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Why Choose Invisible Braces from a Toronto Dental Clinic?

There was a day when just the thought of getting braces might make a person cringe. Thinking about a mouth full of metal and wires could be embarrassing. You may have worried about being made fun of or just about your appearance while you were wearing braces. Fortunately, over the last few years there are now other options including invisible braces your Toronto dentist can help you with. Invisible braces are still somewhat new and there might be some lingering questions. There are several advantages to using invisible braces to help align your teeth.

How do the invisible braces my Toronto dentist recommended work?

Instead of traditional, metal braces, you’ll be given aligners. You will be given new aligners about every six weeks. Each aligner will gently move your teeth into proper alignment. Aligners shift your teeth horizontally and vertically. They are engineered and customized to apply just the right amount of force to the right places at just the right time. You’ll be given aligners in stages as they progressively move your teeth into position. Once the first set has accomplished the goal, the next aligner will be worn for a designated period of time until you’ve gone through all the aligners and your teeth are positioned where they need to be.

What are the advantages for invisible braces?

Invisible braces have several advantages over traditional braces. Here are a few of the benefits you’ll enjoy when you ask for invisible braces from your Toronto dental professional.
  • Not clearly visible – most people won’t notice you are wearing them
  • No pain involved in wearing invisible braces
  • They can be removed to allow for daily oral hygiene
  • They can be removed for special occasions
  • Comfortable (but effective)
Talk about invisible braces with your Toronto dentist. He will be able to answer any questions you may have about cost and insurance co-pays.

Properly aligned teeth not only give you a beautiful smile, but they can significantly improve your overall dental health.

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