Orthodontics / Invisalign
Invisalign Braces for Orthodontic Treatment
Orthodontics correct the bite, crowded and crooked teeth, realign the jaw. Also, it can also be relied on to correct a variety of other problems. Most orthodontic treatments require brackets which are bonded to your teeth and a wire which runs from tooth to tooth.
Traditional braces make use of brackets that are initiated into the movement with the help of archwires and rubber ligatures. On their own, the three components are objects but when they are brought together, they achieve amazing things.
For a while now, orthodontic treatments have been done successfully through metal braces. also, another treatment option is given and they are regarded as “invisible braces”.
Invisalign is the most modern orthodontic approach employed by dentists and in lieu of dental braces. The treatment procedure is carried out with the use of aligners. The aligners are clear or invisible trays that are worn to designate some kind of timed movement which will bring the teeth into alignment.
Invisalign, unlike traditional braces, is the more comfortable and more aesthetically appealing approach to straightening teeth. There is no metal-show so you do not have to endure an unsightly metal smile.
There are so many benefits that influence the decision of patients to choose this treatment; but either way, patients get to enjoy a great smile transformation.
Regardless of whether you opted for dental braces or Invisalign, the result is a perfect smile. But once the teeth have been repositioned, you will have to wear a retainer to keep the teeth in position.
Upon completion of the orthodontic treatment, your teeth will be straight and beautiful. But since this position is not yet stable, it will have to be retained and maintained with retainers.
Get that straight and beautiful smile without the metal but with clear and invisible braces by Invisalign.
For confident smile brought about by straighter and aligned teeth, call Dr. Zaveri’s General and Cosmetic Dentistry, Alta Dental Care at (909) 985-6116.