If you need orthodontic treatment, you may have the option of using Invisalign braces or traditional wire braces to achieve the same results. When making your choice, it is important to consider not only the cost of treatment but also how much disruption it is likely to cause to your life and the final results you can expect. The following five facts are all reasons to opt for Invisalign instead of wire braces.
2 November 2020
Are you tired of seeing black triangles between your teeth when you look in the mirror? Then cosmetic dentistry can help rid you of them. The presence of black triangles between your front teeth can leave you feeling reluctant to smile freely. This can affect your confidence and wellbeing. Fortunately, several cosmetic dentistry treatments can remove black triangles from your smile. 1. Composite Bonding Seals Black Triangles Composite or dental bonding is much the same as a white filling.
24 February 2020
Invisalign is a series of clear aligners that you wear in your mouth to help straighten your teeth. Unlike braces, they are nearly invisible and do not require any fixing in place. However, there are some things you should try to avoid if you choose invisalign as an orthodontic treatment. Leaving them out Firstly, although one of the benefits of invisalign aligners is that they can be removed from the mouth, you should not do this for any length of time.
24 January 2020
The most familiar face in the world, as far as you're concerned, is your own. It doesn't matter if you're a supermodel or the elephant man, your face is the one that stares back at you from the mirror each and every day. You're so utterly used to it that even minor imperfections are just a fact of life, and this is particularly true with your smile. If you have a single grey tooth in your mouth and decide that you want to give your smile a makeover, can you in fact whiten it?
26 December 2019
Tartar forms on teeth when you fail to remove plaque from your teeth. Plaque is the sticky residue of food debris combined with the bacteria that feed on that debris. In general, brushing your teeth twice a day should ensure that you keep tartar at bay, for the most part. However, if you fail to remove plaque from an area of your teeth 12 days in a row, that plaque becomes tartar.
24 September 2019