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3 Ways Invisalign Can Help Fix Your Smile

July 13, 2018
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Posted By: Dr. Ardalan Sanati
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Invisalign is the most practical, comfortable, and hygienic way to straighten teeth.

Made of flexible plastic, Invisalign is more comfortable than metal braces and can be removed when eating, drinking, brushing, and flossing.

Because Invisalign aligners are smooth, it is also harder for food and bacteria to become lodged or trapped, which is not the case with traditional metal braces. With Invisalign, brushing and flossing are simply more effective because the device can be removed, and food and bacteria have fewer places to hide. 

Fix Your Smile Faster

Another benefit of Invisalign is that it straightens teeth faster than traditional braces, often cutting the time in half between crooked teeth and a straight smile.

Repair Bite

  • Overbite – This means the top teeth extend farther than the bottom teeth. Cosmetically speaking, this can give you an aged appearance, hamper your smile, and even alter your profile.
  • Underbite – This occurs when the bottom teeth extend farther than the top teeth. Aside from cosmetic issues, this can lead to muscle aches and painful conditions like TMJ.
  • Open bite – In this case, the upper and lower teeth don’t come together when you close your mouth. This creates a gap or open bite, which affects your smile and can even cause lisps or other speech difficulties.

Close Unsightly Gaps

Gaps between teeth are unsightly but can also be a breeding ground for bacteria. With treatment provided by a skilled dentist or orthodontist, Invisalign can close gaps between teeth, giving you a healthier mouth and a winning smile. 

Invisalign Consultations in Vienna VA

If you’d like more information about Invisalign or other cosmetic treatments, please contact our Vienna, VA office today to arrange a consultation. The doctors at Tysons Dentistry are eager to sit down with you to answer any questions you might have.

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