Find out if you are a good candidate for these practically invisible braces.
With the New Year in full swing, you’ve probably been thinking about ways to revamp your smile. If you want to get a straighter, healthier smile for 2016 then it’s time you started. Braces are certainly not what they used to be and now your St. Charles, IL dentist Dr. John M. Isbrandt can offer patients a virtually invisible way get the smile they want.
Consider this a helpful self-assessment to see if you should take the next step and get Invisalign in St. Charles:
Q. Are you an adult or teen?
Q. Are you looking for a more subtle way to straighten your smile?
Q. Will you be dedicated to your orthodontic treatment?
Q. Do you have dental insurance or a health savings account?
Q. Are you looking to achieve one of these smile corrections with Invisalign?
- Fix an overbite
- Fix an underbite
- Fix an open bite
- Fix a crossbite
- Fix gaps between teeth
- Fix overcrowding
- Get a straighter smile altogether
If you answered yes to most or all of these questions then Invisalign may be the right choice for you. Invisalign is made up of a series of customized clear aligners that are designed to strategically move teeth a specific amount, as predetermined by your St. Charles general dentist.
Invisalign offers some wonderful benefits for both teens and adults looking to achieve a straighter smile but without other people seeing their braces. The customized thermoplastic also makes these aligners more comfortable than traditional metal braces.
While you’ll have dietary restrictions and changes to your oral care routine with traditional braces you won’t have any of these issues with Invisalign. Just remove your aligners before brushing or eating, rinse them out and put them back in. It’s that simple.
If you are ready for a new smile this year then it’s time to find out if Invisalign is the best option for your smile goals. Call our St. Charles dental office today to schedule your next appointment and let us know you are interested in getting Invisalign.