What are the benefits of Invisalign?
Invisalign teeth straightening is one of the most popular treatments with our patients at White House Dental Studio.
However, there are many ways in which we can straighten your teeth. In this article, we will provide you with an overview of Invisalign, so that you have all of the information that you need before going ahead and booking your free consultation.
5 Benefits of Invisalign
Rather than traditional braces, Invisalign aligners are made of clear resin, meaning that they are practically invisible when they are in place.
They are easily removable and as such do not interfere as much with daily life, such as eating, drinking or oral hygiene routines.
Please continue reading this article to discover the top 5 reasons why our customers choose Invisalign!
1. Invisalign aligners are made from SmartTrack material and are virtually invisible
The proprietary SmartTrack material used to create Invisalign aligners allows for the aligners to be shaped to fit your exact gum line. This ensures that the aligners are comfortable to wear for 22 hours a day. It also ensures that people will notice your changing smile, rather than the aligners doing the work.
2. Digital planning and the Invisalign App ensure that you are in control of your teeth straightening from day one
Invisalign’s planning tool allows you to see how your teeth will look prior to starting treatment, taking the mystery out of teeth straightening. The My Invisalign Smile App also allows you to track the changes in your smile each time you change your aligners.
3. Invisalign can move all sorts of smiles, efficiently and gently
So far, over 5 million people have transformed their smile using Invisalign and it is clinically proven to be effective at treating a wide range of teeth straightening issues from mild to severe.
4. Perform your regular oral hygiene routine and eat a varied diet
With removable Invisalign aligners you will still be able to brush and floss your teeth as normal, reducing the risk of gum disease and tooth decay. You will also be able to remove your aligners when eating, ensuring that no food is off limits.
5. Attend fewer dental appointments, with reduced treatment times
You will only be required to attend for dental visits every 6 to 8 weeks, so the dentist can monitor your progress and provide you with your next sets of aligners. Aligners can now be changed every week rather than every two weeks allowing you to complete treatment 50% faster than before.