It is never too late to have your teeth straightened if you missed your chance of having braces when you were younger.
The question is, how do you choose the one that is right for you when there are now so many straightening devices available?
Invisalign in Weybridge might be the solution you have been looking for if you want straight teeth without having to go through the somewhat uncomfortable ordeal of wearing metal braces.
There are infinite possibilities with Invisalign. Enjoy the freedoms of this brace-free alternative, unconstrained by the inconveniences of metals, wires and elastic bands.
Come and have a chat with our expert team at Weybridge Orthodontics and start the process of re-aligning your teeth with us today.
What is Invisalign in Weybridge?
Invisalign are pieces of BPA-free plastic that are moulded to fit over your teeth and gums perfectly.
Every couple of weeks, we require you to replace your retainer with a new set. While the sets are, by and large, similar shapes, they are slightly different versions of each other; the purpose of which is to adjust your teeth until they reach their desired position, which is determined at the start of your treatment.
What are the steps to getting Invisalign
On your first consultation or soon afterwards, we take dental impressions of your teeth using a state-of-the-art digital scanner.
Using these results, we devise a treatment plan that shows how your teeth will move, incrementally, over time. This is advantageous because our patients are given an idea of how their teeth might look post-treatment, which helps them adjust their expectations.
We then send the blueprint to our technicians who then custom-design aligner trays.
What are the benefits of having Invisalign in Weybridge?
The most desirable factor of Invisalign is that the retainers that are used are nearly invisible. The clear and colourless plastic gives the retainer a discreet appearance, meaning you can use them without anyone knowing that you are wearing them, which is music to the ears of self-conscious teenagers and adults.
You can remove the aligners when you eat, drink and brush your teeth, which means you do not have to adapt your lifestyle in any way over the course of your treatment.
Regarding your cleaning routine, stick to your current regimen, which should include brushing your teeth for 2 to 3 minutes, followed by flossing and rinsing out your mouth with mouthwash.
Are there disadvantages?
Having aligners requires self-discipline that some people do not possess. Having the freedom to remove trays at a moment’s notice does not mean you should. For the treatment to be effective, you need to keep the plates in for 22 out of 24 hours.
For this reason, younger children, who also have a greater tendency to lose things, should consider an alternative brace system.
Another reason why Invisalign might not be the best choice for you is that it is a straightening device with limitations. To be considered a suitable candidate, the nature of your issue must be mild to moderate, anything more complicated requires more conventional straightening methods.
We are Invisalign providers. Let us introduce you to a brace-free alternative and pave the way toward perfect teeth.