(858) 484-3300
Straighten Your Smile Discreetly
By Rancho Carmel Dentistry
March 15, 2017
Category: Dental Procedures
Tags: invisalign   orthodontics   braces  

Straightening your smile with orthodontic care can do more than just provide you with a confidence boost. A straighter, more even smileinvisalign and a corrected bite can help you keep your teeth cleaner, make chewing easier, and make you proud of your teeth. If traditional metal braces do not appeal to you, you have other, more discreet options to correct your smile. Learn more about Invisalign and what it can do for you with Pierce Family Dentistry in San Diego, CA.

Invisalign: The Clear Alternative to Braces
Wearing Invisalign is much different than wearing traditional metal braces. The most obvious difference is their appearances, with metal braces attaching permanently to the surface of the teeth during treatment and using metal wires to move the teeth. Invisalign, however, uses clear aligner trays to place the required pressure onto the teeth to move them into their new positions. Additionally, Invisalign’s trays are removable and patients take them out to eat or brush their teeth. This eliminates the need for extra steps in your oral care routine to clean between each bracket and wire and allows you to continue eating the foods you love.

What can Invisalign Treat? 
Invisalign treats the same conditions and abnormalities as traditional metal braces. Some of the most common uses for Invisalign include treatment to correct:

  • misaligned or “crooked” teeth
  • overcrowded teeth
  • under crowded teeth
  • underbite
  • overbite
  • crossbite
  • open bite

Invisalign Treatments in San Diego, CA 
Invisalign gives you the freedom to discreetly straighten your smile without it being obvious to those around you. While patients must wear their aligner trays for at least 22 hours a day, the trays are made from comfortable plastic, making wearing them almost second nature. Additionally, cleaning Invisalign is as easy as rinsing your trays after you brush and floss your teeth. Simply remove your trays, perform your oral care routine, rinse the trays, and replace them back into your mouth.

For more information on Invisalign, please contact Dr. Connie Pierce, Dr. Brandon Pierce, and Dr. Jennifer Pierce at Piece Family Dental in San Diego, CA. Call (858) 484-3300 to schedule your consultation for Invisalign with your dentist today!

Comments: