Did you know that around 40 percent of adults wish they could change their smiles? That’s a lot of people! If you’ve ever considered making changes to your teeth you’ve probably been stopped by the idea of wearing braces. No one wants to deal with “metal mouth” for two years as an adult!
Alternatives like Invisalign exist, but a lot of people dismiss them because they think their teeth are too crooked to get results. That might have been the case when Invisalign was new to the dental world, but technology has improved. Invisalign just might be able to treat your smile too!
Get A New Smile, Metal Free
Our Cincinnati dentist office has been putting patients in Invisalign for years. In that time we’ve crafted some incredibly happy smiles, and we hope we can do the same for you. Don’t sell Invisalign treatment short yet – read on to see what it’s truly capable of and why a straighter smile also equals a healthier one.
Suffering From Gapped Teeth?
That sounds like a no-brainer – of course Invisalign can close gaps. We aren’t talking about that simple little one between your front teeth. We’re talking about a set of teeth that look too small for their mouth. Invisalign can get them squared away, and all in about half the time of braces.
Closing gaps like those is important for your health, too. An excess of exposed gums means there’s a better chance for getting gum disease. Closing those gaps closes up sensitive spaces, giving you just the right amount of space to easily keep healthy.
It’s A Bit Crowded In Here, Isn’t It?
Crowded teeth don’t just look a mess – they’re also a serious health risk too. Have you ever had trouble getting floss in between your teeth? That’s a sign of crowding, and it can lead to tooth decay and gum disease in those tight, unflossable spaces.
In many cases of overcrowding there’s one or two overzealous teeth that have decided their happiness is more important that a bunch of other ones. We can get them back in line while also giving your crowded teeth room to breath, perfecting your smile and preventing harm.
The Under-Over(bite) Game
Jutting jaws or stuck-forward teeth can be embarrassing. Think you need a full set of braces to eliminate it? Think again. Invisalign can treat a lot of under and overbites. While the most severe cases will still require braces or oral surgery those cases are rare.
If you’ve been dealing with an under or overbite you may have had some pain in your jaw joint. It’s a common problem for people suffering from this kind of malocclusion. The teeth want to be in one home position and the jaw wants to be in another. That just equals stress on the joint! Fixing your smile can eliminate that pain too.
Got A Bite That Just Stays Open?
Close your teeth naturally. Is there a visible space between your top and bottom rows of teeth? That’s called an open bite, and it can cause quite a few embarrassing problems. Not only does an open bite contribute to a lot of speech impediments, it also causes trouble eating certain foods and drinking.
Let Invisalign fix those teeth – it’s pretty simple! All we have to do is figure out which ones are sticking forward and push them back into place. You can have a great new look in no time at all!
It’s Not Just For Adults, Either
At Anderson Dental Care we’re proud to offer Invisalign treatments for adults and teens. If you wore braces as a child imagine how much better life could have been without those irritating braces!
When we plan you or your teenager’s Invisalign treatment we model everything digitally so you can see the movement of each individual tooth. You’ll be amazed at what can happen over the course of a single year of treatment, and you’ll be able to see it all before deciding to take the leap.
Ready To Perfect And Protect Your Smile?
All it takes to get the ball rolling on an Invisalign treatment plan is a no-pressure consultation at our Cincinnati dentist office. We’ll show you exactly what Invisalign can do for you without trying to sell you into treatment – it’s your choice to make!
Take the first step – call our office today at (513) 231-7755 or request an appointment by filling out our online form. We look forward to seeing you soon!