Getting your teeth straightened isn’t just for teenagers anymore. Like many adults, you have probably wanted to straighten your teeth. Straightening your teeth as an adult may seem to be an impossible dream, and you’ve got a long list of reasons why you can’t do it.
“I don’t want metal braces at my age.” With Invisalign, you don’t wear metal braces. Instead, your teeth are straightened by wearing a series of virtually invisible plastic aligners. Almost no one can tell you’ve got the aligners on (unless you tell them).
“It’ll be too much trouble.” Treatment with Invisalign is easy. You’ll receive a series of clear aligners, which you’ll wear for about two weeks at a time. You wear them all the time, except when you’re eating, drinking anything but water, brushing, and flossing.
“It’ll take too long.” We can’t tell you exactly how long treatment will take. But Invisalign treatment takes, on average, about one year.
“It’ll be too expensive.” Invisalign treatment is often similar in cost to traditional braces. In addition, if you have orthodontic coverage, Invisalign is often covered to the same extent as traditional braces. We also offer a variety of affordable payment plans. Our office will be happy to work with you on all of the insurance and financial details.
Be one of our many patients treated in our Uxbridge office who are enjoying their new straight smiles. Call Maplebrook Dental today at 1-844-265-3631. for a complimentary smile consultation.
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When left untreated, crooked teeth can often lead to periodontal disease and premature wear on your enamel. Periodontal disease may also increase the risk of cardiovascular disease and other illnesses.
Straighter teeth and a proper bite can help you avoid these negative effects on your health. A beautiful smile is not the only benefit of having straighter teeth. Did you know that properly aligned teeth can also affect your overall health?
(Reference by www.invisalign.com)