You only have to look at before-and-after photos on the internet to see what a big impact straightening the teeth can have on someone’s look. What you cannot see from photographs is the improvement to self-confidence that occurs as well. At Simply Teeth, this is what we want patients to experience, and we do not think you should have to wait for that until after the work has been done if you do not have to. Patients are enjoying the benefits of Invisalign, could you be one of them?
Patients Are Enjoying The Benefits Of Invisalign
Making the decision to have your teeth straightened is a powerful one and will give you a boost straight away. After that, if you can get braces that do not compromise your look, you can ride the wave of that boost all the way through your treatment to the end.
When you visit Simply Teeth, we will go through all your options with you at our clinic in Essex. Invisalign is one of those options. This is an innovative realignment system that helps you to look good during treatment. Many people around you will never even know that you are having your teeth straightened unless you choose to tell them. This is because Invisalign aligners are clear and fit over the teeth so they are hard to see.
What is the process for getting Invisalign in Essex?
After a consultation with one of our practitioners, you will decide which option you want to take for straightening your teeth and, for Invisalign, what happens next is detailed below.
The first thing your dentist will do is take an impression of your teeth at our clinic in Essex. Invisalign aligners are custom-made for each person and reflect the specific journey your teeth will take from their original positions to the new ones.
You will get a number of trays to take home with you. The exact number depends on the work you are having done. You will change the aligners yourself after wearing each one for an average of two weeks. Your dentist will advise you if there is a particular one or two that you need to wear for longer. During this time, you will visit your dentist regularly for check-ups but these appointments are likely to be brief.