Invisalign Before and After

Invisalign Before and After: The innovative Invisalign technology has helped it become a popular alternative to traditional metal braces. Here are some photos of our Invisalign patients.

 

These are the types of smile issues that Invisalign can correct:

Invisalign Before and After

 

You can use Invisalign to treat nearly any condition that affects your smile. Your orthodontist will examine your smile to see if Invisalign is right for you. You may need it to treat the following issues:

Gaps Between Teeth:

There are many types of gaps between teeth but the Madonna Gap is one of the most common type. Diastema is the space between two front teeth. Every person’s teeth are unique and gaps can occur in different parts of the mouth.

Too much space between teeth can cause gum disease, crooked growth and twisting, and can also lead to damaged teeth.

It is possible to close gaps with Invisalign very effectively. Your doctor will design a personalized treatment plan consisting of several aligners used over time. Each aligner is designed to close gaps gently and safely while correcting teeth alignment problems.

Invisalign isn’t always the best treatment when your teeth are too small. If this is the case after you’ve been wearing Invisalign, you may be required to have restorative bonding done.

Crowding teeth:

A crowding of teeth occurs if your jaw is not wide enough to allow all your teeth to develop in a normal manner. As a result, teeth grow in unnatural angles and directions. Crowding teeth can also result in teeth overlapping or twisting.

Invisalign offers treatment for this condition.

In some cases, a dentist may need to perform additional procedures before you can use Invisalign. However, these procedures usually need to be determined by your doctor. If your teeth are overcrowded, you might need additional procedures before you can use Invisalign.

After your teeth are straightened, your doctor may recommend interproximal reduction, which basically involves removal of enamel from your teeth. If you’re a candidate, the first step is to straighten your teeth. In this way, your mouth will have enough space for all the teeth.

Open Bites:

Open bites are less common than overbite and crossbite, but they can still occur due to thumb sucking or pacifier use. Invisalign can help rectify these issues quickly and easily.

For best results, your orthodontist may recommend surgery in rare cases. An Invisalign aligner applies constant pressure to the teeth, gently moving them into their proper positions.

Overbites:

Overbites refer to the situation where the top teeth are too close to the bottom teeth. Invisalign can easily correct these problems. Although small overbites are common, Invisalign may be able to help with an overbite.

The aligners you receive from your dentist will be customized to adjust your jaw. Attachments will provide additional grip to ensure teeth are positioned appropriately.

Your dentist will determine whether elastic bands are necessary for you based on the force of your aligner’s movement of your teeth. This will be determined at your first appointment.

Underbites and Crossbites:

These two conditions are similar but are referred to in different ways. A crossbite is caused by misalignment of the upper and lower jaws, which causes teeth to not overlap.

An underbite describes the condition in which your bottom front teeth protrude more than your upper teeth. An overbite is when the top or bottom teeth protrude more to one side. If not treated, it could lead to costly complex surgery.

It is often difficult and complex to treat these conditions with Invisalign.

You will need a 3D scan of your teeth, roots, and mouth to diagnose your problem. Your doctor will recommend a series of aligners to move your teeth into the proper positions. For the best results, your teeth may need to be adjusted or removed.

Invisalign untreatable conditions:

There are certain things Invisalign cannot fix. For example:

  • Genetic factors such as tooth shape and size cannot be corrected with this system. Only cosmetic surgeries, veneers, and dental reshaping can address these.
  • Due to its design, Invisalign cannot correct impacted teeth. Traditional braces, on the other hand, can raise or lower teeth.
  • It is possible that Invisalign may not properly correct excessive tooth rotation if the rotation is exceeding 20 degrees.

With Invisalign:

Invisalign is a new type of orthodontic treatment, which was invented not long ago. This type of treatment is not for adults or youngsters, although it can have some benefits for them.

Despite its being a newer technology, this treatment has its own limitations and drawbacks. Keep reading to learn how this treatment could help you or someone you care about.

 

Invisalign Has the Following Benefits:

Invisalign’s main advantage is that they cannot be moved around because they lie flat. As soon as your aligner begins to fade, you will need to visit your dentist every six months to have it replaced, but the braces will stay in place without having to be moved.

Your front teeth are likely to appear smaller as you age because the spaces between your front and back teeth become ever smaller as you lose teeth. You can eliminate gaps in your smile with Invisalign braces to make it more attractive and even.

Invisalign is perfect for people who want to have a perfect smile but do not want to wear traditional metal braces. They are removable and can be taken out for specific occasions or activities. By doing so, you can simply enjoy your smile without worrying about what others think.

 

Sometime Invisalign need removing some teeth:

It is possible to align your teeth in the same direction by removing only one or two teeth during the Invisalign procedure. Orthodontists place brackets around the braces and aligners on the teeth and then create a dental mold, which will be fitted with clear aligners. The entire procedure should take one to two weeks to complete as long as there are no complications.

Advantages:

There are many advantages to using Invisalign rather than braces for straightening teeth, which makes it enticing. An Invisalign aligner is simply placed on top of braces and gently pushed down until it lies flat against the teeth. It is removed and flushed with water when it’s time to change it.

Throughout the process, the misalignment of the brackets and the tooth surface is corrected, so the teeth will have better alignment. Invisalign also strengthens the jawbone, which keeps it from being injured.

 

Summary:

While Invisalign treatment is very effective, you must take regular breaks between appointments to prevent the metal braces from overworking. There is more than one visit to the orthodontist before you can finally say goodbye to traditional braces.

If you regularly switch between old and new aligners, it may also take a while for your teeth to adjust to the new aligners. As a result, you may have to go through the entire process over nine to ten months before you see any significant results.

The good news is that you don’t have to wait long to get rid of stubborn plaque buildups and crooked teeth. Another benefit of Invisalign treatment is the fact that you won’t have to worry about the damage metal braces could do to your teeth.

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