Clear tooth aligners are an unobtrusive and removable alternative to traditional metal braces. And while they have various benefits, but these transparent tooth aligners can also be more expensive than the common alternative of metal wires and brackets.
If you are finding yourself over the fence about deciding whether or not to get Invisalign braces, you’ve come to the right place. Read on to find out if Invisalign aligners worth the hefty bill!
Teething or baby tooth eruption occurs when their first set of teeth erupts through the By far the biggest selling point of Invisalign braces is that they are transparent and inconspicuous. With these tooth aligners, you wouldn’t have to worry about flashing a mouth full of metal every time you speak or smile.
Invisalign are also safer options for active individuals and athletes. Unlike brackets and wires of metal braces, Invisalign's do not increase the risk of mouth injuries. They are also softer on your gums.
Another reason why Invisalign is worth the cost is that there are no food restrictions with these removable tooth aligners. In contrast to this, metal braces are permanently attached so they require you to avoid certain food and drinks during the treatment. You can enjoy your gum and hard candy all you want.
Although the treatment time varies from patient to patient, Invisalign braces have a shorter treatment time than other treatments. Since you are given a new set of aligners every few weeks, your orthodontist has more control throughout the process. The 3D technology helps map out your treatment phases so you are sure about your progress at every stage.
While the cost of the treatment is usually the biggest determining factor for your purchase decision, it wouldn’t be fair to base your decision solely on price. Schedule an appointment with Dr. Darian and get all the information you need before making a decision about the right treatment option.
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