Invisalign technique to correct smile unseen

Written by: Sara Gil Cáceres
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What is Invisalign technique?

Invisalign is the new orthodontics, but it was the future has become the present. According to specialists in dentistry , this technique allows us to perfectly align the mouths of our patients and thereby be able to get a beautiful smile in a comfortable and painless way.

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The Invisalign technique involves using a series of clear braces or aligners that slowly shifting your teeth until you reach the desired result. These splints have to be worn 22 hours a day, retiring after every meal to cleanse perfectly. This overcomes one of the major drawbacks of traditional braces because we can make a pretty normal diet.

The duration of the invisible orthodontics depends on the initial condition of the patient, and can range from 3 months to 24 and 36 months. Usually it applied in adolescents and adults, and whenever there is malocclusion, we can correct it with this treatment.

 

Do the results of the Invisalign technique are permanent?

The Invisalign technique achieves permanent results, but at the end of treatment should follow up so that the teeth are not continually move, natural action of these. Should not be used resellers achieved may be lost smile slightly but never reach the initial state prior to treatment.

 

What advantages does the Invisalign technique over other techniques?

The Invisalign technique offers comfort, predictability and aesthetics, features that do not have other techniques. The splint can be removed for eating and brushing teeth. Moreover, being transparent achieves maximum aesthetic because it looks. On the other hand, before starting treatment you can know the final result with a computer simulation or clin-check.

*Translated with Google translator. We apologize for any imperfection

By Sara Gil Cáceres
Odonthology

*Translated with Google translator. We apologize for any imperfection

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