Category: Invisalign®

How You Can Benefit from Invisalign® Clear Aligners

When teeth aren’t aligned properly, it’s highly important to correct their alignment with appropriate orthodontic treatment. The problems that can arise from your teeth being crooked are significant and can impact every aspect of your oral health, from your smile’s appearance to your bite’s function and more. To help more patients enjoy the benefits of… Read more »

Ask Your Dentist if Invisalign’s the Right Choice

When your teeth are crooked, the most pressing concern might be how they make your smile look. Depending on the severity of your crooked teeth, this impact can be a significant one, and can have serious consequences for your overall self-confidence. However, straightening your crooked teeth does more for your smile than improve its appearance…. Read more »

Good News for Adults with Crooked Teeth

For many people who develop crooked teeth in their late teens or adulthood, the problem can seem even more than it would have been in their childhood. In some cases, appearance and confidence are important parts of a person’s career, and wearing metal braces for a couple of years could have an impact on that… Read more »

Straightening Crooked Teeth with Invisalign®

In our previous article, we examined the importance of straightening crooked teeth, and what problems might occur if you hesitate or neglect to. However, for many older teen and adult patients, orthodontic braces can seem like enough of an inconvenience to cause them to hesitate to address to their tooth misalignment. Today, we explore how… Read more »

What Invisalign® Can Do Better than Braces

Crooked teeth are often hard to ignore, but improving them doesn’t always seem simple. With traditional orthodontic braces, some older teens and adults may hesitate at having to wear the brackets and wires necessary to straighten their crooked teeth and improve their oral health. One of the greatest advantages of Invisalign® clear aligners is their… Read more »

What Orthodontic Treatment Means with Invisalign® Aligners

To many people, it might not seem like there are many options for orthodontic treatment. The traditional method of using metal brackets and wires to straighten crooked teeth is also the most well-known method, and many people who need orthodontic treatment may automatically expect that means they need braces. Fortunately, Invisalign® clear aligners can often… Read more »

Everyday Life with Invisalign® Clear Aligners

After wearing Invisalign® clear aligners for a while, the benefits of straightening your crooked teeth with nearly invisible aligners can seem obvious. Most notably, you can enjoy the confidence of knowing that, once your treatment is complete, your teeth will be straight and healthy, and no one will notice your aligners until then. However, the… Read more »

Caring for Your Smile with Invisalign® Aligners

For many patients who experience tooth misalignment (crooked teeth), Invisalign® clear aligners have proven a valuable alternative to traditional orthodontic braces. The need to straighten crooked teeth is a significant one. When they aren’t aligned properly, your teeth can be subject to a wide range of risks, from severe wear and damage to increased risks… Read more »

How Invisalign® Impacts Your Daily Life

When your teeth aren’t aligned properly, straightening is more than just a cosmetic choice. The alignment of your teeth is essential the proper function of your bite, as well as the daily care and maintenance of your oral health. However, for some patients with crooked teeth, the need to accommodate metal braces bonded to their… Read more »

A Few More Benefits of Invisalign® Aligners

Crooked teeth are hard to ignore, especially when the misalignment is serious. However, for many older teen and adult patients, the appearance and potential inconvenience of traditional braces can be just as difficult to overlook. Fortunately, many patients can correct their tooth misalignment without the need for traditional braces by choosing Invisalign® clear aligners, instead…. Read more »