Braces Vs Invisalign
Straightening one’s teeth can be done by a dental professional in numerous ways. The most preferred treatment these days however are traditional Braces and Invisalign both of which have their own set of advantages and disadvantages. Making a decision on either way can prove to be difficult. Now we will discuss both treatments that can help you in your quest for straightener teeth and the most beautiful smile possible.
When your teeth alignment issues aren’t that bad, you can opt for treatments other than traditional braces. However, you don’t have that kind of choice if you have severally rotated teeth especially when they are bicuspids. Invisalign trays are going to have a hard time gripping on cylindrical or rounded bicuspids without slipping which means they would not be able to move them to make them more aligned. There should be no problems turning such teeth into the proper position with traditional braces that are securely affixed to the tooth and aren’t likely to slip.
Patient compliance is 100% with braces often complain about the fact that they can’t be removed. Since they can’t be taken off, they end up having difficulties cleaning their teeth. These cleaning problems however look small compared to what would happen if braces are removed. If braces can be removed the process of gradually moving teeth to their proper position will be interpreted. Considering the period of time needed to position teeth even a day or two of interruption can impact the overall result of the treatment. Invisalign trays focus much of the pressure on your tooth in the direction of the upper part. Traditional braces on the other hand exert equal pressure on the entire tooth. It pushes the tooth into the right position from top to bottom including the root. Invisalign looks so much better. You can remove Invisalign trays any time you want. You can eat anything with Invisalign. Alignment with traditional braces it is quite troublesome. Food particles often get stuck in the metal. Invisalign is more comfortable than braces of course. Both teeth straightening methods cause a certain amount of discomfort but it depends on you and your dentist. It depends on the aesthetic comfort and cost of the treatment.