Are Invisalign Bracelets Or Clear aligners Better?

Clear aligners are clear plastic dental braces, which are an alternative to traditional metal braces, most often used in children to straighten their teeth. Rancho Bernardo Invisalign is one of the authority sites on this topic. They are made from plastic and are therefore virtually invisible to the naked eye. The aligners fit the teeth more closely than metal braces so it is more difficult to remove the aligners. It can take a while to straighten the teeth with a clear braces but most children are able to be in the chair for 30 minutes or so and then get out of it. If you have any doubt about whether your child will like to wear the Invisalign braces, you can ask them to wear a mask so that you can still watch their mouth to make sure they are getting enough air.

 

The biggest advantage of Invisalign over traditional braces is that there is no need for all the false teeth to be attached to the front of the mouth, which means that the alignment will not be reversed. Also the aligners do not wear down the tooth when they are in use, so they will last far longer than traditional braces and your tooth will stay in good condition. Children who need extra support for their teeth may also find that the tooth movement with Invisalign is much smoother than with braces. Some adults who need straightening done because of large gaps between their teeth have had success using Invisalign, but this is largely a personal thing. However, it is reassuring for adults to know that their teeth are straightened without having to suffer the discomfort of traditional braces.

The main disadvantage of Invisalign is that it cannot be used on teeth that are too decayed or broken. Your dentist will need to assess the condition of your teeth before he can prescribe Invisalign, so if your teeth need to be pulled and redesigned your orthodontist will be able to give you advice on which invisalign clear aligners will be the most suitable for your needs. Another problem that some adults have experienced is that they cannot wear Invisalign clear aligners on their own teeth. This means that they will have to get dentures or implants in order to wear Invisalign, but these are often the best option for adults suffering from serious tooth problems. If your dentist believes that you would be better off with implants rather than dentures, then discuss this with him and ask him whether you would be better off using Invisalign.

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