5 Reasons you Should Invest In Invisalign

  • By Nasheel Soni
  • 16 Aug, 2017

A smile can paint a thousand words.

When you first meet someone your smile is the very first thing they will take in about you, the very first thing they will notice, so it’s important to have a bright beaming smile to reflect your equally bright and beaming personality.

Sadly, for some of us, that’s not such an easy-to-do thing. Some people suffer from misaligned teeth through no fault of their own, and begin to feel self-conscious about smiling. Thankfully though, there is a solution.

If you find yourself getting all shy about your crooked teeth, then check out this list of five reasons to invest in Invisalign – an alternative sort of solution rather than going with traditional braces.

It Can Prolong Your Health

Straighter Teeth Can Lead to a Healthier Life. Image Source: picserver.org

Sure, having a nice smile is all fine and dandy, but being alive and healthy enough to show one is considerably more important.

As well as a straighter set of pearly whites, Invisalign brings with it numerous other benefits too. With these straighter teeth, they’re much easier to clean, and the easier that task is, the lower your chances of developing gum disease , and perhaps more importantly, the heart issues that can come with it.

Helps You To Avoid The Typical Bullying

How can people bully what they can’t see?

Although it is highly childish, and remarkably inconsiderate, the truth of the matter is that people with braces are for some reason bullied about it, more particularly in the earlier stages of life, during high school and such.

Or maybe you have an important event coming up – dinner with your boyfriend’s parents or a wedding – and don’t want braces for it. Either way, Invisalign has the solution. Its discreet, almost undetectable transparent wires and brackets will straighten your teeth just as effectively as traditional braces would, only perhaps with half the embarrassment.

They Are Removable

Unlike Traditional Braces, the Invisalign Mouthpiece Can be Removed. Image Source: Flickr

Unlike its traditional cousin, with Invisalign you actually have the option to remove your braces should you need the break. This can come in incredibly handy, when you consider how awkward eating certain foods can be when wearing the dreaded wires.

Aside from tasks such as eating, removing your braces could come in beneficial in other aspects too, such as when you have an important event coming up like a presentation at work or a job interview – tasks in which you’d need to speak as clearly as you can. And also in your dental hygiene regime, so you can avoid leaving yourself with stained teeth once your treatment is over.

It Saves You Time And Money

I know what you’re thinking… ‘But with something this spectacular, it’s not going to be cheap.’

But in actuality, Invisalign is probably a lot cheaper than you’d expect. That is because nowadays, a lot of insurance policies with orthodontic care actually cover Invisalign too.

And let’s not forget the saving time part. With Invisalign, you won’t have to go in for as many check-ups as with regular braces, and this means you have more free time to spend at your leisure, and don’t have to make a huge fuss about scheduling appointments around your life schedule.

More Comfortable

Invisalign is Much More Comfortable than Traditional Braces. Image Source: Wikimedia

Invisalign clear braces are constructed using soft plastic trays – a huge relief for your teeth in comparison to traditional metal braces. One of the main issues caused by traditional braces is little cuts and grazes on the soft flesh on the inside of your cheeks, where the braces sometimes snag tearing the tender tissue.

Also, with Invisalign, you don’t have to shudder with fear at the thought of the embarrassment that will surely ensue if you somehow manage to set off the bleepers in airport security!

An Overall Healthier, Smarter Option

And there you have it, your list of reasons as to why Invisalign is the device you should opt for. If it turns out you need to straighten those teeth of yours, you need fret no longer. Invisalign has you covered and no one will even know!

Now go on, go seek your treatment and show the world that wonderful smile of yours!

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