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Crooked teeth? Don’t worry we have a modern solution

Are you also worried about the crooked teeth? Don’t worry, here’s the ultimate & modern solution

A beautiful smile is always a very desirable trait. Unfortunately, at approx. 85% of the population has some or the other form of dental irregularities which makes their smile less attractive. These issues could be mild (minor spacing or crowding) to severe (jaws forwardly placed thereby effecting the facial appearances). Along with being aesthetically pleasing, a straight smile adds symmetry to your face and teeth are easier to clean and allow you to eat and speak properly. Orthodontic treatment to get these issues fixed is generally undertaken and in 95% of the cases are done for purely aesthetic reasons.

Clear aligners, a marvel in modern orthodontic therapy has come up as an alternative modality for correction of any malocclusion. When the destination is aesthetic, why the journey to achieve the destination be artificial? Clear Aligners can not only treat almost all types of dental malocclusions but is a discrete and simple way to straighten teeth. Years ago, the only unenviable choices available were to attempt to conceal your teeth when you smiled or to sport metal braces for numerous years. Times have changed though. You no longer have to feel uncomfortable or be self-conscious with the appearance of your teeth, detracting from who you really are. That’s right, holding your smile back is a thing of the past!

While technology has advanced over the centuries, science and method have largely remained the same. To move teeth a trained dentist must apply gentle pressure to the teeth and gradually they will shift into the proper place. Thanks to the modern, life-changing option of clear Aligners, you can experience the self-confidence that comes from allowing the real you beam with a new smile. Few fast facts about this popular & revolutionary twist to traditional orthodontics are:

  1. Invisible aligners made of virtually invisible medical-grade plastic. These BPA-free aligners are replaced every 7-14 days or so as your teeth are gently and perfectly aligned, without anyone noticing that you’re straightening your teeth.
  2. Invisible Aligners has been clinically proven to be successful in treating most types of orthodontic cases, including those with complicated jaw movement requirements.
  3. Invisible Aligners can be conveniently removed for brushing, flossing and eating.
  4. Invisible Aligners costs about as much as traditional ceramic braces.
  5. The length of treatment depends on the complexity of the case.

However, the average case takes less than 12 months. First and foremost, there’s the time advantage. Traditional braces need to be worn for two years and more. That’s a hell of a long time –particularly if you’re in your teenage years and somewhat lack self-confidence. Invisible aligners take around six months – a massive saving of 18 months or more versus the traditional method. The precise length of time you’ll have to wear them will be assessed when you come to us for your initial consultation. It will depend on your individual gum, teeth and bone structure. Invisible braces are the comfortable, virtually undetectable way to achieve your perfect smile.

Completely removable, the aligners make it easy to eat, drink, brush your teeth and live your life as normal. Invisible braces can be used to solve several problems, including overcrowded teeth, widely spaced teeth, crossbites, overbites, and underbites. Invisible braces straighten your teeth through a series of removable aligners. Made from ultra-lightweight material, the aligners are custom-made for your teeth. Replacing your aligners every two weeks will create an effective but gradual movement of your teeth without causing pain. With each new set, your teeth will move, little by little, into the perfect position. At the end of your treatment (somewhere between 12 and 18months), you will be the proud owner of the straight teeth and even smile that you’ve always dreamt of.

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