Are you embarrassed to smile? Do you cover your mouth when you laugh? Have you thought about getting braces, but decided it was too late to deal with all that metal in your mouth? Anderson Dental Care can have you smiling confidently without painful metal braces using Invisalign.
Invisalign uses a series of clear plastic aligners to move your teeth in the same way that braces do, but with many benefits that wire braces lack.
We will take an impression of your mouth, which is then scanned into a computer as a 3D model. We can use that model to plan your treatment and build each different aligner especially for you. The technology behind Invisalign procedure allows us to model the movement of your teeth at each step and create the most effective treatment plan possible.
If you are interested in getting the smile you have always wanted but have been hesitant, then you should consider Invisalign.
One of the great options out there today with technology is Invisalign in Cincinnati. Invisalign is clear braces, so it’s something you can wear and nobody knows that you’re wearing it. A lot of times I see patients that have maybe one or two teeth that are out of place, they’re a little bit crooked or it’s aesthetically not pleasing to them. There’s a couple different options there. There’s the option of doing the old traditional braces, have the metal on the teeth. It works over time – the issue with that is you feel like you’re a teenager again.
There’s this great technological advance of being able to use these clear braces. These clear aligners actually go in and they attach to your teeth and over time usually six months or maybe a year and a half period, we can get those teeth where we want them to be. One of the awesome aspects of it as well is it’s all technology based. We take those first impressions, send them off to a lab and they actually make a computer markup, a computer drawing of what your teeth will look like beforehand and afterwards, and all the steps that we have to do to get there. It’s a great experience, and I’m able to see a lot of great reactions from it when they are able to see what their smile could look like.
Invisalign is Easy To Wear
Invisalign is incredibly easy to wear, teens with Invisalign definitely agree. Unlike metal braces that can irritate the inside of your mouth causing blisters, bleeding, and potential infections, Invisalign aligners are thin and smooth. This makes them more comfortable to wear than regular braces, offering beautiful results with minimal discomfort.
For the best results, you should wear your Invisalign aligner for 22 hours out of the day. That means you can still take them out when it is time to eat, and you can still care for your teeth with routine brushing and flossing. If worn as recommended, you won’t notice any lifestyle changes. Some patients develop a slight lisp when they first start treatment, but this generally passes quickly.
Traditional metal braces can leave you even more embarrassed than when you just had crooked teeth. With Invisalign in Cincinnati, your treatment will be practically invisible! All you’ll get are compliments on your smile!
Invisalign aligners are so thin that they aren’t just invisible, they hardly cause any change in the shape of your mouth. You can have the smile you want without any of the hassle that comes with older forms of treatment!
Shorter Treatment Times Compared To Metal Braces
With standard braces, you are often working toward your new smile for two or more years. When you also consider the multiple trips to the orthodontist for adjustments and maintenance, you have a major time commitment to commit to!
With Invisalign in Cincinnati, your treatment will typically last about 12 to 18 months. Not only that, but your dental checkups are less frequent and don’t require the same invasive work that braces do.
After treatment is over, you’ll still need to wear a retainer, but it will likely only be at night while you sleep. You wouldn’t want to lose that perfect new smile!
If you are interested in Invisalign in Cincinnati, then call our office today at
(513) 817-0834 or make an appointment using our online form.