See The Difference Straight Teeth Can Make

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Orthodontic care has helped millions of people create the smiles of their dreams.

At one time, braces were the only option you had to make those changes. Today, you can create the smile of your dreams without calling attention to your treatment.

Instead of brackets and wires, you can wear custom-made clear aligners to transform your smile. We’ve seen what Invisalign has done for many of our patients in and around Huntsville, AL. Find out what these aligners could do for your smile at the office of Jennifer Perkins, DDS.

Call 256-801-0002 to take your first step toward your new smile.

Get Moving

You can’t have your dream smile without putting in the time to make it happen. Orthodontic care doesn’t happen overnight, but the sooner you begin, the sooner you can have the smile you want to see in the mirror.

Invisalign was initially created with adults in mind. Lots of people wanted straighter teeth, but they were unwilling to wear braces on their teeth. Some thought this could be a distraction in their professional careers. Others felt self-conscious about having braces in social settings.

Still others had braces as teens, but they didn’t wear their retainers so their teeth moved back. They didn’t want to wear braces because they didn’t want to relive the painful parts of the process.

Invisalign aimed to address all those concerns. The transparent aligners are discreet. That means they can be worn over your teeth without drawing attention to your orthodontic treatment. This can help you feel relaxed about wearing them to work or in more personal situations.

You wear your aligners for a few weeks each, then switch to a new one. Each time you do this you’ll know you are getting closer to your dream smile. The aligners gently push your teeth without brackets or wires that can irritate the soft tissues inside your mouth.

What You Can Do

You may be wondering if Invisalign could work for you. The only way to know for certain is to talk to someone, like our own Dr. Perkins, about your situation.

However, Invisalign has proven to be effective at fixing the same types of problems as traditional braces.

These include:

  • Crooked teeth
  • Crowded teeth
  • Gaps between teeth
  • Crossbites
  • Open bites
  • Overbites
  • Underbites

If you want to correct one or more of those issues, there is a good chance that Invisalign could work for you.

Enjoy A Healthy Smile

When you straighten your teeth, you are doing more than just improving the appearance of your smile. You are making it easier to maintain your oral health. When your teeth are correctly aligned, you can brush and floss more effectively. Your regular professional cleanings and exams are more effective, too. And when your bite is aligned, you can reduce the wear and tear on your smile.

If you want straight teeth, you owe it to yourself to talk to Dr. Perkins about whether you are a good candidate for Invisalign. Call 256-801-0002 or contact us online to request an appointment at our Huntsville, AL dentist office.

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