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Is Invisalign Right for You?

Last updated 5 years ago

There is a variety of ways to enhance your smile with the help of a cosmetic dentist. If you desire straight teeth but are unsure whether to choose traditional metal braces, porcelain veneers, or Invisalign aligner trays, check out the following information to learn why Invisalign may be a good choice for you:

You Have Minor Orthodontic Issues
Invisalign is designed to treat many of the same issues corrected by metal braces, including overcrowding of teeth, noticeable gaps, and abnormal bite. By gently shifting teeth into position, Invisalign aligners can provide an attractive smile, facilitate better oral hygiene, and minimize pain caused by improper movement of the jaw joint.

You Practice Self-Discipline
Because Invisalign aligners can be removed for eating and oral care, many patients are tempted to leave them off for longer periods of time. However, in order for the treatment to be as effective and efficient as possible, you should keep your aligners in for at least 20 hours each day. This commitment is made easier by the comfort of custom-fit trays that won’t irritate the inside of your mouth.

You Want to Look Your Best
Whether you are a high-profile professional who wishes to straighten your teeth discreetly or a student wanting to avoid the hassle of metal braces, Invisalign can keep your smile looking picture-perfect throughout the treatment process. You won’t ever have to worry about the remnants of a meal remaining in your teeth; after your treatment ends, you are also unlikely to exhibit the discolored white spots that can affect those with traditional metal braces.

Learn more about the benefits of Invisalign by calling The Smile Design Center of Baltimore at (443) 275-9821. We can walk you through the process involved in straightening your teeth with Invisalign and help you decide which methods are best for achieving the look you want.


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