Invisalign Invisible Braces
Properly aligned teeth contribute to maintaining healthy teeth and gums, and can help prevent more serious health problems from arising.
Am I a Candidate?
Take a few moments to look at these examples of the cases commonly addressed with Invisalign invisible braces. If one closely matches your own smile, you may be a good candidate!
Too much space between teeth. An esthetic problem that can also compromise the effectiveness of chewing.
Not enough spacing between teeth; teeth overlap. Can make it hard to brush and floss, thus leading to tooth decay and gum disease.
Teeth are turned clockwise or counterclockwise. Can make proper oral hygiene difficult and may lead to tooth decay.
Teeth off center; center of upper and lower teeth are not aligned. Can be an indication of improper bite, which may lead to pain and further issues.
Teeth tip outward or inward; teeth tilt at an angle, or lean forward or backward. Can cause other teeth to shift, creating crowding (see above) and an improper bite.