The use of Invisalign in Weybridge is becoming a more popular option to regular ‘train track’ style braces, as people seek a less visible alternative to the traditional metal wire that still provides excellent results. The treatment uses no wires or brackets, which has seen this modern approach to straightening teeth being used by over six million patients worldwide.
The treatment uses revolutionary Clincheck software to ensure the precise fit of your aligner to your mouth. The technology applies the correct amount of force and pressure for every tooth movement, so that they move in the correct time with one another. This can help treat and move the teeth in the desired order.
How often should you wear your aligners?
For the best results, the recommendation is that the aligners should be worn at least twenty hours per day. During this time you can keep eating all of your favourite foods as normal, as well as continue to play sports and do all activities without worrying about the aligners coming loose or being affected. You can also rest assured that without the hassle of brackets and braces breaking, there should also be reduced emergency visits and problems with your treatment.
The professional and sleek look you desire.
If you work in a corporate office and have meetings on a regular basis, or maybe if you have just started university and will be meeting hundreds of new people a day, what you want is a look that is discreet. You want to feel confident and assured in your smile. Straight teeth and teeth that are healthy can help you to feel more confident in your appearance. This is particularly important when making first impressions and having a confident smile says a lot about a person.
What you don’t want is to feel self-conscious about how your teeth look or feel. Straightening teeth doesn’t have to be a daunting experience, where confidence can be affected, such as with traditional ‘train-track’ style braces, with the strip of metal across the front teeth. But thanks to Invisalign, teeth straightening needn’t be such a terrible experience.
This revolutionary treatment can be the solution to straightening your teeth that you’ve been looking for. Because of the barely visible appearance, you can feel confident in the knowledge that in your working and professional environments, your colleagues and peers will barely notice you’re using them.
When might you need to have teeth straightening work?
There are various situations in which having a treatment for straightening teeth may be necessary. It may be that you have crooked teeth, or teeth that stick out, causing an irregular bite. In this case, you may also have trouble speaking or pronouncing words clearly. According to the NHS website, there can be a host of other reasons that you may be required to visit an orthodontist, such as a bad bite or teeth gaps, that may also result in you needing to seek dental treatment. Having an appointment with your orthodontist may help you decide if treatment is the right step for you and your smile.