Invisalign is a set of clear aligners systems that gradually shift the teeth into proper alignment. Invisalign can be an ideal solution for patients with crooked teeth. Invisalign is a discreet, practical solution for patients who want to straighten teeth without the help of traditional braces. Cosmetic dentist Dr. Suman Chibb is an Owings Mills Invisalign provider. During your visit to Owings Mills Dental Care, Dr. Chibb will examine your smile and determine if Invisalign is right for you. Schedule a consultation with our Owings Mills dental office.
Correcting Crooked Teeth
Finding a solution for crooked teeth is beneficial for more than just cosmetic dentistry reasons. Crooked teeth can inhibit your ability to clean your teeth effectively. When the teeth are crooked, it is difficult to reach certain spots in the mouth. If the teeth are not properly cleaned, it can lead to plaque buildup which may cause tooth decay or dental caries. In advanced cases, poor oral hygiene may lead to the development of gum disease. Correcting crooked teeth can drastically improve your oral health and minimize your risk of developing advanced dental issues.
Invisalign To Treat Crooked Teeth
Invisalign offers a range of benefits for patients looking to correct crooked or misaligned teeth. Invisalign is convenient, discreet, and comfortable. Unlike metal braces, Invisalign uses hard, soft plastic that doesn’t irritate your gums or teeth. Patients can also enjoy the benefit of removing their aligners to eat and perform their daily oral hygiene routine. Patients won’t need to worry about any food restrictions due to their orthodontic treatment. Most people won’t even realize you’re wearing Invisalign, so your treatment will be a discreet, effective solution for your crooked teeth.
About Your Treatment:
- Patients will change their aligner about every two weeks.
- Patients can remove their aligners to eat, brush, and floss.
- Dr. Chibb will schedule additional visits throughout your treatment to check your progress.
- The length of your treatment depends on the severity of your specific case.