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How Invisalign works

Invisalign is a teeth straightening treatment. It is a popular
alternative to traditional metal braces. Invisalign is practically
invisible, so you have probably never seen it on anyone.

Invisalign treatment is administered using aligners worn over teeth.
The aligners straighten your teeth slightly each day. But how does
Invisalign really work? Read on.

How does Invisalign work?

Invisalign treatment uses 3D computer-imaging technology.

At the start of your treatment, computer software takes images of the
current condition of your teeth and predicts your final straight teeth.
A treatment plan is then created to transform your teeth into the
desired outcome through several milestones.

Your Invisalign dentist then gives you your first set of aligners to
wear. After a few weeks, you change into a new set. You will then keep
changing the sets until the end of your treatment.

After treatment is completed, you may need to wear a retainer to
maintain your straight teeth.

How does Invisalign straighten teeth?

Invisalign is designed to move your teeth by applying controlled
force. Each set of aligners moves your teeth slightly.

Over a duration of approximately 1 year, you get straight teeth!

What is Invisalign made of?

Invisalign is made of a clear thermoplastic material that is:

  • Flexible

  • Nearly invisible

  • Strong

  • Smooth

Advantages of Invisalign

  • Invisalign aligners are removable. You can remove them for meals,
    brushing, and flossing.

  • Invisalign aligners are invisible. Unlike metal braces which can
    be seen from afar, Invisalign aligners are invisible even from a close
    range. Someone has to take a really close look to notice that you are
    wearing them.

  • No food restrictions. If you wear metal braces, there‚Äôs a long
    list of foods to avoid, but you can eat what you want with Invisalign.
    You just have to remove the aligners and put them back after
    eating.

So, if you want to maintain your current lifestyle but you need
straighter teeth, Invisalign is a good choice. Speak to an Invisalign
dentist to learn more.