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Invisalign Braces vs Traditional Braces
It’s common for people to think that metal braces are the only type available thanks to how media has portrayed braces and due to the fact that most other types are not visible.
Think about it, have you seen anyone wearing metal braces these days?
Probably not as most people wear invisible braces. The most popular type on the market is Invisalign, which are just as effective as metal braces, yet comfortable.
Invisalign cost price vary, but the invisalign cost is generally higher than a standard set of traditional braces.
Before we dwell into the specifics of Invisalign, let’s look into why people need braces in the first place.
Every set of teeth is different and each has the possibility of growing in misaligned, which can cause various problems such as overbite.
If a tooth grows in an odd spot, it may push around other teeth and cause an even more crookedness. Teeth grinding, losing your baby teeth early, and oral problems may also cause misalignment.
If left untreated, misaligned teeth can cause an increased risk of cavities, low self-esteem, TMJ (temporomandibular joint) disorder, and trouble chewing.
What is Invisalign®?
How does it work?
Traditional braces are unsightly and extremely uncomfortable. It may be years before you can take them off for good.
The amount of trouble they cause over this period just doesn’t seem worth it sometimes.
You’ll have a hard time eating and taking care of your teeth if you go the traditional route, so if you don’t want to suffer while realigning your teeth then Invisalign braces are exactly what you need.
First of all, Invisalign braces are made out of plastic rather than metal, which makes it easier to take care of your teeth and can improve the health of your gums.
These are completely invisible at a glance and they do not interfere with your ability to speak like traditional braces do.
The length of time you’ll need to wear them varies depending on the condition of your teeth; it can take as little as five months to over a year, but even if it does require a year Invisalign braces won’t give you any trouble.
Schedule an appointment with us to find out more about Invisalign in Sydney.
Is Invisalign suitable for all cases?
No. Invisalign works for many, but not all, cases.
We can assess your teeth and tell you if it will work for you.
How often are the visits to change the Invisalign Braces?
Does Invisalign alter my speech?
Once you are used to Invisalign, in a day or 2 you will be able to speak normally.
Invisalign is also more convenient than traditional braces.
The aligners are easily removable, so you choose when you wear them.
You’re free to take them out whenever you need to. Eating, drinking… you name it.
Even if you just need a break from wearing your aligners during a high school reunion or special work event, that’s OK.
But remember, you need to wear your aligners as prescribed by your doctor in order to achieve your treatment goals.
What is the Cost Price of Invisalign in Sydney?
It depends on your case but the range is $4,500.00 to $12,500.00.
How Long do I have to wear Invisalign for every day?
Invisalign is worn for 24 hours a day seven days a week.
However, you do take them out to eat and clean.
How long is the treatment with Invisalign?
You wear each pair of aligners for a two-week period, allowing your teeth to gradually evolve into a smile that shows off the real you.
Treatment length varies, depending on your dental condition and the severity of your case.
But often, a full program of treatment takes less than one year.
Can Children wear Invisalign?
Is invisalign really invisible?
From normal conversational distance most people will never notice.
Invisalign is ideal for adults who want straight teeth but who do not want everyone to know.
Our friendly staff are ready to assist you.
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