Invisalign® in Sarnia: Comfortable to Wear, Nearly Invisible, Beautiful Results
Most dental ailments are fixable. Whether you need whitening, veneers, or straightening, we have the tools to help you. Dr. Pringle of EdgeWater Dental is a certified Invisalign® provider. Invisalign® straightens teeth using custom-made aligner trays designed specifically for you. The aligner trays are made of smooth, virtually invisible plastic that you wear right over your teeth.
With Invisalign®, you get all the results of traditional braces, but without all the cemented-on brackets and wires – or the irritation that comes with them. You can have a confident, beautiful smile by choosing Invisalign®. Sarnia patients of EdgeWater Dental can also feel safe in the knowledge that they will be working with a certified Invisalign® teeth straightening system provider. While the results (and system) are clear, here are a few other advantages to Invisalign® you may not have considered:
Being able to remove your Invisalign® has many benefits. You will be able to brush and floss your teeth normally to maintain the health of your gums. The freedom to remove your Invisalign® allows you to attend events without worry. Traditional braces can restrict your food options where removable aligners do not. You’ll be able to enjoy your backyard barbeque without fearing corncobs.
Invisalign® lets you enjoy virtually invisible teeth-straightening. You won’t be embarrassed of metal on your teeth when you have Invisalign®.
Monthly appointments to your orthodontist can be difficult when you have a busy schedule. With Invisalign®, office visits are only every four to six weeks and may be combined with other dental appointments. Make time for what’s important in life.
The biggest difference between traditional braces and Invisalign® is the bulk. Traditional braces are made of sharp metal that can irritate cheeks and gums. They also restrict your oral hygiene routine considerably. Invisalign® is made of smooth, comfortable plastic that stays in and comes out as you please. Change doesn’t have to be uncomfortable.