Invisalign Plano — North Texas Orthodontic Assoc. Review

Invisalign and clear braces are a great alternative to traditional metal orthodontics! (972) 867-1222 Plano, TX

Orthodontists answer questions every day from new patients about kinds of clear removable orthodontics that are not noticeable.

Many brands of removable braces might be excellent choices for those non-severe orthodontic cases, or in those patients who don’t need a lot of work to achieve proper alignment. We offer the Invisalign brand of clear braces.

These days, adults and teens alike desire orthodontics that are not visible by others. They want to smile without having others see appliances in their mouth, and now there are a number of sorts of removable braces available that can help to achieve that.

There are significant differences between clear and traditional orthodontics, although there have been notable aesthetic improvements to make some traditional braces options less obvious.

Conventional braces work by fixing metal brackets to the front or back of the teeth and securing metal wires to them, which serves to move the teeth into correct alignment. Special variations of this method might include using tooth-colored or transparent brackets instead of silver ones.

There are various types of adult braces, including Invisalign. These braces work to correct crowding and spacing of less than .5 mm.

As well as doing a great job of aligning teeth without metal appliances, removable braces also have some oral hygiene advantages. Since you can take them out, patients can take out Invisalign when they eat, brush and floss.

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