Invisalign® Teeth Straightening FAQs

Invisalign Tucson, AZ

Deciding which teeth straightening option is right for you? Invisalign clear aligners continue to be a popular straightening option, as this choice comes with a number of benefits. Some of the more exciting include that the aligners are barely visible when being worn, they can be taken out when eating and drinking and they tend to work faster than the traditional straightening method of using braces.

Invisalign tends to be a faster option

Wondering how long it takes to straighten teeth using Invisalign clear aligners? Most people who decide this straightening option is right for them can expect to have straighter teeth in somewhere between 12 and 18 months. While this an average amount of time most people can expect to wear Invisalign clear aligners, some may need to wear them for a longer period of time, and some will need to wear them for a shorter period of time. The reason why this option tends to work faster is because it uses technological dental advances that support faster movement of teeth.

Invisalign teeth straightening FAQS

Below are some of the more frequently asked questions people have about the Invisalign clear aligner teeth straightening system.

Are Invisalign clear aligners comfortable?

The fact that the clear aligners are made using a soft and safe plastic means that wearers can expect the aligners to be more comfortable to wear when compared to traditional braces. Invisalign aligners contain no brackets or wires that are known to cause sore spots from time to time. Any discomfort experienced is going to be most likely experienced when a new set of aligners are first placed in one’s mouth.

Can I eat with my Invisalign on?

Eating with clear aligners in one’s mouth is not recommend. It is possible to stain the aligners, as well as damage them from the process of chewing food. Instead, the aligners can easily be removed when eating. This makes it easier to brush and floss the teeth after eating and easier to clean the aligners, too.

Is it easy to care for Invisalign clear aligners?

Yes, it is easy to care for clear aligners: another reason why this teeth straightening option continues to be popular. The aligners need to be kept clean, which means they will be free of both smells and germs. General care instructions include rinsing them every time they are removed from the mouth, gently brushing them and using a clear antibacterial soap to keep them bacteria-free.

Do you need more answers?

Have more questions about how the Invisalign clear aligner system works? If you do, please write them all down and bring them with you to your consultation appointment., Just let us know when is a good time for you to come to our office and we will get you scheduled in. Understand that the sooner you get started, the sooner you can experience the benefits of having straight teeth.

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