Visit an Invisalign® Dentist to Improve Your Smile This Summer

Posted on: May 24, 2016

Invisalign DentistAs an Invisalign dentist, we can begin to straighten your teeth before you head out for your summer vacation. Visit us to find out why thousands of people are making this the summer of transformation. We already associate summer with fun things. From beach parties to barbecues with family, and even the annual office picnic, the summer is full of fun, frolic, and family. For many families, the summer is a time to get away. In fact, over 88% of families, that take a vacation, pack up to head out of town this time of the year. Whether you are going to be visiting friends and family, traveling to parts unknown, or just enjoying the socializing in your own neighborhood, one this is certain. For millions of Americans, the summer can also be extremely stressful. This is because they, and maybe you, suffer from a condition known as malocclusion – crooked teeth. With this condition people lose their confidence in their smile and hence tend to be more conscious about smiling for family selfies. Unfortunately, smiling is not really an option. It is guaranteed that there are going to be people with camera phones, looking for their perfect Facebook moment. So you have a choice. Either spend every summer not smiling, or visit our Invisalign® dentist office and let us help you to make that change.

Deciding to see an Invisalign dentist is the first step in making a decision to change your teeth for the better. The question many people have is why they should choose the Invisalign® system over the traditional braces. From a perspective of all the great food that you are going to want to try this summer, it is an easy choice. With the traditional braces, your primary function is to make sure they do not get damaged. This means avoiding any food that is so hard that it may damage the braces, avoiding any food that is so sticky that it might get stuck in the braces, and avoiding food that can be messy. The restrictions are so severe that there is a veritable laundry list of foods that you must not have, foods you should avoid, and foods that are difficult to eat.

With Invisalign, you do not have to worry about food restrictions. This is because Invisalign® is designed for maximum comfort and is completely removable, allowing you to eat whatever you want. Naturally there are things we do not want you to eat when you are going through the treatment, but, for the most part, there are very few things you cannot eat. Simply remove the Invisalign® aligners and put them in a safe place. After you are done eating, you will want to make sure to thoroughly clean your teeth and then replace the aligners. Cleaning your teeth is one vital step since it makes sure that no food gets stuck between the aligners and the enamel. Otherwise, you can enjoy summer parties without worrying about your teeth or how you are treating them. To learn more call our Invisalign dentist office.

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