smiles with Invisalign
Invisalign Braces Perry Vale Dental
Do you wish you could achieve a straight smile without wearing traditional braces? The good news is you can. FDA-approved Invisalign lets you straighten your teeth without the metal brackets and wires used by conventional braces. That’s because Invisalign moves teeth using a series of clear, removable trays instead. Using trays instead of brackets and wires allows you to enjoy a more comfortable and discreet treatment. You also won’t have to worry about developing mouth abrasions since there’s no metal involved.
But that’s not all that Invisalign patients can look forward to. Your trays can also be removed before brushing, flossing, and eating. As a result, you can enjoy all your favorite foods while going through treatment. You can also care for your smile just as thoroughly as you normally would. And because there aren’t any wires for us to tighten, you can spend less time in our office. Instead of coming in for routine adjustments, we’ll only need to check your progress from occasionally.
During the planning stages of your Invisalign treatment, the dentist will use 3-D technology to create a very specific plan for you, complete with images showing you the results you can expect. Imagine seeing what your new smile will look like before you ever put on your first aligner. That’s exactly what you can look forward to with Invisalign. Then, once you have your aligners, you’ll simply wear each one for about two weeks. You’ll visit us roughly every six weeks so we can check on your progress.
Made to move all sorts of smiles.
Invisalign treatment is clinically proven to be effective. In the hands of an experienced Invisalign Provider it can be used to treat mild to complex teeth straightening issues.
Overly crowded teeth can get worse over time, and result in severely crooked teeth. This crowding can lead to plaque accumulation, tooth decay and an increased chance of gum disease.
Spacing issues and gaps between teeth can lead to gum problems (due to lack of protection by the teeth), periodontal pockets and increased risk of periodontal disease.
Deep bite can lead to gum problems or irritation, and/or wear on the lower teeth, and can cause painful jaw and joint problems.
Underbite can prevent the normal function of front teeth or molars, which can lead to tooth wear. It can also cause painful jaw and joint problems.
Open bite can cause poor or painful chewing, and even speech impairment. It can also lead to greater issues like temporomandibular joint disorder (TMJD)