What You Won’t Get With Invisalign

What You Won’t Get With Invisalign

Oct 15, 2018

Do you dream of perfectly straight teeth, but cringe at the idea of years of metal-mouth? What if I told you that this time next year your dream could be reality, without the use of traditional metal braces? More and more adults, even business professionals, are crafting for themselves beautiful smiles – using Invisalign.

The Invisalign Difference

Instead of dealing with metal brackets welded to your teeth several years, Invisalign uses less intrusive technology. You’ll be using a series of clear plastic liners to progressively shift your teeth until they are straight. Every few weeks you’ll switch to a new liner. So, what won’t you get using Invisalign?

You Won’t Have to Sacrifice Your Appearance

Invisalign liners are clear and much less obtrusive than traditional braces. You won’t be the only one in the office with a mouth full of metal. The odds are, no one will notice you have anything other than teeth in your mouth!

You Won’t Have to Change Your Diet

With braces, you can’t chew gum or eat hard candy, or a list of other foods. And after meals there’s the inevitable trip to the bathroom to clean the food that’s stuck in the brackets. Sound unappealing? Invisalign liners can be removed during meals and replaced after. So you won’t have to change your diet or be inconvenienced by food stuck where you don’t want it.

You Won’t Have Sores Inside Your Mouth

Poking wires from traditional braces can cause sores to cheeks and gums. Invisalign liners lay close to the teeth and won’t irritate the inside of the mouth. Never has teeth straightening been so comfortable!

You Won’t Have to Wait as Long

Instead of having to endure years of treatment with metal braces before seeing results, your teeth could be straight in a year or maybe less with Invisalign!

Why wait to get started? Straight teeth could be yours with no embarrassment and hardly any wait! Call your nearest Invisalign provider today for a consultation!

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