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Invisalign Treatment for Crowded Teeth

“Crowded teeth” is a dental problem caused by a lack of enough space
for teeth to erupt normally which then causes teeth to erupt in an
abnormal way. Teeth are overlapped or bunched up. If you have crowded
teeth you are bound to experience discomfort, pain, and even
embarrassment when you smile.

Invisalign offers dental treatment for teeth straightening using
clear aligners that shift your teeth into their proper positions over a
period of time.

If you have crowded teeth, your dentist may recommend Invisalign
treatment for you. Sometimes some of your teeth will be extracted before
the Invisalign aligners are fitted.

Do you have crowded teeth?

If you have crowded teeth, an obvious sign is the misalignment of
your teeth. Some other signs are:

  • Altered facial appearance

  • Discomfort or pain when biting or chewing

  • Biting of the tongue or inner cheeks

  • Difficulty in speaking or pronunciation of some words

  • Breathing difficulties (in severe cases)

Invisalign for crowded teeth can fix the above problems by aligning
your teeth properly to improve your bite and give you confidence.

How can Invisalign fix crowded teeth?

To fix crowded teeth, your Invisalign dentist will take X-rays to
create impressions of your teeth. X-ray images will help your dentist
see the exact positioning of your teeth and roots as well as any teeth
trapped under the gum line.

An Invisalign scanner is used to capture images that help your
dentist in designing the aligners.

Invisalign aligners are made of a thermoplastic material that is
strong and flexible. It is able to shift crowded teeth for an average
duration of 1 year.

You will receive new sets of aligners at each dental appointment,
which is approximately every 2 weeks.

Get Invisalign for crowded teeth

If you have crowded teeth, speak to an Invisalign dentist today.
Aligners are custom-made for you because crowded teeth are different for
each person. If you have questions or concerns, call us and speak with
an Invisalign dentist.