Are you 100% happy with the appearance of your teeth? If yes, then read no further. If the answer is no and you are looking for a discreet and effective way to straighten you teeth, the Invisalign system may be exactly what you are looking for. The Invisalign system uses a series of thin, clear, custom-made aligners that are designed to gently move your teeth into a new and straighter position. Here at our practice in Weybridge, Invisalign aligners are used for mild to moderate teeth straightening. These are cases where your teeth are not severely crowded and you do not need any teeth to be removed at the start of the treatment. One of the great things about this tooth straightening treatment is that you will have a clear idea of how your teeth will eventually look before your treatment even begins.
More than 4 million people around the world, including Tom Cruise and Oprah Winfrey, have used the Invisalign system to achieve a straighter, healthier smile. It is popular with people in the public eye because the aligners are virtually invisible, which means that you can carry on your daily life with no intrusive comments about your braces. Each aligner is made to move your teeth over a two week period, and needs to be worn for a minimum of 20 hours each day for maximum effect. You should only remove the aligners when you are eating, or cleaning your teeth and the aligners.
Not just straighter, but healthier too
Apart from making your teeth look better aesthetically, having straighter teeth and an even bite helps to ensure that your teeth remain healthier for longer too. Straight teeth are easier to keep clean and an even bite will ensure that there is no excessive pressure on individual teeth, which can cause long-term damage to them.
For many people in Weybridge, Invisalign aligners offer an effective, affordable and safe solution to teeth straightening, which allows them to achieve the smile they have dreamed of without having to wear fixed metal braces. Why not find out about the well kept Invisalign secret, the one that 4 million people now share.