Thousands of people avoid orthodontics because they can’t stand the thought of wearing braces. Many would prefer crooked teeth due to the fear of wearing metal on their teeth or believe wearing braces will be uncomfortable. One of the solutions to this may be found by choosing Invisalign™, a solution that renders braces virtually invisible.
Invisalign™ is the invisible way to straighten your teeth without braces. Invisalign™ uses a series of clear removable aligners to straighten your teeth without metal wires or brackets. Invisalign™ has been proven effective in clinical research and in orthodontic practices nationwide.
Invisalign™ aligners are comfortable, low profile, custom made clear plastic trays. Most people may not even know you are wearing the aligners. As your teeth change and your smile improves, you will change aligners every two weeks, wearing them for 20-22 hours a day.
Another great benefit to Invisalign, is that aligners can be removed to eat, drink, or brush your teeth.
There are advantages of using Invisalign over traditional braces. Each aligner is only worn for a two-week time frame, and appointments are only needed every six to eight weeks to pick up your next set of aligners. Also, because of the convenience of being able to remove your aligners before each meal, you do not have to worry about the hassle of food getting stuck between your teeth like with traditional braces.
Learn more about Invisalign™ and other clear braces options when you visit Drew Dental. Please give Aptos Dentists Drs. Jason and Allyson Drew call 831-688-6060 to schedule your visit today.
Dr. Jason Drew is distinguished as one of America’s Top Dentists 5 years running and voted one of California’s favorite dentists. He uses the latest technology and techniques to make dentistry gentle, easy, and even fun. His passion is creating beautiful smiles, and he is an absolute perfectionist when it comes to smile design.
Dr. Allyson Drew is a leader and educator in dentistry. She is an adjunct professor of the University of the Pacific Arthur A. Dugoni School of Dentistry in San Francisco where she teaches restorative dentistry. As a student researcher, her work to improve access to oral health care earned her academic distinction and an award for…