The Invisalign Advantage
Does your confidence suffer due to crooked, gapped, or otherwise misaligned teeth? If so, you don’t have to put up with years of wearing uncomfortable metal braces to correct these issues.
You can get straighter teeth and the beautiful smile you’ve always wanted with Invisalign®.
Here are five reasons to consider Invisalign® clear braces:
1. Clear, Natural-Looking Design
Most patients want straighter teeth, but they don’t want to deal with traditional bulky metal braces, which can temporarily ruin their smile. One of the most attractive benefits of Invisalign® is the clean natural-looking design which goes virtually undetectable by others. That’s particularly important for professionals who rely on their smile.
2. Custom Designed Aligners
Invisalign® aligners are custom-made by Dr. Singh in Abbotsford to meet your specific needs. Advanced imaging technology maps out your treatment process from start to finish. Your aligners are designed to fit your mouth alone and shift your teeth into the proper position for your unique smile to get the best possible results.
3. More Comfortable to Wear
The plastic material they’re made from means you don’t have any stiff metal wires or brackets to contend with. You won’t ever have to endure the cutting, poking, or scratching associated with traditional metal braces. You also won’t experience the pain that occurs after a wire is tightened. With Invisalign®, most of our patients experience only a slight, highly tolerable pressure with each new set of aligners.
4. Removable for Eating and Oral Care
Cleaning teeth around traditional metal braces can be a huge chore and result in cavities. But brushing, flossing, and eating is a breeze with Invisalign®. You simply remove your aligners to maintain your teeth and enjoy all the foods you would normally eat.
5. Improved Overall Health
Properly aligned teeth are not just about aesthetics. Invisalign® braces will correctly position teeth to alleviate problems caused by an improper bite, increased wear on the tooth enamel, speech or chewing difficulties and jaw problems, such as TMJ.