Everyone loves a beautiful smile, so much so that we go to great lengths and expense to achieve them. Our smile is often a big part of the first impression we make, making the first impression essential.
Having a great smile is also a self-esteem booster, but beyond the aesthetics and how good it feels to look in the mirror and see a radiant smile, there are health benefits that make that smile much more critical. Having a crooked or misaligned bite, overcrowding of teeth, and an over or underbite can lead to serious oral health problems. Plaque is more likely to accumulate, and bacteria more likely to promote tooth decay, gum disease and other issues. Correcting your bite is no longer a matter of looks but an investment in your oral health and, by extension, your overall well being.
With the benefits of having a corrected bite, it is no wonder that so many people choose to have their teeth fixed. There are several methods, but the one that piles on the benefits is Invisalign. Unlike braces, Invisalign does not rub against your gums, causing bleeding and irritation; it is flexible in that you can take them off for a time and put them back on again and allow you to brush your teeth a lot better than braces could.
With Invisalign, you do not need to place your life on hold for a couple of years, as it happens with braces. In fact, when you get invisalign in Plano, you can take your smile to the next level.
How Long Does it Take?
This depends on your case, every person is different, and while some might just require minor adjustments, other people may have a highly complex case.
Usually, braces take about a year and a half to two years to achieve the desired smile. With Invisalign, you can accomplish this in as little as six months if you have an easy case or as much as 12 months for the more complex cases. In other words, Invisalign takes about half the time to correct your bite than braces do. This, by comparison, is lightning fast.
Imagine cutting in half the time it takes to have the perfect smile by just choosing a different method.With Invisalign in Plano, that is precisely what you would be doing.
Interested in Getting Invisalign in Plano? Contact Dr. David H. Wilhite
There has never been a better time than now to talk to your dentist about Invisalign in Plano, TX. If you are ready to start smiling more and put your teeth problems in the rearview mirror, do not wait. Give us a call now and schedule a consultation to review your case and see if Invisalign is the right course of action for you.
You can reach us any time at 972-964-3774 or by visiting our contact page.