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4 Reasons To Start Invisalign This Spring! [BLOG]

Invisalign San Antonio, TX | Cosmetic Dental Associates

If you’ve spent even a moment feeling insecure about your crooked or gapped teeth, you’re exactly where you need to be today!

You’re going to learn about Invisalign at Cosmetic Dental Associates, and why adults who’ve put off orthodontic treatment for far too long finally come to our expert cosmetic San Antonio, TX dentist, Dr. Moore, to make a change!

Here’s Why You Should Start Invisalign Now!

Invisalign is a modern alternative to traditional braces. Instead of bonding metal brackets to your teeth and pulling them into proper position with periodic tightening of attached wires, Invisalign is a customized series of mouth trays that straighten your smile gently, comfortably, and effectively!

Here are just four reasons we think you should begin Invisalign treatment in San Antonio, TX now:

*Keep Up Appearances*

Adults love Invisalign because it allows them to get the smile they want without sacrificing their appearance while they’re doing it.

Wearing dark metal brackets and wires isn’t the end of the world, but let’s be honest, it’s a little embarrassing to have to look like a preteen while giving professional presentations to colleagues and potential clients, right?

Invisalign uses clear plastic trays that fit over your upper and lower teeth, so your orthodontic treatment is nearly invisible!

You get to keep up appearances while improving your appearance!

*Maintain Your Lifestyle Over The Next Year*

Over the next year as you undergo Invisalign therapy, you’ll be able to also maintain your lifestyle more easily than if you wore standard braces.

Instead of brackets being bonded to your teeth, Invisalign trays are removable. You wear them for about 22 hours a day, but you’re able to take them out when it’s time to eat, brush, and floss. You won’t need to make any changes to your usual routine, which is far more convenient than wearing braces and spending more time in front of the mirror picking food out of your brackets, wires, and from between your teeth.

*Stay Comfortable During Treatment*

With traditional brackets and wires, you can expect to experience a little bit of discomfort throughout your treatment. Not only is your mouth sore for a few days each time you get your braces tightened, but sometimes, you may even feel painful sharp, poking wires digging into the insides of your cheeks or lips.

The smooth plastic aligners you wear with Invisalign use gentler pressure to move your teeth and also feel comfortable inside your mouth!

*By Next Spring, You’ll LOVE Your Smile*

One of the most significant differences between Invisalign and standard braces is time.

Usually, you can expect to wear braces anywhere from 18-24 months. That’s not forever, of course, but why wait two more years for a straight smile if you don’t have to?

Invisalign is designed to move your teeth into the right position in roughly twelve months, or even less time than that in some cases!

You’ll switch to the new set of aligners in your customized series every couple of weeks until treatment is complete. If you start now, you could be looking at your new, straight smile by next spring!

Schedule A Consultation!

Have you waited long enough to love the way you look?

If you’ve waited at all, then we say YES!

Begin your smile transformation by starting Invisalign treatment now so that by next spring, you’ll have the straight, healthy, beautiful smile you’ve always wanted.

To schedule your orthodontic consultation with Dr. Moore in San Antonio, TX, call Cosmetic Dental Associates at 210-951-4444 or fill out our online form.

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