Invisalign looks like a mere little piece of plastic, but inside every Invisalign aligner lies a tremendous technology. Invisalign is much more comfortable and less intruding than traditional braces. Invisalign deals with bite issues and malocclusion with the help of clear, thin, medical-grade polymer aligners.
Invisalign is faster than any other orthodontic device. This treatment has been demonstrated to be effective in both clinical research and on thousands of patients who tried Invisalign worldwide.
What Are The Benefits Of Invisalign?
You need to wear your Invisalign for 20-22 hours daily for the best results. Now parents can keep an eye on their teens with the help of blue compliance indicators that ensure they wear it enough.
Get regular checkups every six to eight weeks to check your teeth' progress. You need to wear each set of aligners for almost one or two weeks, just as recommended by your dentist. While wearing each set of aligners for the first time, you might feel more discomfort or a little extra pressure than usual. It is normal for a while.
By choosing Invisalign, you can maintain your teeth much better than with traditional braces. Brush your aligners gently with your toothbrush and rinse them every night to keep them clean. You can also use the Invisalign cleaning system to clean them.
You can take out your aligners while eating or drinking and brush your teeth before putting them back into your mouth. You can maintain your teeth much better in comparison to traditional braces. You can touch and floss as you do regularly and so there is no risk of food or plaque getting trapped in your teeth. In this way, you can maintain your oral hygiene.
Please find out more about Invisalign as you visit our office.
Call Sun-Park Dental today at (916) 435-1155 or request an appointment online.
All-On-4 Hybrid Denture
There are numerous names like implant dentures, all-on-4 dentures, implant-supported dentures, permanent dentures, denture implants, snap-in dentures, all-on-8, full denture implants.
A denture is positioned in the mouth to replace the natural teeth with a gadget or a removable prosthetic device to give support to the cheeks and lips. It fully substitutes the old set of teeth.
A dentist who gets an extra two to three years of specialized training to learn about the oral health of children is called the pediatric dentist or a pedodontist. They are made to learn about the oral health of infants to their teenage years.
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