A beautiful, straight smile is something everybody wants. Straight teeth not only look good, they are also better for your health. Not only are well spaced teeth easier to keep clean, a correct bite can avoid jaw, neck and even back pain. Many people do not want to go through the pain, discomfort and unattractiveness of braces, but they still want straight teeth. That’s where Invisalign can be of help. Invisalign is a virtually invisible way of adjusting teeth alignment, making your smile far straighter. But is it the right option for you? Below are some common teeth problems that may be rectified by Invisalign.
Overcrowded teeth occur when your jaw simply cannot accommodate all your teeth. Overcrowded teeth can look unpleasant as they overlap. They are also at a greater risk of bad health. Overcrowded teeth are difficult to clean and can result in gum disease. Invisalign dentistry can help in many cases of overcrowding, however you will need to speak to your dentist. Some teeth may need to be taken out first.
‘Gappy’ Or Widely Spaced Teeth
Gaps between teeth can be the result of a number of reasons, however they are often unattractive and also a potential health risk. Wide spaces between teeth can lead to some dental diseases that can result in loss of teeth, creating a bigger problem. Wyndham Dental have experience treating widely spaced teeth to create a more attractive, healthier smile.
Incorrect Or Misaligned Bite
A cross bite, over bite or under bite are all misaligned and incorrect bites. These can cause an unattractive appearance, but also greater wear and tear, painful jaw problems and teeth functioning incorrectly. Originally these bite issues could only be solved by braces, but now your Werribee dentist may be able to recommend Invisalign in these cases.
Every Invisalign adjustment is different, so you need to visit your Werribee Dentist to find out if Invisalign is right for you. They will then begin the process of straightening your teeth through Invisalign.
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