Very often, when people consider getting their teeth straightened, they decide not to go ahead with treatment because they can’t face having to wear braces cemented to their teeth for months on end.
Braces are something kids wear and so many adults decide they need to present a more grown-up, professional image. But it’s not just about appearances. Many adults also decide that they don’t have the time for complicated cleaning routines and being fussy about what they eat. And so, they stick with the devil they know; they don’t like their wonky teeth but at least they are used to them.
With Invisalign in Kings Hill, all the reasons for not getting straight teeth no longer apply. Invisalign is a tried and trusted way of straightening teeth that doesn’t involve complicated cleaning routines, having to give up favourite foods or looking like a nerdy adolescent. The trouble is that because Invisalign in Kings Hill is pretty much invisible over the teeth, many people never notice it on others and so remain sadly unaware of its existence.
How Invisalign works
Invisalign is a simple idea developed by a student about 20 years ago. His idea was ‘what if a mouth guard style device could straighten teeth?’ Invisalign is the result and it has been on the market since the late 1990s.
We take detailed measurements of your teeth and these are sent to the Invisalign factory in the US, where a series of aligners are 3D printed. Each aligner has precision placed pressure points inside it. When the aligners are worn, one after the other, they gradually press the teeth into alignment.
It takes 7-10 days for each aligner to do its work and the average treatment time is about a year.
Because Invisalign is more like a mouth guard, it is not fixed to the teeth, but snaps on over them. This means it can be removed for eating and drinking and therefore also for cleaning. There is no need to alter the diet and cleaning is as simple as ever.
People who use Invisalign in Kings Hill love the freedom it gives. Why not come into One Smile Oral Care and find out more?