Invisalign: An Effective Treatment
Information about Invisalign:
One of the biggest factors that deter people from choosing braces is that metal brackets often stand out. Many may feel shy or self-conscious of their teeth with metal brackets and feel it may attract unwanted attention.
Invisalign, however, is virtually invisible. Made of a clear material, it easily blends in with your natural teeth and doesn’t stand out the way conventional braces do, making them an ideal choice for those who want a low-profile treatment.
The aligners are carefully custom-made to fit your needs. Our dentist at Dental Group of Rockford will guide you through the process of making your aligners and answer any questions you may have during the Initial consultation.
Treatment time varies from patient to patient depending on the severity of their misalignment. Talk to our dentist to find out how long this process will take in your specific case.
Invisalign Braces are Removable
Traditional metal braces are not detachable during the course of the treatment. You cannot remove them without our dentist’s assistance. On the other hand, Invisalign aligners can be removed whenever you need. Having the option to remove them is convenient.
Easy to Maintain
Unlike traditional metal braces, Invisalign aligners are easy to clean. You can remove Invisalign aligners and brush them whenever you wish. This helps maintain your oral hygiene. You can clean them by inserting them in lukewarm water so that it clears any residual bacteria.
The clear and smooth material makes it a comfortable choice. With no metal rubbing against your inner cheeks or lips, the feeling is very different than wearing conventional metal braces.
Many who have used Invisalign have reported great results in the alignment of their teeth. It's a method that has proven efficient and convenient and thus has increased in popularity among those looking for a straight smile.
Being informed about the dental care you receive is a savvy decision and we are happy to provide further information about this treatment. If you want to make an appointment please call or visit us at Dental Group of Rockford in Rockford, Illinois to meet our dentist. For further information about our services, please feel free to call us for an appointment or come to our office today. Our dentist can answer any questions you might have.