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Why Invisalign® Braces Are Better Than Traditional Braces

Why Invisalign® Braces Are Better Than Traditional Braces

If you haven’t heard of Invisalign® braces, this article is for you. If you or someone you know needs braces to correct your smile, find out why Invisalign® braces is a much better option than traditional braces.

Less Noticeable

Invisalign® braces are much less noticeable than traditional braces. Invisalign® are clear braces that look very much like your natural teeth when you’re wearing them. You can hardly see them unless you are very close up. The more natural appearance is one of the reasons that Invisalign® is a much more popular choice than traditional braces.

Removeable

Unlike traditional braces that are attached to your teeth for the duration of your treatment, Invisalign® braces are able to be removed whenever you want. This means that if you would rather not eat or drink while wearing your braces, you can take them off and put them right back on when you are finished. You can also remove them while you sleep if you want. These braces are much more of a flexible option than traditional braces.

More Comfortable

Invisalign® braces are much more comfortable than traditional braces. This is because Invisalign® does not require the use of wires and brackets and other metal pieces that are uncomfortable to wear. Invisalign® comfortably aligns your teeth with the use of the form that fits over your teeth, which is refitted as needed until your teeth reach their desired setting.

No Restrictions on Food

Most traditional braces wearers have to be cautious of what they eat so that certain foods do not get stuck in their braces and teeth due to all the metal and wiring. With Invisalign® you can enjoy all of your favorite foods whether you decide to keep your braces on while eating or not.

Contact Madison Square Dental today to get fitted for Invisalign® and you will be on your way to a more confident smile in no time!

The information provided in this article is not meant to be medical advice and is for educational purposes only. If you would like to learn more about this and other orthodontic-related topics, feel free to contact Madison Square Dentistry by clicking here or by calling (951) 304-2070.