We are wanting you to have a bright and confident smile. When the teeth are not well aligned it is difficult to achieve this smile and that is why you need a straightening procedure to give you aligned teeth and a beautiful smile. When choosing if to use braces or Invisalign for your teeth then the decision will be based on several factors such as the ones below.
Appearance is one of the differences between braces and Invisalign. Invisalign is not detectable and so many people will go for the Invisalign procedure as compared to visible braces. Invisalign is made of clear trays made of plastic while braces are made of metal.
When you are straightening the teeth, you will feel uncomfortable whether you are using braces or Invisalign. Invisalign is considered to be better for it applies less pressure to the teeth, if you play contact sport then this means that you can go for metal braces.
Braces straighten teeth and have been used for a long time in the past you will have to wear braces each day each hour since a patient cannot remove braces. The traditional braces are more effective for a patient will not remove them at any time of the day. With Invisalign, many patients remove them when they feel uncomfortable making them less effective. Braces are however limited to the types of foods that you take making them less convenient but most effective.
Our dental team will guide you on the pros and cons of using both and you will choose one convenient for you. Please reach out to us by phone or feel free to stop by our offices to discuss your next appointment with one of our expert staff members. You can trust our expert dentist to get you that straight smile you deserve.
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