The world of orthodontics has been transformed thanks to clear aligners like Invisalign®. Lincoln Dental Associates patients in Lincoln can enhance their smile and fix orthodontic issues without the need for metal braces that cause discomfort and take years before results are seen. Invisalign® is comfortable, safe, discreet, and fast.
When you wear Invisalign® clear aligners, you won’t believe the level of comfort experienced. Metal braces can be uncomfortable and cause pain when brackets rub against the mouth. However, you won’t experience that with Invisalign®. They’re so comfortable that you won’t even feel them there – but don’t forget to remove them before eating or drinking anything other than water.
If you get traditional braces, there is always a chance that a wire or bracket can break and lead to an emergency dental visit. The mouth can take a beating with traditional metal braces, making Invisalign® a much better and safer option. Metal braces can also lead to the enamel losing strength over time, making you more prone to cavities.
Orthodontics used to mainly use metal contraptions in the mouth, leading to self-esteem issues and less confidence. Invisalign® braces are barely noticeable since they’re made of a clear plastic material that allows them to be almost completely invisible. You can smile with confidence while your teeth are being corrected and beautified.
While some orthodontic treatment methods take several years to see results, you won’t have to worry about wearing Invisalign® aligners for long. Most patients see an improvement in their smile within a few weeks. After about a year and a half, the results are often achieved and patients enjoy looking at their new and improved smile. There’s no need to wear metal braces that may potentially need to stay on teeth for over 2 years – try Invisalign® to get results much faster.
If you or your loved one has dental issues that may be treated with orthodontics, consider visiting Lincoln Dental Associates in Lincoln to discuss your options and whether or not Invisalign® is right for you. Your dentist will perform an examination of your mouth and determine if Invisalign® can correct your smile effectively.