How do Invisalign aligners manage to correct crooked smiles? What allows them to make corrections you might only expect from traditional bracket and wire braces? It is worth noting that not every patient will be able to have their orthodontic work provided with Invisalign. However, for those who do, the procedure involves a sequence of clear plastic trays. After wearing one aligner for roughly two weeks, you will move on to the next set, and continue this pattern until your correction is complete. In addition to making a less notable change to your appearance, treatment with Invisalign allows you to remove the aligner on your own when you need to clean your teeth, or eat.
How Do I Qualify For An Adjustment Using Invisalign?
Qualifying for Invisalign will depend on how significant your needs are. If your needs are not adequately met by Invisalign, your orthodontist will have to recommend a different approach. If you do qualify, your orthodontist will use advanced digital imaging to take a 3D image of your teeth, so that your aligning trays are designed to fit your unique needs.
Enjoying Orthodontic Care That Has A Limited Effect On Your Smile
Orthodontic treatment that causes less of an effect on your appearance can be appealing. If you are not able to receive treatment with Invisalign, tooth-colored brackets can help you enjoy treatment with less impact on how you look. Your brackets will be made from ceramic, so that they are harder to see once placed. This offers a more discreet treatment, meaning you will have less discomfort at the thought of how your braces make you look.
Talk To Your Fort Worth, TX Orthodontist About Invisalign
With Invisalign aligners, you can make a real difference to how your smile looks, without conspicuous bracket and wire braces. During an initial appointment, Dr. Cabal can determine if you qualify for treatment through Invisalign. The entire team at Lake Country Orthodontics can offer dedicated care to make sure you have a superior experience, no matter what method is used to correct the position of your teeth. To learn more about Invisalign, schedule your free consultation by calling our office today at (817) 236-7846. Located in Ft. Worth, TX, our office is proud to also serve patients in White Settlement, North Ft. Worth, Springtown, Rome, Haslet, Azle, Saginaw, and all surrounding communities.