Invisalign® in Conroe is an orthodontic treatment option for people who don’t want chunky metal wires and brackets in their mouths. This treatment is just as effective as traditional metal braces in moving your teeth into their proper positions.
The most striking difference between the two treatments is their design. While braces consist of rough brackets and wires, Invisalign aligners are smooth and clear custom-made aligners that you wear over your teeth like a mouthguard. Because of its clear design, Invisalign is barely noticeable.
Invisalign are invisible trays that are made from BPA-free plastic. The modern design makes these aligners far more comfortable compared to traditional metal braces. These aligners work pretty much the same way as braces do. Once you wear them, constant gentle pressure is applied to your teeth to straighten them until they are in their desired positions.
Before you are given Invisalign, your orthodontist will first discuss your needs, assess your teeth, and determine if it’s the best treatment for you.
Besides giving you a beautiful and healthy smile, Invisalign offers numerous health benefits. Some examples of the benefits include correcting teeth misalignment, normalizing bad bites, speech improvement, ability to chew food with ease, easy oral care, reduced pain as a result of TMJ caused by the misalignment, and lesser wear and tear caused by crooked and crowded teeth.
If you suffer from orthodontic issues and you’re not a fan of braces, Invisalign might be a good option for you.
At Barker Dentistry & Implant Center, we provide a wide array of dental treatment options, including oral surgery, dentures, dental crowns, implants, Invisalign, and so much more. Our treatment plans are affordable, honest, comprehensive, and guaranteed to meet your needs. If you have any questions, feel free to give us a call.
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