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Invisalign Braces At Angel Orthodontics

By: | Tags: | Comments: 0 | March 29th, 2017

 

          The happiness you see, braces you don’t.

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Invisalign is a great alternative to the most common type of braces; the conventional fixed metal type. Therefore Invisalign is specifically aimed at those who wish to have the benefits of braces, but are conscious of the aesthetics of it. The Invisalign is a removable type of brace that gently moves teeth in the desired position, using transparent plastic aligners.

There are numerous benefits that come with selecting Invisalign. Firstly the brace is transparent, making it hard to spot unless directly up close. There is great comfort whilst wearing it.  Unlike conventional braces, Invisalign can be removed. However, it is extremely important to understand that as a result of this, there is a lot more responsibility and cooperation involved.

Invisalign can fix numerous orthodontic issues; gaps, crowding or crooked teeth. However, for some severe orthodontic problems fixed braces will be more suitable. Invisalign is also beneficial to those who are allergic to the metal used in conventional braces. There is also the freedom to eat and drink anything you wish during treatment. You can also brush and floss, as Invisalign has no metal, wires or brackets.

 

How is Invisalign done? Two impressions are taken, firstly a rough copy of the teeth then one with the use of fine material to create accuracy in the final impression. An animation is then produced to present the movement of the patient’s teeth. The treatment consists of clear plastic aligners which creates gradual movement to align teeth to perfection.

 

Recommendations:

Invisalign is recommended to resolve mild to moderate spacing or crowding.

This treatment is aimed at adults and teenagers.

Our Specialists at Angel Orthodontics are Invisalign certified.

If you have any questions or wish to do further reading on our services, please visit:www.angelorthodontics.co.uk.

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