Millions of happy patients cannot be wrong. Invisalign in Weybridge is a convenient, fast and innovative way for individuals to have their teeth straightened without needing to worry about wires that cut into their cheeks, brackets that can leave marks on their teeth or even having to worry about certain foods getting stuck in between their braces during their teeth straightening journey.
Traditional braces have their place, certainly. They are still in popular use, especially for individuals who have more severe cases of malocclusion and will benefit from the control that dentists have over how teeth are moved.
But for those people who have slight misalignments and perhaps the issue is more of a cosmetic one, there are some treatments available that are more convenient, more discreet and because they are streamlined to offer solutions to precise problems that are common for cosmetic enhancements, can be faster as well.
Often aimed at adults, although designs have been specifically made for teenagers in mind as well, discreet, removable aligners are taking the world by storm as they are providing individuals with a way to straighten their teeth without needing to visit a dental practice every few weeks. They can straighten their teeth in the comfort of their own home, essentially, with the support available should they want it or need it, to monitor their progress and make sure it is on the right path.
Understanding the different types of braces that are available is the first step in deciding what option will be best for a certain individual. A dentist will be able to gloss over the advantages and disadvantages of each option and upon discussing with their patient what their expectations are and what their lifestyle entails, should be able to guide them into choosing the right device that will meet their needs.
Why are removable aligners a good choice for so many?
The innovative approach to how the procedure works are appealing for many individuals because they have a lot of control over the process which gives them that confidence in the entire system.
During the initial consultation, a scan will be made of the individual’s teeth and this scan will then be projected for them to see. Using digital technology, dentists are able to provide their patients with a visual representation of how the treatment will work; essentially how the teeth will shift over the coming months to become aligned.
The patient, if they agree to carry on with the treatment, will after a couple of weeks be given the first of their aligner trays. They wear this tray for a number of weeks before progressing on to the next tray.
Each tray that they move forward with will bring them that much was closer to their smile goals. They will visit their dentist every few months to pick up the next bundle of trays and to have a one-on-one with their dentist to make sure that they are comfortable with the treatment or that they have no concerns with how the procedure is going.