[VIDEO] Dentist in Ellerslie | Invisalign For Better Health
- On August 17, 2019
Dentist in Ellerslie | Invisalign For Better Health
Check out our dentist in Ellerslie at the tooth doctor. Dr. Peter Yoo will be glad to give you a free consultation for Invisalign invisible aligners. Invisalign invisible aligners have helped many people achieve a straight beautiful smile.
When Invisalign first started, they couldn’t help people with seriously crooked teeth. But with the advancements in technology, there are very few patients that can’t be helped with Invisalign invisible aligners.
The dentist in Ellerslie at the tooth doctor helps many people achieve a straight beautiful smile. What is Invisalign? Invisalign is a method of straightening teeth using invisible plastic trays that are an exact mould of your teeth that slowly move your teeth into alignment.
Braces, have metal brackets, and wires that push and pull your teeth into alignment. Metal braces are visible and can cause more discomfort to the wearer. Each case is different, but there are many great advantages for using Invisalign.
This is why the tooth doctor, a dentist in Ellerslie, is excited to help patients achieve a straight beautiful smile using Invisalign. Because Dr. Peter Yoo is not an orthodontist, he cannot help people with traditional orthodontic treatments. In the cases that he can’t prescribe Invisalign, he recommends patients to excellent orthodontists in Edmonton.
How Invisalign works is the dentist will take an impression of your teeth. This is an exact replica of your teeth and gums so that the Invisalign company can create a set of moulds based on a replica of your mouth.
The Invisalign company will then use their technology and in-house orthodontic staff to create a set of aligners to straighten your teeth slowly over time. This period of time can be anywhere from a few months to a couple of years depending on your situation.
The best thing to do is to come into the tooth doctor, and one of our expert dentists in Edmonton will be able to do an assessment of your teeth and give you an estimate as to how long it will take for Invisalign to work for you. Our prices start at $6500, which is a very reasonable price in comparison to traditional braces.
Some of the benefits of Invisalign are that they are invisible, their easy to remove and replace, and they move your teeth very slowly and with intentionality.
The benefits of them being invisible are tremendous. Depending on the person, it could be the reason why they decide to get their teeth straightened or not. With traditional braces, they are very visible, and uncomfortable for the wearer. In certain social situations, they can be a source of self-consciousness and some people may avoid social situations altogether.
Being invisible means that they are not very noticeable, and sometimes people won’t even recognize that you’re wearing invisible aligners at all. Another benefit of Invisalign is that they are removable. You can remove them and put them in at your convenience. When you are eating food, you can take your aligners out and eat your food without thinking about it.
With braces however, there are certain foods that you just cannot eat. Things like popcorn, noodles, candy, gum and other foods are simply no longer on the menu.
Dentist in Ellerslie | hygiene is important
The reason our dentist in Ellerslie likes Invisalign invisible aligners is that it’s easier for patients to have great oral hygiene habits.
Dental hygiene is also a big plus to using invisible aligners. Because you can remove Invisalign aligners, you can easily brush and floss your teeth as you normally would. It’s very important that you maintain great dental hygiene habits while you are undergoing Invisalign treatment. This just helps to reinforce healthy oral hygiene habits over the six months or two years that you’re wearing them.
When you’re wearing braces it’s much more difficult to have great oral hygiene. Because there are brackets and wires in the way, flossing between your teeth and making sure that there is no food particles along the gum line, braces are not the superior choice when it comes to maintaining great oral hygiene.
Some people will experience demineralization and discolouration around the brackets. This isn’t something that’s easily fixed or can be treated to put your teeth back to their original state. Teens are typically the ones who have very poor hygiene habits, but they are some of the most common people to get traditional braces.
The great thing about Invisalign invisible aligners is that a general dentist can help you with a treatment plan for Invisalign. It does not take an orthodontist to prescribe Invisalign, therefore any dentist can offer Invisalign. We recommend coming to the tooth doctor, dentist in Ellerslie, because he has a lot of experience helping patients straighten their teeth with Invisalign.
Dr. Peter Yoo, and his helpful staff will provide a free consultation for anybody who is wanting to see if Invisalign is right for them. Not every person is a great candidate for Invisalign, but most people can receive the benefits of Invisalign.
Another great benefit to having Invisalign over traditional braces is that the aligners will not cut your tongue or your lips. Traditional braces can often cause a lot of discomfort for the wearers. There are things like canker sores, cuts to the lips and tongue and other things that don’t make them the optimal choice for teeth straightening.
When you come to see the dentist in Ellerslie, he can let you know right away if you are a great candidate for Invisalign or not. There is no obligation to buy anything. You don’t even have to be a patient of the tooth doctor.
Some people ask how long it takes to straighten teeth with Invisalign. That answer depends on the state of your teeth. It can take anywhere from four months to two years. Each patient’s condition is unique to them. The average time that people use Invisalign is approximately six months.
You will need to wear a retainer to ensure that your teeth stay in that position, but it’s not near the amount of time that you would need to have traditional braces.