One of the first things people will notice about you is your smile.If you happen to be embarrassed or self-conscious about your crooked teeth, our office has a contemporary solution for straightening your smile.
Invisalign are custom-made series of aligners individually created for every patient, the process will gently and progressively shift your teeth into their correct position. These clear aligners are comfortable and virtually unnoticeable. The process of wearing the aligners is simply and easy. You change the trays every two weeks, and the end result is a beautiful, straight smile. Only you will know that you are straightening your teeth.
Ideal Option For Teens Or Adults
The Invisalign clear aligners are great for teens or adults. Whether you are a business executive, a stay-at-home mom, or a teenager, you can feel confident in your decision by consulting with our office about the various available options. The two most popular choices for straightening teeth are Invisalign and traditional metal braces. However, more and more people are choosing the level of comfort and convenience that Invisalign clear aligners has tooffer.
Invisalign is a great way to straighten misaligned teeth that have shifted over time without having to go through wearing unsightly metal braces. Straight teeth may be more aesthetically pleasing, but there are also a number of health benefits to having beautiful straight teeth. When you have straight teeth, you will have a more confident smile and improved dental health. Invisalign not only gives you a beautiful smile, but reduces your risk for gum disease, cavities, and other oral conditions.
Invisalign Leads To Healthier Gums And teeth
Red and red swollen gums often occur when teeth are misaligned. Teeth that are too close together are difficult to keep clean, causing gums to become inflamed. Unfortunately, this is also often the signs of periodontal disease. When teeth are aligned correctly, gums are flush firmly around teeth without leaving spaces open to infection or being overcrowded to the point of decay and pain. Invisalign is a comfortable clear aligner system which gently shifts your teeth toward a healthier position. Continue reading →
If you want straighter teeth without having to deal with embarrassing metal brackets and wires, Invisalign offers a wonderful alternative. Wearing Invisalign is not difficult, but there are a few things you should be aware of to ensure you progress through the treatment without any delays.
Wear For 20 To 22 Hours Every Day
We suggest that you continue to wear your Invisalign aligners for the recommended 20 to 22 hours each day. You can remove your trays throughout the day to eat, and even before special speaking engagements you might have at school or work. Invisalign makes it easy to live your life while working on the beautiful, more straighter smile you deserve. Continue reading →
When you get new braces, you may notice that your mouth feels a little different. You may have to change your eating habits the first few days to make your transition a little smoother. Below are some suggestions for the best kinds of foods to eat when you first get braces.
The first day or so of having your new braces on you may have some soreness that will keep you from chewing a whole lot. Try something softlike tender turkey, mashed potatoes, chili, soups, pudding, yogurt and oatmeal.
Easy To Chew
Stay away from foods that are hard to chew like steak. Instead try fish, scrambled eggs, omelettes or quiche.There are lots of protein choices that will not make you chew too hard. Continue reading →
Many orthodontic patients want to know about the best alternatives to braces, for a variety of reasons. Most of us would prefer not to have visible metal braces, and fortunately, there are plenty of other options available today to choose from. You can get straighter teeth for your school pictures, your wedding day, or for professional reasons without having a mouth full of metal braces. Below are three of the best alternatives to braces.
Invisalign clear aligners uses a series of trays to straighten your teeth. Every two weeks you will wear new trays that gently apply pressure to push your teeth into a straighter position. Going about your daily routine wearing Invisalign is minimally distracting. With Invisalign you want to be careful not to misplace your trays and you do need to clean your teeth more frequently because the trays will hold food particles against the teeth, which increases the chance of getting tooth decay. Continue reading →
Orthodontics is a specialized branch of dentistry that corrects improperly positioned teeth and jaws. In other words, orthodontists help straighten protruding, crooked, or crowded teeth, teeth spaced too far apart, or excessive underbites or overbites.
Orthodontists have the knowledge and tools to treat all of the above issues and also have patience, as these alignment issues take time to address. Below are some examples of various orthodontic appliances that our office might recommend that you or your child wear while in orthodontic treatment. Continue reading →
With each orthodontic appointment, you get closer and closer to your dream smile. These adjustment appointments put your teeth on track for better alignment, but occasionally your teeth may be a little sore. Having sore teeth can make it difficult to eat your go-to meals, so use this opportunity to try out some yummy new soft food recipes. Here are some meal ideas to inspire your palate.
Smoothies Or Juice
Smoothies are packed with lots of vitamin power in one convenient liquid. Start your smoothie off with your green veggie of choice. Green smoothies often feature kale, spinach, swiss chard or other greens. Add frozen or fresh fruit like strawberries, bananas, blackberries, blueberries and raspberries to sweeten up your cup. You can also add soy milk or almond milk, chia seeds or flax seed for extra health benefits. An orange, apple or pear can add some good flavors as well. Continue reading →
A pretty smile has many benefits, not just for aesthetics but also for health reasons. Smiling can actually change the brain, triggering you to feel happy simply because you are smiling and also leads to a decrease in stress induced hormones, making you feel more relaxed and confident.
A smile can have a transformative effect and can actually improve your life. Below are just a few benefits of a smile.
• Lowers your heart rate.
• Gives you a natural high. Smiling releases endorphins, which can make you feel more positive.
• Makes you more approachable.
• Boosts your immune system.
• Allows you to become more successful. One study showed that 96 percent of the people in the study equated a healthy smile with increased confidence, personal and professional success.
• Increases your overall health. Continue reading →
You have finally made it! Your braces are off, but you are not home free yet! After braces there is always an orthodontic retainer. These removable devices complete the straightening process.
Retainers will help stop teeth from shifting back to their previous place after your braces come off. These retainers are custom made to fit your mouth, and are usually made out of acrylic with metal wires or plastic. You will probably be advised to wear a retainer full time for at least six months after your braces come off, and then at nights. But how long you wear it is really up to your orthodontist. Continue reading →
Getting braces is typically viewed as something a child or young teen may be forced to endure. When teeth do not come in straight, getting braces is almost always the best remedy available. In fact, getting braces at an early age can prevent serious dental problems later on both cosmetically and from an oral health perspective.
On the other hand, adults have been known to ignore the need for braces. Perhaps they had them as a child and do not want to go through wearing metal on their teeth again. The truth, however, is that more adults than ever are now opting for braces in order to correct problems with their teeth. Because of this, here are a few facts that you should know about when it comes to braces and adults. Continue reading →