Invisalign works for most straightening cases. Outside of the desire for a straighter smile, other specific examples of effective uses of Invisalign are:
Gapped Teeth – Gapped teeth and missing teeth can cause shifting to occur. In both mild and complex cases this can lead to further complications.
Overbite – Overbites are when the top teeth protrude over the bottom and can be painful experiences on the jaw and joints. They potentially can lead to other problems with the gums.
Underbite – This is when the lower teeth protrude past the top teeth and can also be painful. Underbites sometimes are caused by missing teeth- as with missing teeth much shifting inside the mouth happens. It can also be from overgrowth of lower jaw, undergrowth of the upper jaw and/or possibility of both.
Open Bites – Another bite that can be uncomfortable. Open bites occur when some teeth do not meet with opposing teeth. Can be painful to eat, cause speech impairments and TMJ.
Speech Impairments – Can come of a few different positioning of bites. Your pronunciation is greatly impacted by the position of your teeth. Invisalign offers an easier and (braces free) version of correcting more than an aesthetic appeal, but rather help you in the way you interact.
Overcrowding – Having too many teeth can put a lot of stress on the upper and lower jaw and as the teeth shift it may cause irritation to your gums, and become painful.
Having a combination of neck and jaw pain can be in result of pressure from the teeth inside your mouth. If you are looking for straighter teeth or to correct crooked teeth, Invisalign is a great option that can bring much relief.
Having straight teeth can help when cleaning, brushing, and flossing as it allows it to be easier. Eating better, means better digestion. Having straighter teeth can help in many ways for all body wellness. Not only will your cleanings at home be more efficient but visits with the dentist to get a deep cleaning will be quicker for you too. We know, we know, you love the routinely cleanings with the dentist. Invisalign can make a huge difference in better teeth, and we know Invisalign so let us help you today.