Overly Crowded Teeth: Am I a candidate for Invisalign?

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Many celebrities have increased their fame by flashing less than perfect smiles. They say that a slight gap between the front teeth or mild crowding in the lower teeth gives their smiles “character”. In the “real world” however, most adults aren’t necessarily interested in smiling with character. Most of us want teeth that are in their proper places, with no gaps or crowding in sight.

If you are unsatisfied with crooked or crowded teeth, you may be interested in learning more about Invisalign in Dallas. Even overly crowded teeth can be corrected with the use of advanced technology that helps to gently unveil your best smile yet!

Your dentist may recommend Invisalign for a wide variety of orthodontic issues. Examples include crowding, spacing, overbite, underbite, open bite, and retreating patients who have previously undergone orthodontic treatment.

The best Invisalign candidates include those teens and adults who are interested in achieving a naturally beautiful smile that is free from traditional metal hardware. Since the Invisalign technology uses a proven three dimensional technique to evaluate the position of your teeth, the final result is properly aligned teeth and a balanced bite.

Your willingness to comply with your dentist’s instructions regarding the Invisalign process can also help to determine if Invisalign is right for you. Each series of thin, clear aligners must be worn around the clock (although they can be removed for eating, drinking, and brushing!). The more frequently the aligners are worn, the more predictable the results. Fortunately, the aligners are smooth and comfortable to your lips, cheeks, and tongue. What’s more, they are virtually invisible to those around you. No one will realize that you are receiving orthodontic treatment.

A thorough evaluation is necessary in order to determine if Invisalign is right for you. Impressions of your teeth and x-rays will assist your dentist and the specialists at the Invisalign headquarters develop the appropriate treatment plan for you. Call the office of Dr. John M. Hucklebridge today to book your appointment.