How invisible braces can help you in three easy steps!
When you were a child, the idea of having to wear braces was unthinkable; you might have thought that they just get in the way and that you will have to visit the dentist more – this is something that a child would want to avoid as much as possible!
As an adult, you probably wish you could turn back time, to allow your younger self to agree to get those braces that your mum wanted you to get!
When you reach adulthood, appearances are more important and can have an impact on your success and self-confidence. If you have a less than perfectly straight, white smile, you may feel concerned about how others see you, causing you to withdraw from social interactions.
As an adult, the door to orthodontic treatments has not closed and luckily, thanks to advances in dentistry, there are now many more stylish and minimalist braces available that you can wear to help you get that coveted, straight smile.
If you are looking for a more discreet way to correct your smile, choosing an invisible brace, such as Invisalign in Bedford, is probably the easiest way to help boost your confidence, without drawing unwanted attention from those around you.
While relatively new to the world of cosmetic and orthodontic realignment, Invisalign in Bedford is suitable for adults who present with mild to moderate dental alignment issues. It can also be used to help with common dental issues, such as spacing, gaps, and overcrowded teeth.
Curious about how it works? All it takes is three simple steps!
Have the consultation
At your initial consultation, your dentist will use advanced computer technology to plan how your teeth will move when wearing the invisible aligner. They will then create a different aligner for each stage of treatment, which will be removable and, as the name suggests, invisible to the naked eye.
You will probably require a 3-D scan of your mouth at this stage, so your dentist can accurately see how your teeth are aligned and assess the structure of your jaw.
Wear the brace
Once they arrive, you will have to wear your new braces for up to 22 hours a day, to get the most from the treatment.
As they are removable, you can take them out while you eat, drink and even brush your teeth! They are slim enough to sleep comfortably in and only require a quick rinse under the tap to clean, due to their flexible but firm plastic design.
Retainers and smile!
While wearing the invisible brace, you may require a few check-ups with your dentist, just to ensure all of your teeth are moving in the predicted fashion.
The average treatment time lasts between 9 to 15 months, with many treatments being completed sooner, so once your dentist feels it is time to move on to a retainer, all you will need to do is flaunt your smile and wear a … Read More..