Add Invisalign To Your Fall To-Do List

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It’s fall.  A season marked by change. Boots are replacing flip-flops, and sweaters are being chosen over tank tops. Some changes you have no power over, like the dropping of temperatures and leaves.  There are other changes that you do have the power over.  You may choose that it’s time to finally hit the gym now that the kids are back in school.  Or, you may choose that it’s time for a change in the appearance of your smile.  If you’re considering ways to straighten your teeth without much change to your lifestyle, or even the appearance of braces in your mouth, it’s time to consider Invisalign.  

What is Invisalign?

Invisalign is a custom-made series of clear aligners that are created specifically for you and your needs in achieving straight teeth.  The aligner trays are made of smooth, comfortable and virtually invisible plastic that you wear over your teeth.  

Why Invisalign?

Invisalign is an easily manageable process. There are no metal brackets to attach and no wires to tighten.  All you need to do it pop in a new set of aligners approximately every two weeks, until your treatment is complete.  This process provides very little interference in your regular lifestyle.

Can It Help You?

Invisalign is useful in treating a variety of dental needs.  Patients who may be experiencing a misaligned upper and lower jaw have been seeing great results with their cross bite.  This helps prevent wear on the insides of your teeth.  Invisalign can also help with an overly crowded mouth, if there is not enough room within your jaw for all of your teeth to fit normally.  Patients with gapped teeth have seen great results with Invisalign to help with spacing issues.  It can help with overbite as well. 

Add setting up an appointment with us at Ambler Dental Care to your to-do list. Tis the season of change, why not change your smile with Invisalign?

Posted on behalf of Ambler Dental Care

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