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Why Invisalign Is Better Than Braces

Dental braces have long been used as a way of straightening the alignment of the teeth with the use of metal, or sometimes ceramic, brackets and wires in order to pressure the teeth in the right contour. Just when we thought it was the only solution to straighten our crooked teeth, Invisalign in Brighton comes with the same result but with a more promising experience.

Which is removable?

It is the dilemma of every person with braces to deal with their dental device until the next appointment with the dentist. Since the user is not able to remove his or her braces that easily, more so by himself, it is a great relief for people with dental problems to use the new Invisalign. The device, which is made of clear, plastic material, can easily be removed anytime.

No more stuck food

One pesky complaint by every user of braces is that they cannot enjoy their food fully to avoid food particles from getting stuck around the dental wires. However, Invisalign lets you eat your food in peace and comfort as there will be no wires to trap your food in your teeth. You cannot only get rid of this annoying problem; you can also prevent tooth decay since you can just remove the Invisalign device and brush your teeth well after a meal. Say hello to popcorn again!

Appearance

You wouldn’t have to worry about looking all geeky with those braces in your mouth. There may be braces that use clear material, but it cannot be denied that braces cannot be completely invisible. Since the Invisalign uses clear plastic, it would look as natural as having no dental device at all. You wouldn’t have any problem flaunting that smile anytime.

To know more about the benefits of Invisalign, book an appointment with Dr. Nazila Bidabadi today. Contact us at 617-782-9250 in our Brighton office or at 617-332-8146 in our Newton office.

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