Achieving a straighter and healthier smile is easy, especially if you know where to go. If you are looking to improve your smile, health wise or cosmetically, you will need to see an orthodontist. If you happen to be interested in getting braces, no matter what the reason, you can see one of our orthodontists here at Contemporary General Dentistry. During your preliminary evaluation, we can determine what your specific needs are and whether you happen to be eligible for particular types of treatment, including Hartford Invisalign
Invisible braces or Invisalign are incredibly popular. They tend to be more popular with older patients and those who are more interested in improving the appearance of their smile over any other health related reasons. It's obvious why invisible braces are popular. They can help you straighten your teeth and improve your smile aesthetically without anyone even knowing that you're wearing braces at all. But how does Hartford Invisalign work? We here at Contemporary General Dentistry can tell you all about how invisible braces operate, how they can improve your smile, and what some of their benefits are. Instead of using brackets and wires, invisible braces use plastic trays that are molded to fit over a patient's teeth. Generally, one tray will be created for each row of teeth. A new set of trays will be created about once every two weeks to help keep the teeth are moving. These trays can also easily be removed, making maintenance a breeze. You won't have to worry about getting food court and your braces or having to adjust your oral hygiene regimen. Taking care of invisible braces is easy, plus they are a subtle in appearance as possible.
Invisible braces can help you achieve the smile you've always wanted, plus no one even has to know that you're undergoing orthodontic treatment. If you happen to be interested in improving your smile by straightening your teeth, feel free to call us here at Contemporary General Dentistry to learn more about Hartford Invisalign
By Contemporary General Dentistry
March 30, 2017