Avoid traditional braces by using Invisalign to straighten your smile!
Traditionally, straightening the smile often required orthodontic work. Many patients find metal brackets and wires embarrassing and challenging to maintain. Instead, Dr. Stanley Ngo and his team at SK2 Dental of Dallas, Texas, may recommend using clear teeth aligners. This treatment, known as Invisalign or “invisible braces,” allow for realignment of the smile without cumbersome metal appliances covering the smile.
How does Invisalign work?
The Invisalign transparent aligners are custom-made to fit your teeth. They are made of durable and comfortable plastic that fits snugly over the teeth. Each set is worn for two weeks, at which time they are replaced with the next set in the series. As you progress through the sequence, your teeth gradually move into place until they create a beautiful, straight smile.
Why should I choose Invisalign Orthodontics?
Invisalign has several advantages over traditional orthodontic treatments. Most notably, because Invisalign aligners are virtually invisible, nobody else but you need to know that you are undergoing treatment. Additionally, there are no brackets or wires to keep clean. You just remove the aligners to brush and floss as you usually would. Aligners are easy to remove from the dental arch for eating and drinking and provide the realignment you desire.
Am I a good candidate for Invisalign teeth straightening?
When considering your options to realign the teeth in your smile, it is critical that you think about whether or not you are a good fit for this particular treatment. Many patients who consider this treatment have mild to moderate misalignment of the teeth, known as malocclusion. Treatment may also be used for patients with poor bite alignment or even gaps between the teeth they want to resolve.
Schedule an appointment with our team today!
At SK2 Dental, Dr. Stanley Ngo and his team can provide quality dental care for the entire family! If you want to find out if teeth aligners are suitable for you, call our office today to request an appointment. We are located at 9780 Walnut St Suite 188, in Dallas, TX, and can be reached by calling (469) 331-5444.