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Adults Patients Should Consider Invisalign for Their Orthodontic Needs

August 31, 2012

As much as you want a straighter smile, you really don’t want to be stuck with traditional braces for the next year or two. That’s why Dr. Martin and his team at VIP Dentistry offer Invisalign clear braces. An orthodontic solution like Invisalign lets you straighten your smile discreetly, without drawing attention to your teeth or your treatment. But being clear is just the first benefit of Invisalign, not the last.

A Comfortable, Removable Solution

Invisalign uses a series of clear, custom-made aligners instead of metal brackets and wires to progressively move teeth into their ideal alignment. That means there’s nothing to tighten. Instead, after about two weeks, you’ll just switch out one set of aligners for the next set in your treatment.

What’s more, you can remove your Invisalign clear braces on daily basis to eat and brush, resulting in two significant benefits: First, you can eat all of your favorite foods, even foods that are notoriously hard to eat with traditional braces. Second, by removing your clear braces you can clean your teeth more thoroughly. With traditional braces, it can hard to do clean adequately around the brackets and wires, which poses an oral health risk. Invisalign eliminates that problem by being removable.

Getting Started with Invisalign

If you have misaligned teeth and are interested in learning more about Invisalign, the quickest way to start your treatment is by calling VIP Dentistry in Scottsdale to reserve a consultation appointment. During your appointment, Dr. Martin will complete a thorough oral exam and help you understand your treatment options. If Invisalign is the best option for you, we’ll begin working on a detailed treatment plan immediately.

Call us today. VIP Dentistry in Scottsdale serves patients from Phoenix, Paradise Valley, and Fountain Hills.

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