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Orthodontic treatments that use either braces or Invisalign are just a few of the many techniques used by dental professionals in straightening the teeth of their patients. The teeth are straightened into their ideal position, improving their look while promoting proper function. Invisalign utilizes a set of clear plastic trays as a means of achieving the position. Traditional braces, on the other hand, usually make use of metal wires with an aim of getting the most ideal movement and/or position for the teeth.




Invisalign invisably straightens your teeth with a series of custom-molded clear aligners. As you replace each aligner with the next in the series, your teeth will move little by little, until they have straightened to their final position.


Benefits of Invisalign


The use of invisalign is an efficient method for tooth movements that are not too complicated. A set of clear, computer-generated trays is ideally worn 24 hours a day with change-outs every two weeks. One of its best advantages is that the trays are relatively invisible.  Some people simply don't want anyone know they are wearing braces. They also provide help for people who wish to obtain straight teeth while still feeling comfortable in social situations. Furthermore,  Invisalign offers comfort because it does not affect your speech.


Invisalign treatment can be expected to work more efficiently for aesthetics rather than for the purpose of improving the functionality of the teeth. This is why many people, especially those who have complex dental problems, still prefer dental braces.




Dental braces feature brackets that tend to run along a wire. The wire and brackets that form part of the braces are pressed against the patient's teeth. Braces support slight movements that can help in properly aligning and straightening the teeth. Dental braces can correct even the most complicated issues in aligning teeth.


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