Straighter Teeth as if by Magic

Woman wearing invisalignPlenty of people fantasise about having beautiful straight teeth. After all, it’s more common to have imperfect teeth. Luckily, straight teeth are attainable for almost everyone with braces. Braces can fix all sorts of tooth alignment problems, the only catch is that, traditionally, braces require people to have a metallic smile for many months. What a turn-off. Many people would rather have wonky teeth than have a mouthful of metal for that long. What if there was an invisible option? A way to straighten teeth that didn’t involve metal braces. People looking for invisible braces in Barnsley and across the UK are in luck. Braces such as Invisalign, near-invisible braces, are on the market, readily available and practically flying off the shelves. Adults and teenagers alike can benefit from Invisalign clear aligners.

What’s involved in wearing Invisalign braces?

Most patients looking to straighten their teeth will qualify for invisible braces in Barnsley. Speaking to a reputable Invisalign practitioner such as PDC Dental will give prospective patients all the information they need to make a decision on whether or not Invisalign aligners are suitable for them. They can get a full assessment and treatment plan when going ahead. The process involves wearing a series of thin, clear plastic aligners, usually on the top and bottom rows of teeth. This set of aligners gradually moves teeth to a straighter position. All of the aligners needed for an individual’s treatment are made at the beginning of their treatment. Looking at them in series will clearly show the progress that will be made throughout the Invisalign process. Each patient can also see a 3D computer simulation of how their smile will look at the end of their treatment. The total duration of treatment tends to be within 9-18 months. The great thing is, invisible braces in Barnsley can easily be removed any time. This means that patients can take their braces out for special occasions, cleaning and eating. So long as patients wear their braces for as close to 22 hours per day as possible, their progress will not be hindered. To find out more about invisible braces, speak to a qualified Invisalign provider.