A few years ago, I started thinking carefully about what I could do to improve my smile. I had lived with crooked, yellowed teeth for most of my adult life, and honestly, I just wanted to feel beautiful. I started thinking about working with a cosmetic dentist, and before I knew it, I was in an office getting a complimentary consultation. I learned about a variety of different procedures that could improve my look, and it was really fun. I wanted to create a blog all about making smiles more beautiful, which is why I made this website. Check out this blog for great information about dentistry.
Invisalign braces are a way to straighten your teeth without the use of metal brackets and wires. Invisalign uses trays that match your teeth and move your teeth slowly into position to give you straight teeth. Invisalign gives you a straight smile much faster than traditional braces. The trays are given to you, usually monthly, to help move your teeth into position. To help your teeth straighten, you need to do your part as well. The trays can only do so much, you have to do a few things as well. Read on for a few tips to help you straighten your teeth using Invisalign.
Use The Trays As Instructed
Be sure you are using the trays as instructed, according to your dentist's schedule. You need to follow the schedule and use the trays properly, or your teeth will not straighten as they should. You need to wear the trays as much as possible, only taking them out to eat or to brush your teeth. You shouldn't have them out for too long, as your teeth can move and shift back. The trays move your teeth and hold them in place so they stay this way.
Take Care Of Your Invisalign Trays
You need to be sure you take good care of your trays to ensure they are straightening your teeth as they should. This means that you need to clean the trays and keep them somewhere safe when you aren't wearing them in your mouth to prevent issues such as breaking the trays or throwing them away accidentally. These trays are made of plastic, which is strong, but they can only handle so much. You need to handle them with care to prevent breaking them.
Make It To Your Appointments
Be sure you are making it to your appointments with the dentist to get your new trays fitted for your mouth and you are getting your teeth examined properly to ensure they are moving as they should be. If you have any issues, you need to be sure to report them to the dentist.
If your teeth are not as straight as you want them to be, Invisalign is an option to get straighter teeth. They are a different option than traditional braces, as they do not have metal brackets and wires and are a nearly invisible way to get straighter teeth. Talk to your dentist about Invisalign and what else you can be doing to help get a straighter smile.Share
30 March 2022