Orthodontic work with metal braces can feel intrusive for several reasons. You may be unhappy with your smile, as it is now lined with this bracket-and-wire appliance. You could also find yourself bothered by the way braces make it more difficult to eat, and to clean your teeth. Fortunately, orthodontic work can be completed without traditional metal braces. With Invisalign, you can correct flaws with your dental alignment by using a set of clear plastic oral inserts. These appliances are difficult to notice, so they will not seem to intrude on your appearance. They can also be less intrusive as you go about your day because you can remove them when you eat, or when you clean your teeth.
You Can Remove Your Invisalign Aligners When You Need To
Invisalign aligners are popular with many patients because they are hard to see. This is certainly beneficial when you are concerned about your appearance, especially in professional settings, or in your dating life. With that said, the ability to remove your aligners also provides real advantages. You can have an easier time eating when you do not have to worry about food debris being stuck in your appliance. You can also find it easier to brush and floss. While you may appreciate the convenience of an appliance you remove, remember that leaving them off for too long can slow down your progress.
Why Should I Consider Addressing Poor Dental Alignment, Anyway?
Orthodontic work makes big cosmetic smile improvements possible, but there are additional advantages that you gain. One reason patients develop TMJ dysfunction is because of poor bite alignment, which can lead to strain on your jaw joints. Adjusting your teeth can reduce this tension. Straightened teeth can also be easier to protect against cavities.
Talk To Munilla Dental About Starting Treatment With Invisalign
At Munilla Dental, you can count on terrific support if you are interested in correcting your alignment troubles with Invisalign. Our practice is proud to offer a range of services that can help patients enjoy their best and healthiest smiles. To learn more, schedule a dental consultation by calling Munilla Dental today at (817) 379-1200. Located in Southlake, TX, we also proudly serve patients from Keller, Colleyville, Grapevine, West Lake, Trophy Club, and North Richland Hills.