Healthy teeth with Invisalign

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If you have crooked teeth not only does it affect the appearance of your smile, but it also means that you are more prone to developing dental health complications. Misaligned teeth provide excellent nooks and crannies for bacteria to flourish and food particles to linger in even after you brush your teeth. Speak to your dentist sooner rather than later to improve the appearance of your smile and also promote better dental health for the rest of your life.

Benefits of teeth straightening

It is recommended that when teenagers have all their adult teeth, if there are misalignment issues which most often there are, they undergo orthodontic treatment as soon as possible to create a neatly aligned smile. This is aesthetically pleasing, but it also means that you can look after your teeth more efficiently, reducing the chances of plaque and tartar developing on your teeth. If your teeth are crooked and wonky then you will have more plaque and tartar than those with straight, neatly aligned teeth. Plaque and tartar are the main causes of tooth decay and gum disease. If you visit the dentist on a regular basis and undergo teeth straightening you can prevent these issues and smile happily and confidently for the future.


One of the best means of teeth straightening is Invisalign Sydney. This method allows you to straighten your teeth without drawing unwanted attention to your mouth. This is because it is different from traditional orthodontic braces. Rather Invisalign works using clear thermoplastic aligners which are designed to be almost invisible in the mouth. They are produced using the latest in digital dental technology and will fit your teeth with accuracy and precision. The system works by applying gradual pressure to your teeth to push them into a neater formation addressing any misalignment issues that affect their appearance and health.

Invisalign can be used for teenagers and adults of all ages to improve the appearance and health of their teeth. Teeth straightening reduces the amount of plaque and tartar that build up on your teeth. This means it reduces the chances of developing tooth decay and gum disease. Tooth decay can cause irreversible damage to your teeth. This requires extensive treatment and if left untreated it can result in tooth loss. Straightening your teeth can help prevent this. Gum disease can also be prevented by Invisalign. If left untreated gum disease can progress and cause irreversible effects resulting in tooth loss. By straightening your teeth, they become easier to brush and floss, there are less nooks and crannies for food particles or bacteria to remain in the mouth and therefore your teeth stay clean, your gums will be strong, your breath will be fresh and you will be able to enjoy good dental health for life. Speak to your dentist today and find out more about straightening your teeth with Invisalign and how it can help you. Your dentist will carry out an examination of your teeth and gums and put together an individually tailored treatment plan for you.

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