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Considering Orthodontics—But You’re Not a Teenager Anymore?

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You may have resigned yourself to living with crooked teeth. After all, you are not a teenager anymore. You have a job. Meetings. Special events. And who wants to do any of those things with a mouth full of metal wires and brackets?

The good news is that you don’t have to. There are options for adult orthodontics that fit well into the adult lifestyle. Invisalign clear braces is a great option for straightening teeth in a shorter amount of time than traditional orthodontics. Invisalign’s clear plastic aligners are so subtle-looking, people will barely notice you are wearing them.

Why not call your Bayside, VIC dentist to find out more about

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Thinking about braces? Why not try Invisalign?

Thinking about braces? Why not try Invisalign?

Invisalign is a clear-aligner treatment which is used as an alternative to braces. It is becoming a lot more popular as it helps patients to reach their goal whilst not being self conscious about their appearance with braces.

Treatment begins with taking x-rays, photographs, bite registration and impressions. This is then followed by the dentist completing an evaluation which includes the patient’s diagnosis and treatment plan. The technicians plan the teeth to the desired location in the mouth with a special program. The amount of aligners needed may vary depending on diagnosis. Each aligner moves teeth .25 to .33 ...

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3 Reasons to Wear Your Retainer following Invisalign Treatment

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We proudly offer Invisalign in our Fairfield dental surgery as an alternative to brackets and wires. Many of our adult and teen patients prefer clear aligners over other types of orthodontic treatment. Retainer use will ensure that your smile stays as perfect as the day you finished your treatment.

#1 Avoid Orthodontic Relapse

When we move teeth, securing them in place will prevent them from drifting toward their original location. When teeth move after orthodontics, the condition is called orthodontic relapse. Many of our patients come to us seeking Invisalign because they failed to wear retainers in the past.

#2 Bone Needs Time to Stabilise

Orthodontic relapse is most likely in the months immediately ...

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Any surgical or invasive procedure carries risks. Before proceeding, you should seek a second opinion from an appropriately qualified health practitioner.