What’s The Best Way To Straighten Adult Teeth?

Have you been considering making a change to your smile? I always encourage my patients to be honest about the changes they would like to see with their smile when they visit the office and I can make recommendations on a treatment option that would best benefit their needs and desires. For example, if you have been wanting to take the leap and straighten your teeth but are concerned about wearing traditional metal braces as an adult, I have the perfect orthodontic treat for you to consider? Read on to learn more about this popular treatment.

Change Can Be Good!

Would you love to make a change to your smile but have been hesitant to follow through? It can be difficult for many people to accept change, even when it is something they would love to see, such as a beautiful smile. Making changes to your smile can improve not only the appearance, but can also improve the function of your bite and your oral health. There are numerous benefits to making needed and desired changes to your teeth. Continue reading to learn more about these benefits as well as treatments that we may suggest to get the smile of your dreams.

You’re Never Too Old To Get A Beautiful Smile

Are you unhappy with the appearance of your teeth and would love to straighten your teeth but feel your age is holding you back? Due to movies, television, and social stereotypes, many adults feel that braces are only for teenagers, and once you reach a certain age you won’t benefit from orthodontic treatment. We are here to tell you that everyone at any age can benefit from straightening their teeth. Orthodontic treatment has improved greatly over the years. There are numerous options available that can benefit any lifestyle and budget. Continue reading to learn more about these options.

How Invisalign Can Work for You

If you would like straighter teeth but are hesitant of metal braces, consider Invisalign as an alternative. Invisalign uses clear aligners that are changed out on a weekly or bi-weekly basis to help with dental issues such as overcrowding, overbites, crossbites, and gaps between teeth.

Besides the desire for a more aesthetically pleasing smile, your dental health is also affected by issues such as gapped and crowded teeth. For example, gapped teeth can leave your gums vulnerable to periodontal disease and crowded teeth make it difficult to floss between teeth, leading to plaque buildup.