I’m facing an overbites problem for a few years. I consulted a dentist, and he suggested to wear braces. I had seen my friends wearing those metal braces. It gives an ugly look while smiling and I don’t like to wear those braces at all. Recently I read an article about the clear-aligner treatment which is an orthodontic device that is transparent, looks like a plastic form of usual dental braces. I think it would be better because others won’t realize that I’m wearing it. So I’m planning to visit a clinic for cosmetic dentistry near Ajax to fix this. Before that, I would like to hear from you. Are they really invisible? How often do I need to wear this? If you have any experience with this treatment, Please share it with me. Any help would be highly appreciated.
Invisalign treatment is the process of wearing a series of clear, removable aligners that gradually straighten your teeth. No brackets and wires, and none of the restrictions that come with metal braces.
Root resorption: Invisalign has to cause a cellular response in the roots of the teeth in order to let them move. On rare occasions, it is possible for the cellular response to damage the ends of the roots of the teeth.