One of the biggest complaints about braces is that food particles may get stuck in them. With Invisalign, patients are free to remove the aligners when they eat, drink, and even when they brush their teeth.
Toronto, ON (PRWEB) May 30, 2014
This special summer deal will allow those in need of braces to take advantage of this alternative, which is much less noticeable, has a shorter treatment time, and has much less discomfort than traditional metal braces. The usual price for Invisalign braces can be as much as $3,000.
The Invisalign braces differ from traditional metal braces in a number of different ways. The biggest change isn’t that they’re almost invisible (they are) but that they are removable. Instead of having the metal wires attached to their teeth, patients instead are given a series of clear, removable aligners. These aligners are each subtly different, so that each one in the series moves the teeth a little more. Patients move through the series of Invisalign aligners sequentially, changing them out about once every two weeks. Every set is custom made for the patient since every mouth is different.
One of the biggest complaints about braces is that food particles may get stuck in them. With Invisalign, patients are free to remove the aligners when they eat, drink, and even when they brush their teeth. This also removes the issue of discomfort. The aligners can be removed at any time and cleaned or adjusted. Many patients report forgetting that they’re even wearing the Invisalign aligners. While they can be removed as often as one wants, the professionals at Studio B Dental recommend patients wear their aligners for a minimum of 20 hours a day. Anything less may increase the overall time it takes for a patient’s teeth to shift into their proper place.
Before being fitted for Invisalign, patients will have a number of x-rays and impressions of their mouths taken. This allows the Studio B Dental team to accurately create a treatment plan and make the custom-made aligners. Patients will also watch a video presentation outlining how Invisalign works and discussing everything they will need to do to straighten their teeth. Once they begin wearing the aligners, patients will meet with one of the dentists at Studio B Dental to discuss their progress. Most patients have appointments every six weeks, but some may need to meet with their dentist more often. Once finished with the final aligner, most patients have a cosmetic polishing and receive a set of clear retainers to keep their teeth in position.
The cost of Invisalign has prevented a number of patients from taking advantage of this alternative, but this lower price point will change that. By dropping upwards of $1000 off the total, Dr. Botbol and his team at Studio B Dental have made this comfortable, effective treatment an option for many more patients.
About Studio B Dental:
Studio B Dental was founded by Dr. Charles Botbol, a Toronto dentist with almost 20 years of experience. Dr. Botbol and his team offer a number of dental solutions, including dental implants, all-on-four implants, and cosmetic dentistry. Learn more at http://www.studiobdental.ca or by calling 416.800.2542.