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Invisalign is being preferred by more and more people for their bite alignment correction, mainly because it is not as conspicuous as traditional bracket-and-wire braces. Invisalign treatment consists of a series of clear thermoplastic braces tailor made specifically for your case of malocclusion. They make very small shifts in the position of your teeth, which means you’ll need to change invisalign braces every two weeks, or as prescribed by your dentist. As the name suggests, they’re practically invisible; people would have to look very closely at your teeth to know that you have these braces on.

Before the treatment starts, your dentist will need to take X-rays and photographs of your mouth and face so they can determine how to move the teeth and how to shape the invisalign braces. A 3D simulation of the step-by-step movement of your teeth is made to show you how the treatment will go from start to finish. This is then used to create your first set of aligners, which you will get a few weeks after the first visit. Invisalign braces have to be kept on your teeth for 20 to 22 hours a day. It’s recommended that you remove these only when eating and brushing because if you keep them off for too long, the braces won’t be as effective and will take a longer time to correct the alignment of your teeth, potentially costing you more for an extra set of braces.

Before you decide to get Invisalign braces, make sure to have a thorough consultation with a dental professional, as traditional wire-and-bracket braces are still more effective in treating more complex bite problems

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