Straighter Teeth: 4 Key Benefits of Choosing Invisalign

Crooked or misaligned teeth will not only rob you of your smile; they also make brushing them a bit more difficult. Metal braces have been the go-to remedy for them, but they are often less than attractive and can be painful to wear. That’s where Invisalign comes in.

This revolutionary alternative straightens your teeth without calling attention to them. Dr. Natalia Valderrama of the Christie Dental department of orthodontics in Ocala, FL, recommends this treatment because of these amazing benefits:

1. They are Nearly Invisible

Invisalign aligners are made of a clear plastic material, which can remain unseen to the naked eye when it’s in your mouth. This lets you go about your day without having to deal with the consequences of an unsightly metal wire in your mouth.

2. They are Comfy and Convenient

With metal braces, you have a long list of restricted foods, since you will be looking to avoid getting any particles stuck in the brackets. With our invisalign in Ocala, FL, however, you can eat what you want, when you want. Simply take it off, munch away, and place it back when you’re done.

3. They Work Faster than Traditional Braces

Metal braces can take up to 2 years before you can see any noticeable difference; that’s a really long time to wear a wire that restricts what you eat, how you talk, and even when you smile. Invisalign clear aligners can help you get that straight smile in just about half that time!

4. They Let You Clean your Teeth Better

A mouth filled with braces is difficult and cumbersome to clean properly. Brushing is a chore and you can’t floss properly since the wire is always in the way. Invisalign allows you to brush, floss, and rinse your teeth without hassles. In fact, you can also clean the invisalign trays for a perfect sanitizing all around.

Your orthodontist at Christie Dental will determine if Invisalign is appropriate for you during a dental exam. For all these reasons, Invisalign treatment is a great option for adult patients. We also offer dental implants in Ocala, FL, as a one-time solution to chipped, cracked, or missing teeth.

Come to us for the new and improved smile you deserve. Call us now at (321) 426-1251 or fill out our request form to book your appointment.