Interested in Invisalign in Manassas? Read This First!
Invisalign is a virtually invisible method to straighten teeth, achieving the smile you have always wanted. Using a sophisticated 3D computer technology, Invisalign in Manassas allows you to represent your entire treatment plan, from the advice of your orthodontist. This starts from the initial position of your teeth to their desired final position. Then a series of transparent aligners are custom-made for your teeth.
Each line must be worn for about two weeks before being replaced by the next set in the series. This is done so until your teeth have reached their final position. The duration of your treatment is determined by your orthodontist, depending on specific needs. These aligners are virtually transparent. No one will notice you are wearing them, which allows them to never interfere with your daily activities, nor your social life, in any way.
Invisalign is removable. Unlike fixed traditional braces, you can drink and eat whatever you desire during treatment. All you have to do is remove the aligners. You can remove them to brush your teeth, as well. This is vital to maintain oral hygiene and fresh breath. These devices are comfortable and, unlike traditional fixed braces, Invisalign in Manassas has no bracket or wires that may cause irritation. It also means you spend less time with your dentist when making adjustments. Finally, you can view a virtual image of the outcome before it begins.
Practitioners have successfully used removable devices for years. But thanks to 3D Align Technology, and custom manufacturing on a large scale, the Invisalign system can be used to treat virtually all patients who wish to straighten their teeth. While these devices can be used by all practitioners, it requires specific training. All practitioners who wish to offer Invisalign to their patients should be trained with Invisalign before treating patients. More than 58,000 practitioners worldwide are already Invisalign providers.
Clear aligners move the teeth with precision and controlled movements. Unlike traditional braces, Invisalign not only controls the movement, but also its speed. At each stage, only certain teeth can move, as specified by the orthodontist’s treatment plan. This allows exerting forces effectively to move the teeth to the desired target position.