Why Do Straight Teeth Really Matter?

Partial invisalign clear alignerWhen someone smiles, one of the first things people often notice is the teeth. If teeth are out of alignment even a little bit, it is often noticeable. Though teeth tend to come in at different angles, this does not always mean they require dental intervention. So, do straight teeth even really matter? While there is nothing wrong with a slightly crooked tooth here and there, you may still benefit from Invisalign® in Alpharetta, GA, and Sandy Springs, GA, an aligner orthodontic solution.

Personal Benefits

Straightening your teeth offers several personal benefits:

  • Confidence in your smile
  • Easier time speaking and eating
  • Fuller shape to your face
  • Access to more of your teeth for better brushing and flossing

How Invisalign® Aligner Treatment Works

Aligners are specially molded trays that fit over your teeth and move them into better alignment over time. Treatment typically lasts over a year, and you go through a whole set of aligners during that time. The number of aligners you use depends on the length of treatment. You move to a new aligner as your teeth shift into place. Aligners must be worn for at least 22 hours each day and can only be removed for eating and cleaning your teeth.

Invisalign® Advantages

There are many advantages to using Invisalign®. The aligners are clear, so they are hardly noticeable to anyone who does not know you are wearing them. You do not have any food restrictions because you can remove the aligners whenever you eat. Keeping your teeth clean is also a breeze because you remove the aligners to brush and floss. Just keep them on for the rest of the day and night, and your teeth will be straighter by the end of the orthodontic treatment.

Learn More Today

While aligners are a convenient option for straightening your teeth, you should consult with Dr. Dan Myers at The Dentist Centers with offices in Alpharetta, GA and Sandy Springs, GA to make sure this type of treatment is right for you. If crooked teeth are interfering with your daily life and oral function, then straightening them definitely matters. Contact our office today to learn more.