If you live in Haymarket, Virginia, you may be aware of all of the gorgeous smiles that are coming out of Lifetime Smiles in Haymarket, Virginia. Dr. Sina Reangber and the team can help you get the smile you deserve with clear teeth straightening aligners.
For decades, if people with malocclusion wanted to straighten their teeth, their options included metal braces. While effective, metal braces are uncomfortable and can make some people self-conscious. With Invisalign, you can straighten your teeth without any traces of metal.
Simply put, if you have dental malocclusion, your teeth are misaligned or crooked. Indeed, having a smile that you’re not proud of can affect your self-esteem, but when you’re nervous about smiling, it can also affect your relationships.
Additionally, worrying health issues can happen when you suffer from dental malocclusion. When your teeth are re-aligned, you are less at risk for many of these issues.
You can avoid many of these problems with good orthodontia treatment. Invisalign clear aligners can help you straighten your teeth while still having control over how you take care of your oral health and enjoy the foods you love.
Invisalign is a remarkable new dental innovation that is used to correct mild misalignment and tooth crookedness (malocclusion). In some ways, Invisalign works like traditional metal braces. Both treatments use gentle but consistent force to move your natural teeth to straighter positions slowly. However, that’s where the two types of teeth straighteners part ways because, with Invisalign, you have discreet and comfortable orthodontia.
You may have seen Invisalign referred to as clear braces or invisible aligners. Unlike traditional braces, the Invisalign treatment process doesn’t include any metal at all. To give an idea of what Invisalign looks like, picture the mouth guard athletes wear to protect their teeth. Invisalign clear aligners look loosely like this, except your clear aligners are very thin and much more discreet.
To get straight teeth with Invisalign, you always wear your aligners and only remove them to brush your teeth and eat.
Once you have started the Invisalign process, you’ll return to your dentist’s office every couple of weeks for new aligners. Within 6 to 18 months, you’ll be ready to be fitted for your retainers.
Are you ready to give yourself a beautifully straight smile?