Are you one of the many individuals choosing the option of wearing invisible braces for straightening your teeth?
This modern choice for braces seems like a miracle solution for those who would rather have their teeth straightened discreetly, it nonetheless comes with its own set of complications that we will address today.
Like anything that is accomplished over a period of time, there is a process involved which takes time to become accustomed to. Understanding and dedicating yourself to this process will help you achieve the end results you are looking for.
How does Invisalign work?
Patients wear a series of clear, plastic, custom-made trays over their teeth 20 to 22 hours a day. This leaves you with 2 – 4 hours for eating and oral hygiene. Each set of trays are designed to gently exert pressure on the teeth to rearrange their positions. As teeth move, the trays are replaced with new ones every two to three weeks until treatment is complete.
Invisalign are worn almost all day long 20 to 22 hours everyday. The trays are changed every 2-3 weeks to accommodate tooth movement depending on the complexity of treatment and wearing time may be evaluated as treatment progresses.
Pros: By wearing them for the recommended time, your teeth will move as expected and your aligning trays ill not feel uncomfortable doing movement.
Pros: The upside to keeping your aligners clean is a healthy mouth.
To find out more information and to book an appointment visit: www.angelorthodontics.co.uk