A healthy and beautiful smile can contribute to one’s personal and professional success. The report from the American Association of Orthodontists revealed that most adult Americans are so happy with the results of their orthodontic treatment that they’ve recommend it to others as well.
An innovative approach to dental treatment motivates adult Americans to improve their teeth. Patients are impressed with the technology of Invisalign. The orthodontic treatment consists of a series of clear aligners that effectively straighten teeth without affecting your daily activities. It continues to gain more popularity among patients with orthodontic issues such as overly crowded teeth, crossbite, overbite, open bite, under bite and gapped teeth.
You can correct your bite problems using this removable appliance. It’s made up of smooth, comfortable and invisible plastic that you wear over your teeth. Ideally, the device should be worn for about 20 to 22 hours a day.
The step to straight and healthy teeth begins with a consultation with your Lincroft dentist. You will need to undergo a smile assessment to determine if the aligners are suitable for you. Then, you will proceed with the treatment process, which involves the creation of 3D image of your teeth, presentation of the treatment plan and placement of the device on your teeth. It uses state-of-the-art technology that provides accurate and effective treatment for bite problems.
Invisalign is beneficial to busy people who want a convenient and comfortable dental treatment. The removable appliance allows you to eat, brush and floss without consuming too much of your time. Savor a delectable meal without the aligners. After your meal, simply brush and floss like you normally would then place your aligners back on again. Just remove it if you need to attend an important occasion or play your favorite contact sports.
Dr. Friedman provides essential information about the procedure and benefits of Invisalign. Straighten your teeth right away! Call 732-352-3903 to book an appointment today.