There are many advantages in using Invisalign braces system, including faster treatment, significantly reduced discomfort in comparison with other methods, and the ability to remove the aligners for proper brushing and flossing. Whether you have an open bite, gap teeth or an overbite, Invisalign provides a great solution to those who want a moder way of straighten out their teeth.
Which types of Invisalign are available?
There are four types of Invisalign: Invisalign Full, Invisalign Lite, Invisalign i7, Invisalign Express, and Invisalign Teen.
Is the most commonly prescribed treatment as it can be used for complex cases and will include several aligners throughout the course of the treatment.
Most practices prefer and recommend this type because it can treat the most severe and complex cases.
Furthermore, an unlimited number of aligners are included in this option making it the best value.
Is best suited for mild to moderate cases that will benefit from treatment with clear aligners perhaps combined with crowns.
This type is not as highly recommended because of the limited number of aligners provided with this option.
The full option instead since it provides the patient with a better value and doctor with unlimited possibilities to treat any case. The cost difference is minor but the benefits are great.
Is a newer development that shortens the time of treatment for patients with minimal orthodontic needs, such as one crooked tooth or a setback in orthodontic treatment.
Being a relatively new product, it is costly and it may provides limited benefits.
Provides 10 aligner trays which is usually not enough to treat a full case.
A great option for young adults because of the constant shifting of their teeth as they grown and develop.
This treatment includes six complimentary replacements for dental aligners. This type of Invisalign also includes tooth eruption tabs.
As highly recommended as the Invisalign Full because the unlimited aligners provided to orthodontists allowing them flexibility and complete control over the treatment.
The best type of Invisalign for you should be discussed with an orthodontist who will walk you through each option and explain how they can help your particular case.
Every patient is different, so it is best to speak to a knowledgeable professional.
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