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5 Amazing Benefits of Invisalign®️

Are you tired of crooked teeth that continually cause dental complications? In addition to the aesthetic impact, misaligned teeth can increase your risks for gingivitis or infection that can threaten your overall health.

One of the most innovative methods the talented and skilled dental team at Arbours Aesthetic Dentistry uses to straighten teeth is Invisalign®. We’ve helped numerous patients in the Rancho Santa Margarita, California, area achieve stunningly beautiful smiles without the aggravation of metal wires and appliances. This guide shares more about the amazing benefits of Invisalign.

You’re likely already familiar with the fact that Invisalign uses clear plastic aligners to move your teeth into position instead of metal hooks, brackets, and wires. But there’s far more to Invisalign than that. After you’ve read about Invisalign, contact our team at Arbours Aesthetic Dentistry for a teeth straightening consultation. 

Using Invisalign means no braces jokes

Metal braces that straighten teeth have been a traditional target for ridicule and jokes since their inception. Invisalign clear aligners provide a discreet manner to align crooked teeth that are hardly noticeable. Many teens and adults choose Invisalign to correct their smiles for the same reason. Discreet, fast, and easy to use, Invisalign is a top choice. 

Invisalign can produce faster results 

Invisalign features patented SmartTrack® aligners, made from a specially-engineered plastic. It exerts a constant force on the teeth requiring adjustment while remaining elastic and comfortable.

Not only are Invisalign aligners easier to remove and replace at each cleaning or mealtime, users can typically achieve the smile results they want 50% faster than with traditional braces. One of our Invisalign specialists can give you a projected timeline for your Invisalign process. 

Life is a snap with Invisalign 

Invisalign clear aligners are a snap to use and maintain during your teeth straightening program. Simply snap out the aligners for meals and regular brushing and flossing, and then snap them back into place to continue creating your beautiful new smile. Eat your favorite foods and keep your teeth and gums clean while still working to achieve the smile you desire. 

Invisalign even works with problematic teeth

Many patients we see at Arbours Aesthetic Dentistry have one or more teeth that pose significant problems for creating a beautiful smile. These troublesome teeth can still be moved using a number of SmartForce®️ attachments from Invisalign. Our skilled Invisalign dentists can perform complicated dental movements without metal braces. 

8 million smiles can’t be wrong 

Over 8 million people now enjoy a beautifully straight smile because of Invisalign. When you choose Invisalign clear aligners to create your new smile, our team explains how the process works, when you receive your replacement aligners, how to care for them, and more. Using the Invisalign software, we can even show you an approximate image of your projected smile results before we even get started! 

Learn more about Invisalign and if you or your teen are good candidates by scheduling a consultation with our Invisalign specialists at Arbours Aesthetic Dentistry. Call our Rancho Santa Margarita office at 949-393-2183 or request an appointment online today.

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