Are Straighter Teeth On Your Bucket List?

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What’s on your bucket list? Travel? Adventures? Family? Those are three common clusters of goals people set for themselves at some point in their life. Here’s another one, one that you can accomplish quickly and easily while stroking the other ones off your bucket list – straighter teeth.

If you’re living with teeth that are crooked or oddly and inconsistently spaced, you can straighten them quickly, comfortably, and easily with Invisalign’s system of transparent and removable aligners.

If you want to know more about the steps toward straighter teeth using Invisalign so that you can live your life to the very fullest, read on. Thanks to constant innovation in materials and techniques, the process is simple and the results are stunning. If at the end of reading these six steps you’re ready to find out if you’re a good candidate for Invisalign, contact an orthodontist in Orlando. Tell them you’re ready for straighter teeth.

First Step – Initial Consultation

At your first appointment, a dentist in Orlando will evaluate your teeth and jaw to determine whether is a good option for achieving your goals. Invisalign is a terrific solution for millions of people, but is not for everyone (people with more than moderately crooked or mis-spaced teeth, for example). If other options are more appropriate for you, your dentist in Orlando will explain those choices.

Second Step – Coming Up With Your Own Personal Treatment Plan

Using Invisalign’s own system, your dentist will take a scan of your mouth and make. Invisalign will use that information to craft a set of customized aligners specifically for your teeth and the stages needed to slowly adjust their position.

Third Step – Waiting (The Hardest Part)

Once Invisalign has confirmed the specifications of your aligners, it will take approximately one month for your set of aligners to be manufactured and to arrive at your dentist.

Fourth Step – Getting Started With the Aligners

Each aligner in the set of aligners Invisalign produces is designed to be work for two weeks before you switch to the next one in the set. You’ll visit the dentist’s office occasionally througout the treatment process to quickly update your progress. Your goal should be to wear your aligners for up to 22 hours every day — 20 hours at minimum — taking them out to just eat, brush your teeth, and floss. That commitment to wearing your trays for up to 22 hours a day will ensure your teeth shift toward their new position in your jaw. You can take them out, but will get the best results by leaving them in as long as possible.

Fifth Stage – Double Checking and Refining

Once you’ve finished with the last aligner that Invisalign designed for you, your dentist will examine your teeth and compare their new position to the original goal. Sometimes, minor adjustments are needed, in which case your dentist will order refinement trays from Invisalign to complete the transformation of your smile.

Sixth Stage – Maintaining Your Newly Perfected Smile

While your jaw adjusts to the new location of your teeth, you’ll wear a retainer while sleeping. This is especially important immediately after completing your last aligner session, and any refinement aligners. To maintain your new and hard-won smile, though, your dentist in Orlando will recommend that you wear that retainer for several nights a week for the rest of your life.

You’re just six steps from straighter teeth quickly. If you want to know whether Invisalign in Orlando can help you achieve your goal of straighter teeth, the very first step — Step Zero? — is yours to take. Get in touch with an orthodontist in Orlando and ask for an Invisalign assessment.

 

 

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