Smile Designs

Invisalign

People often associate braces with those awkward teenage years, but the fact is, you are never too old to have a straight healthy smile. The good news is that you may not have to go through years of wearing the metal brackets and wires of traditional braces.

Invisalign offers an effective solution for many people, giving them the smile they have dreamed of with an esthetically pleasing clear braces option. Invisalign straightens teeth using clear aligners that are practically invisible—even to someone sitting right across from you!

You don’t have to live with crooked, uneven, or gapped teeth. Invisalign can give you the smile of your dreams in a shorter time than you expected.

At Smile Designs of Long Island, we can answer all your questions about Invisalign clear braces. Find out how you can transform your smile in a matter of months with these discreet braces. 

Why Should You Straighten Your Teeth?

There are reasons other than esthetics alone that make it a good idea to straighten your teeth. If your teeth are crowded or overlapped, this can actually raise your risk of developing decay and gum disease.

It’s simply more difficult to brush and floss teeth that are not straight and even. If you are not cleaning your teeth properly, plaque can more easily build up below the gum line. Even gaps between your teeth can be problematic if there is a tendency for food to get trapped between your teeth.

How Does Invisalign Work?

Invisalign invisible braces uses a series of translucent plastic aligners that gently nudge your teeth into better alignment. These custom aligners fit tightly over your teeth and will have to be worn for most of the day and night. Every couple of weeks, you will get a new set of aligners and your teeth will continue to be repositioned over the weeks and months. The process to get your teeth into the most desirable position usually takes less time than traditional braces

When you are wearing the aligners, most people won’t even be able to see them. Since they can be removed, there are no restrictions on eating and drinking, which gives Invisalign a big advantage over traditional orthodontics. If you have a special event, such as a prom or a wedding, you can remove the aligners for a few hours while you attend and then put them back in afterward to continue straightening your teeth.

Who Is a Good Candidate for Invisalign?

If you are self-conscious about misaligned or crooked teeth but you do not want to go the route of traditional metal braces, you could be the ideal Invisalign candidate. As long as you have no other dental issues, such as gum disease, this convenient, innovative, and effective teeth straightening treatment could be perfect for you.

All you need is a commitment to wearing the aligners for the appropriate hours each day and to taking care of your teeth with proper flossing and brushing. You can enjoy the advantages provided by clear braces and have straight teeth at the end of the process.

Learn more about clear braces and Invisalign by scheduling an appointment. Call Smile Designs of Long Island today!

 

 

 

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Dental treatment can sometimes be complex and difficult to understand. We will take our time to make sure you understand exactly why we are recommending a needed treatment, and we won’t try to sell you on something unless we believe that it will give you the best result possible. We want you to fully understand all your choices.Dr. Davis and his staff enjoy taking the time to explain your treatment options. We take pride in providing our patients with all the information they need to make smart choices!
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Smile Designs is a great practice. The office runs on time which seems like it is a rarity with doctors these days. The hygienists are quick and painless. Dr. Davis has great rapport with his patients. All things considered, he is the first dentist I have ever seen that I don't mind going to.
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