Three truths about Invisalign

//Three truths about Invisalign

Invisalign Braces in India

Invisalign braces in India have revolutionised the world of dentistry, allowing you to transform your smile comfortably and discreetly. For those of you still undecided about going for an Invisalign treatment, Dr. Priyank Mathur from Smilekraft Dentistry clears a bit of the confusion by providing more details about the modern braces.

Truth One: The Aligners Are Virtually Invisible
“Others won’t notice them in your mouth when they are looking directly at you, that is, they appear invisible for all intents and purposes. Put it this way, Invisalign has been around for some time now. I doubt, however, that you have ever noticed anyone wearing the clear braces? Conversely, I am sure you remember the last person you saw wearing traditional metal braces.”

Truth Two: Treatment Is Not Painful
“The discomfort experienced in the initial days of wearing a new set of aligners may be attributed to the pressure that is needed to realign the teeth. The good news is, you will get used to this feeling – what most of the evaluated patients considered as mild pain – when the teeth begin to shift and conform.”

Truth Three: They Need To Stay On Your Teeth To Work
“Unlike traditional wire-and-bracket type of braces, you can remove your aligner during meal times for eating, brushing and flossing. That means you won’t have to avoid certain types of food or clean with caution for fear of loosening or damaging the braces. However, for optimum results, you will need to keep your aligners on for 22 hours or more per day.

Are you looking for a dentist in India to help you with Invisalign braces? It’s best you do your homework and ask around before you settle on one to provide you with the best solution.

For a dentist in Baner – give us a call on +91 20 69 333 000 to schedule your appointment with Smilekraft Dentistry!

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“While technical and scientific challenges keep me going professionally, its the ‘humane’ aspect of dentistry - the daily interaction with my patients - that I find most rewarding. Not a single moment of dullness, I am proud to have some of the most phobic patients as my friends today. I’d like to wipe out those unhappy childhood memories so many people associate dentists with and transform every dentist visit into a pleasant, enjoyable experience.

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