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Invisalign is a customized aligner designed to straighten the teeth to keep them in shape. Invisalign is clear and almost invisible, and cannot be adequately detected by the eyes when worn. These clear braces allow patients to wear a beautiful smile when on, unlike the metal braces which are stuck to the teeth permanently and can only be removed when the teeth have shifted to the desired position, this clear aligner can be removed occasionally for brushing eating, and flossing.

How the Invisalign Works?

Invisalign works for moderate cases and is not so useful in fixing severe issues, it includes no metal and is barely noticeable. They consist of a series of trays that works gradually to shift the teeth slightly into place. Generally, Invisalign can treat cases like gapped teeth, open bites, and so on. Gapped teeth can typically lead to gum problems, open bite leads to a painful joint problem because of the stress it causes to the jaw. Invisalign provides beneficial solutions to all these problems and more but should be worn 21 hours every day. This clear brace is more comfortable to handle than metal braces.

Benefits of Invisalign

Although there are many other ways or options to get a straight set of teeth, Invisalign has been seen as a better option. And below are the benefits of using Invisalign

  • Comfort: Invisalign is custom-made trays that are of smooth plastic to fit your teeth, providing more comfort than the metal braces.
  • Saves Time: worries about spending more time in a dentist’s office are gone, as Invisalign only needs to be checked every month. Unlike other teeth straightening which could take much time.
  • Appearance: Invisalign looks better because it is barely seen when on, and is usually more attractive than the metal braces.
  • Safety: Invisalign is smooth and comfortable which helps in reducing the damage of the gum and teeth.

Get ready to wear a beautiful smile and move confidently, because with Invisalign nothing can stop you. So pick up your first clear aligners now.