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What Is Invisalign in Westfield and How Is It Different?

December 31, 2017

Filed under: Uncategorized — indydentalteam @ 11:19 am

Indy Dental Group logo PCWhen most people think “braces,” their first association is metal brackets and wires — but these days, that’s not the only option for straightening out your smile. Clear braces like Invisalign in Westfield allow patients to improve the alignment of their teeth without the need for visible metal hardware. Visibility is one big difference between clear braces and traditional orthodontics, but it’s not the only one. Keep reading to learn more about this popular option for adults and older teens — then find out whether it might be right for your own smile!

What Is Invisalign?

Invisalign is a clear braces treatment that works using a series of clear plastic aligners to gradually reposition your teeth. When used as directed over the course of about one year, on average, the bite is realigned to the proper position. Invisalign works using the traditional orthodontic principles of gradual movement with focused pressure — and it is a system that has already helped over 4 million patients worldwide enjoy straighter teeth and more beautiful smiles.

How Invisalign Differs From Traditional Braces

The most obvious difference between Invisalign and traditional braces is, of course, the fact that Invisalign is practically invisible. Your close friends and family will know you are undergoing orthodontic treatment, but acquaintances and people you meet throughout the day may not notice anything at all.

But subtlety is not the only thing that makes Invisalign different from traditional braces for Westfield patients. Some of the other things you will appreciate about this option include:

  • Removability: You can easily slip your Invisalign trays out before eating as well as brushing and flossing. There are no diet limitations or tricky cleaning techniques to learn with removable braces.
  • Oral health: Because brushing and flossing are as easy as ever, your smile stays healthy throughout the Invisalign treatment.
  • Comfort: Clear plastic aligners are far more comfortable than metal brackets and braces for most patients.
  • Convenience: Fewer appointments with the orthodontist are required with the Invisalign treatment compared to traditional orthodontics.

Are You a Candidate for Clear Braces?

Invisalign is a good option for adults and responsible teens alike. It can be used to correct the most common orthodontic issues, including overbite, underbite, gapped teeth, and crowded teeth. You should be in good oral health before getting braces, so we will recommend an appointment to check for tooth decay and gum disease before we get started. Any issues should be treated in advance of or alongside your orthodontic treatment.

Now that you know a little more about Invisalign, what are you waiting for? Most patients are good candidates for this option — we invite you to learn more about clear braces in Westfield by contacting Indy Dental Group today!

About the Practice

The Indy Dental Group is known for providing superior comprehensive dentistry from the comfort of their state of the art offices across the Indianapolis region. Patients of all ages can have their smile needs met under the care of Indy Dental Group — and they look forward to welcoming you and your loved ones into the dental family.

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