Over the years, the way in which we can look after your teeth have grown and improved, as better technology is brought into the dental industry. One particular high-tech treatment we provide is Invisalign in Kings Hill. Here’s a brief summary of why you may want to consider it.
Outline of treatment
Although it may seem futuristic at first glance, going for Invisalign in Kings Hill is a pretty straightforward procedure. It basically involves the fitting of a custom moulded brace to your teeth, that will realign any crooked ones over time.
This is managed through the application of a gentle amount of force. You may need to wear a series of different sets over time as your teeth change position.
The basics of procedure
The process of realigning your teeth with Invisalign in Kings Hill is relatively quick. Normally, we will get you in for a consultation first, and then afterwards a series of scans will be taken of your teeth using LEDs or lasers. This maps out the contours of your mouth and allows us to create a 3D representation of your teeth, that we can then alter with software to show you how we will straighten up your crooked teeth.
This information will then be sent off to a lab, where they will create a clear moulded mouth guard that you will then need to wear throughout the treatment process.
At One Smile Oral Care, our talented team will take you through the realignment process to get you started off on the right foot towards lovely straight teeth.
There are numerous benefits to going through with this treatment, aside from it being a great way to sort out those pesky crooked teeth. For starters, the brace is see-through, which means you won’t have to worry about how it looks wearing it whilst out and about.
Second, the brace is very easy to clean. We recommend using a diluted mix of bleach and water, and then just lightly brush this mixture into the guard with a toothbrush. Try to do this once every other day to keep it clean from bacteria and stop stains from appearing.
Caring for your brace
After leaving our practice, there are a few things to keep in mind to make sure your realignment goes off without a hitch. There may be some discomfort after a while, as your teeth are being forcefully moved; our patients have described feeling “pressure” in their mouth after the brace has been in for a while. To counteract this, just use painkillers in order to minimize your discomfort when you can.
Also, because the brace is removable, we advise that you just take it out for meals or for cleaning your teeth. It has to be in place a minimum of 22 hours a day, and when it’s not in your mouth, you should keep it in a hard-bodied container, to keep it safe and sterile.
Hopefully this has helped clear up a few facts about the clear brace process. If you have any further questions or queries, then don’t hesitate to ask our dental team, to see how we can help you fix up your smile.