6 reasons Invisalign is the right orthodontic treatment


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invisalignInvisalign provides teens and adults with a flexible orthodontic solution to their crooked teeth.

Invisalign treatment comprises of a series of clear aligners that are individually made for your orthodontic requirements. These aligner trays are made of smooth, comfortable and virtually invisible plastic that you wear over your teeth.

With Invisalign, your teeth are gradually moved into alignment with a change of aligners every two weeks until your teeth are in the desired position. Unlike conventional braces, there are no metal brackets to attach and no wires to tighten.

Here are 6 ways Invisalign may be the perfect orthodontic treatment option for you

1.They’re almost invisible

Probably the number one reason Invaisalign is a favourite alternative to braces is the fact that clear aligners are very hard to see, so your natural look is unaltered during treatment.

2.They’re removable

When you need to clean your teeth, enjoy a meal or a special occasion, you simply remove the aligners; just remember to reinsert them afterwards.

3.You can eat what you like

As you can remove the aligners for meals, you ate free to eat the foods you would normally enjoy, without restriction.

4.They are no brackets or wires

Without the brackets and wires associated with traditional orthodontics, your natural smile can shine through.

5.They’re not bulky

Your speech, although needing a day or so to adjust at first, will be hardly affected, if at all.

6.They’re hygienic

With fewer nooks and crannies for bacteria to hide in, this orthodontic solution is more hygienic than traditional braces.

Call one of our friendly receptionist on 13 13 96 to arrange a complimentary no-obligation consultation with a specialist orthodontist at Smile Solutions.

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*The contents of this blog post are of a general nature only and may not apply to your specific circumstances. As every person is different we always recommend that you visit a qualified dental practitioner to obtain tailored dental advice to suit your own specific needs.

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