Is Invisalign® right for you?

Have you ever wondered if Invisalign treatment is a viable option for you? It probably is, because whether you have an underbite, overbite or are just looking to improve your smile, Invisalign can help fix both structural and cosmetic issues.

Dr. Berges starting Invisalign treatment with a patient.

Invisalign is not simply a way to fix a crossbite or tooth gaps, but an effective way to improve your smile through cosmetic dentistry. The versatility of Invisalign is one of its best attributes. If your child has an open bite or tooth gap, wearing the aligners can fix those problems without having to check in with their care providers too often. For adults, Invisalign can straighten teeth without having to wear adult braces, improving your smile while being virtually undetectable.

The treatment goals that Invisalign can help with are overbite, underbite, crossbite, gap teeth, open bite and crooked teeth. There doesn’t need to be a specific problem that needs fixing, however, as Invisalign is commonly used to bring slightly crooked teeth into better alignment. Invisalign is a way to fix your dental problems gradually and casually. As long as you wear your customized aligners for the prescribed amount of time each day, all you’ll need are occasional check-ups with your dentist to check your progress and pick up your next set of aligners.

Even if your problem is “crowded teeth,” meaning there isn’t enough room in the jaw for your teeth to fit normally, Invisalign can help. Your dentist can show you what the end result will look like and how your teeth will shift over time. With the Invisalign treatment, results are not guaranteed, but these aligners are equipped to solve just about every problem, both simple and complex, to do with your bite or crooked teeth.

Contact your dentist if you have more questions about Invisalign. If you’re ready to get measured for your customized aligners, click here to schedule an appointment at Hughes & Hughes Family Dentistry!

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