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Invisalign Pros and Cons

The Pros of Invisalign:

1) No need to see a doctor if you have no symptoms.

You will not get sick from using Invisalign.

2) There are no side effects when using Invisalign.

3) If you do get ill with any kind of complication, there is always surgery available to fix your problem.

4) Your teeth will stay healthy and look good even after wearing Invisalign for years!

5) You can wear Invisalign for many years without any problems.

6) Invisalign does not cause tooth decay or gum disease.

7) If you want to go back to regular dentures, you just need to take them out and put in new ones.

8) You don’t have to worry about getting cavities again because they won’t grow back after wearing Invisalign for so long.

9) You can enjoy life and still maintain your smile.

10) You can easily afford Invisalign. 11) You will never lose your teeth or experience any other complications from wearing Invisalign.

12) It’s easy to learn how to use Invisalign properly and it doesn’t require too much time. 13) With proper care, you can expect to live longer than you would with regular dentures or braces.

The Cons of Invisalign:

1) You may experience discomfort when using Invisalign.

2) You can’t eat especially sticky or chewy foods while wearing your aligners.

3) Your food may taste different for a while after beginning Invisalign treatment.

4) You cannot brush or clean your teeth like you normally do with regular dentures.

5) There is a bit of an adjustment period when first wearing your aligners.

6) You must wear your aligners as directed otherwise you may not get the best results.

7) If you ever want to have a more natural smile, then you will need to wear your aligners for the rest of your life.

What is Invisalign?

Invisalign is an invisible way to improve the appearance and health of your teeth without the use of braces or traditional metal and plastic dental devices and appliances. It is custom molded and computer designed to gently shift your teeth in any direction you choose. The aligners are almost invisible to others and comfortable to wear, even during sleep.

You will be given a series of aligners to wear over a period of time that will slowly move your teeth into place. This is different from traditional metal braces or other appliances since the aligners can be removed for cleaning and eating.

Many patients choose to take them out while sleeping.

The aligners are made of a translucent plastic material that is comfortable to wear and nearly impossible to detect, even when smiling or talking. You can easily place the aligners in your mouth yourself, without the use of any adhesive or dental glue.You should see an improvement every few weeks as your teeth gradually move into their new positions.

Although Invisalign is not a substitute for proper dental healthcare, you should keep up with your regular dental check-ups and maintenance at the same time.

Invisalign has revolutionized dentistry and has allowed us to bring you this new way to improve your smile and your life. This amazing new technology can now correct problems that once would have required painful metal braces or unsightly removable appliances.

Invisalign can also be removed to eat, drink, brush and floss.

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