We Offer a Convenient Teeth Straightening Technique Called Invisalign
Do you feel uncomfortable with the alignment of your teeth? Invisalign is the answer to this problem. Stop by Progressive Dental today to get the benefit of perfectly aligned teeth!
Why Invisalign Is the Most Effective Teeth Straightening Technique?
Invisalign has been a disruptive invention for cosmetic dentistry. While braces also perform a similar function, they aren't always convenient. With Invisalign, you can inconspicuously straighten your teeth or improve their shape.
Moreover, you won't have to give up your favorite food or make lifestyle changes. You won't have to feel uncomfortable with metal brackets and wire meshes. Call us at 405-632-5561 to learn more about our excellent dental services.
Benefits of Invisalign
Invisalign has some exceptional benefits. Some of them are:
- No need for frequent visits to your dentist for adjustment of the aligners
- No need to make changes with your food habit since you can easily remove the aligners when eating, having a drink or brushing your teeth
- Perfectly straightens your teeth on regular use
- The aligners, being made of thermoplastic material, are almost completely invisible and hence no one will notice them when you laugh or talk
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The Stages of the Invisalign Teeth Straightening Treatment
Initially, Dr. Matt McReynolds will carry out some preliminary examinations to determine the condition of your teeth and decide whether Invisalign is appropriate for you. Once we think that it is suitable, we will take pictures and impressions of your teeth so that custom aligners can be prepared for you.
Thereafter, you will be taught how to use and clean the aligners properly. You will notice that slowly the aligners are adjusting your teeth placements. After twelve months of regular use, you can expect a perfect smile. Remember to use a new aligner every two weeks until you have perfected the shape and position of your teeth.