Many are not blessed with a clear or perfectly aligned smile; some live with misaligned teeth for a lifetime. Still, many people think that dental treatment is a cosmetic service, but it’s actually essential. Braces were invented to save people from embarrassing situations, as well as help them to chew properly, so they can live a normal life rather than facing a lot of difficulties in performing every day activities. But many people still aren’t comfortable with showing their braces to others, and this leads to inferiority complexes; like not having the courage to smile in front of others.
There is a new option available in the field of dentistry called ‘Invisalign’, and we’ve mentioned many things about Invisalign that should be more than enough for a newbie. The treatment of Invisalign is custom made to each individual and exists to overcome the issues that are associated with overbite and underbite, along with teeth that are overly crowded, overly spaced, and teeth that are shifting. One of the main reasons people go for this option is because they’re not visible like traditional braces. In contrast to standard braces, Invisalign provides much more comfort to the patient.
During the course of the treatment, Invisible aligners are considered attractive when compared to traditional braces as standard braces could cause difficulties while chewing or talking. This will sometimes lead to damage to the inside of your mouth, but in the case of Invisalign, it can cause no harm to the person wearing it. Wearing clear aligners will not be a hindrance for you when it comes to smiling in front of everyone; in other words, this option will not leave you with a lack of confidence like having a mouth full of metal.
Invisalign is much preferred by many people as it requires minimal maintenance, and unlike braces leaving some marks on your teeth after wearing them for some time, Invisalign will leave your teeth spot-free. Braces are required to be worn all day long and they cannot be removed, but Invisalign provides slight flexibility and allows the patient to remove it for two hours a day, which means it needs to be worn 22 hours compulsory in order to gain the perfect result.