Invisalign and Braces

“I DON’T SMILE IN PHOTOS”

“I HAVE ALWAYS HATED MY TEETH”

Confidence

Confidence is one of the most important attributes in successful people.

At school, kids who are most confident in sports are selected for school team and children who are confident in performing joins the school theatre production.

When job seeking, having a winning smile can make a lasting first impression during job interview. Insecurities about your teeth during job interviews may be interpreted as lack of confidence and interpersonal skills crucial to successful business meetings.

In life, a person with healthy and straight teeth are more likely to be viewed as happy, fun and someone who looks after themselves. Research shows it is much easier to score a first date on a dating site with straight teeth and then a second date after.

Health

Keeping your teeth and gum clean is so much easier when you have straight teeth! Crowded and crooked teeth traps bacteria, causing cavities/tooth decay, gum disease and bad breath.

Bite problems can cause damage to teeth, including: worn down teeth, broken teeth and fillings, nerve damage, headaches, jaw pains and even split tooth.

How can I straighten my teeth?

 

What can Braces fix?

Braces can give you the straight and healthy smile you desire by using wires and brackets to naturally move teeth into the right position. It is especially effective to treat complex alignment and bite issues

Overcrowding:
Overlapping and crooked teeth due to lack of space.
This is the main reason people often seek straightening!
Increases bacteria trapping and difficult to clean.

Over Crowding
Over Crowding

Overjet:
When the top teeth are too far in front of the lower teeth.
Bottom lip sometimes get caught under front teeth. Higher risk of teeth wearing down, jaw pain, headaches and breathing problems.

Overjet
Overjet

Overbite:
Upper teeth overlap the bottom teeth.
Bottom teeth sometimes bites into the gums above.
Teeth will wear down quicker, face will look shorter and older.

Overbite
Overbite

Crossbite:
Top jaw too narrow to match the bottom jaw properly.
Smile looks very narrow and unconfident.
Causes lots of uneven teeth wear, jaw joint issues from being loaded unevenly.

Crossbite
Crossbite

Anterior crossbite or Underbite:
Lower front teeth further forward than upper one.
Could involve single tooth (anterior crossbite) or even the whole jaw (underbite).
Unable to bite through foods with front teeth.

Anterior crossbite or Underbite
Anterior crossbite or Underbite

Spacing:
Gaps between many teeth.
Teeth often looking very small.

Spacing
Spacing

Diastema:
Gap between the two upper front teeth.
Some people love it, some people hate it.
Famously seen on Madonna and Lara Stone.

Diastema
Diastema

Impacted tooth:
Teeth which are unable to erupt properly.
Due to either teeth coming through on too much of an angle, or not enough space for teeth to fit.

Impacted tooth
Impacted tooth

Missing tooth:
Gaps in the smile where teeth are missing.
Teeth may not have grown in the first place, or were lost due to trauma/damage.

Openbite
Openbite

Openbite:
Upper teeth do not meet the lower teeth.
Could be due to thumb sucking, tongue thrusting.

open-bite-
Frequently Asked Questions

FAQ

While result speed varies between patients, some patients may begin to notice a subtle difference within 10 to 12 weeks.

Most orthodontists advise patients to wear the aligners for at least 22 hours each day.

While traditional metal braces require somewhere between 18 and 24 months, the average length of treatment with Invisalign is 12 months.

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