Invisalign SMH Dental Care
Invisalign are clear, removable aligners, and are a high-quality, effective alternative to fixed braces. The aligners are almost invisible, making them ideal if you’re concerned about how your smile may look during treatment, and because they’re removable they make eating and keeping your teeth and aligner clean very easy. The aligners are custom-made, and as there are no wires involved, they are one of the most comfortable orthodontic treatments available.
Invisalign can be used to treat the following:
- Overcrowded teeth
- Widely spaced teeth
- Teeth in Crossbite
- Open bite
Invisalign consists of a series of nearly invisible, removable clear aligners that provide you with a more discreet teeth straightening solution. They are especially suitable for adults who do not want to compromise their appearance during their orthodontic treatment. These aligners are comfortable and removable, so you can continue doing the normal things you do such as brushing and flossing with ease, and eating whatever you like. As these aligners are virtually invisible, most people would not notice that you are wearing them. You can also take them out if you need to (for example while eating).
There is no other orthodontic option that works with the comfort of invisible aligners. Invisalign is the best solution to transform your smile without the discomfort and hassle of a more traditional fixed brace. This cutting-edge approach to straightening your teeth can change the way you look and feel about yourself. Invisalign can help with a wide range of orthodontic issues but our expert clinicians will be able to confirm your suitability for treatment and provide a digital outcome visualisation.
Is Invisalign treatment painful?
Invisalign treatment isn’t painful, but when you first put your aligners in you can expect to feel some discomfort as you get used to wearing them. As you wear the aligners more, they will feel more comfortable and natural.
Simply put, you can’t achieve a straighter smile without some level of discomfort. Teeth straightening gradually moves your teeth into a different position, which makes them temporarily more sensitive.