Do you long to be confident in pictures, but feel too self-conscious to wear traditional braces? If you think there’s no other way to straighten your teeth than with metal wires and brackets, you’ll be pleased to know you can achieve a more beautiful smile with clear aligners. Made from high-quality plastic material, invisible aligners like Invisalign discreetly straighten teeth without drawing unwanted attention.
Benefits of Invisible Aligners
Invisalign offers a variety of benefits that are particularly attractive to adults with crooked teeth. A few of the most notable include:
· Improved oral hygiene
· Rapid treatment times
Unlike traditional braces, invisible aligners don’t have any pieces of metal sticking out. They are smooth on the surface and aren’t attached to the teeth with wires and brackets. Many patients prefer clear aligners over traditional orthodontic appliances because they are more comfortable to wear and don’t snag on the cheeks or lips.
Another benefit of invisible aligners is that they give you the ability to maintain good oral hygiene while wearing them. Traditional braces can be difficult to floss and brush around, but Invisalign can be removed whenever you want to thoroughly clean your teeth.
It’s important to wear your plastic aligners as directed by Dr. Laurence Breiterman, but you can remove them on rare special occasions. This convenience and flexibility make plastic aligners a great choice for working professionals, public speakers and anyone else who wants discrete teeth straightening treatments.
Finally, invisible aligners are beneficial because they offer rapid treatment times. In some cases, Invisalign treatments can be completed up to 50 percent faster than traditional treatments. They also provide consistent, reliable results.
Schedule Your Consultation
Not everyone is a good candidate for clear aligners, so it’s important to schedule a consultation with Dr. Breiterman to find out if you qualify. To schedule your appointment, contact our practice in Wayne, NJ today!
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