Now there’s a process for straightening teeth that is less visible and more convenient than traditional braces.
A new way to address misalignment
Whenever someone suffers from misalignment of their teeth, including an underbite, overbite or crossbite, it is usually advisable to undergo some form of corrective treatment. Traditionally, that has involved braces, brackets and wires that can be uncomfortable and very noticeable. But now there is an alternative.
Invisalign is an effective way to achieve straighter teeth, giving you more confidence every time you talk or smile. Straighter teeth also tend to be less prone to tooth decay and gum disease as they are easier to clean. So for a better appearance and better oral health, find out how Invisalign could work for you.
The invisalign difference
With Invisalign, you wear almost invisible aligners that can be removed for eating and brushing. The aligners are custom-made for your teeth following 3D computer imaging. Over several months you move through a series of aligners, each one slightly different to gently move your teeth into the new position.