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Shh… No One Needs to Know You Have Braces

InvisalignWhen you decide to have braces, the first thing you might be curious about is what you will look like while you have them. Depending on your requirements in terms of effect, you may be able to consider a method like Invisalign which are practically invisible and still very effective.

A dentist like PDC Dental in Barnsley will work alongside the team at Invisalign to give you a personalised service, as well as the benefit of using a method that has realigned more than four million smiles.

The process of fitting

Your dentist will assess you to see if you are suitable for the Invisalign method. If you are looking for a mainly cosmetic treatment involving the front teeth, then it is quite likely that you will be able to use Invisalign for some or all of your treatment.

At your first appointment, your dentist will build up a picture of the current position of your teeth using photographs, x-rays and impressions. These will be used to make a treatment plan and you will be able to see a digital image of what your teeth will look like at each stage. This is when your dentist will be able to tell you how long your treatment will take.

What happens next?

Your dentist will send the information gathered to Invisalign who will create your aligners and return them to your local practice. You will take some or all of these home with you and start using the first one in the series. When this one has completed its work then you can move on to the next one in the series without revisiting the dentist. While you will still have regular check-ups, your appointments will be brief. The dentist will advise on the necessary length of time that you need to wear each aligner. You will gradually work your way through your entire set until you reach the end. This will be when you can see the final result. After that, you will need to wear a fixed or removable retainer for up to a year. This is standard for any realignment treatment as it takes this long for the teeth to stabilise in their new positions.

3 Secrets to Effortless Beauty

InvisalignSome people seem to have no effort in making themselves beautiful; they go out with a fresh, naked look and you think they’ve put nothing on their faces. But just ask them how they got this look. They have at least a layer of concealer under their eyes, mascara on their lashes, and clear invisible braces on their teeth.

And why not? The clean-faced look with just a barely-there makeup is attractive and you just have to glam it up by applying a high-contrast lipstick. This means, if your complexion is fair, you just have to use dark lipstick. So how about it? Are you ready to rock this look?

Concealer for dark spots

If you’re working on a schedule that demands you stay up late at night, chances are, you have dark spots under your eyes. While proper sleep and diet are the best ways to get rid of those, you can make do with a layer of concealer on them. For a quick and easy blend, use a liquid one that matches the colour of the back of your hand.

Invisalign for your teeth

Misaligned teeth are not just bad for your health, they also do not look good. But not to worry, you do not have to stick wires inside your mouth to fix crooked or gapped teeth. What you need is a set of invisible aligners to improve your smile. The great thing about them? They are easier to maintain than metal braces as they are removable, according to MiSmile.

Mascara for that ‘pop’

The concealer hides dark spots, the invisible braces straighten your teeth, and the mascara brings life to your eyes. The even skin tone won’t mean anything when that is all you have, so buy a bottle of non-waterproof mascara, which is easier to clean in the evening and doesn’t flake off during the day, apply it on your lashes in quick and even strokes, and face the day looking fresher and lovelier than ever.

These are what you need for any casual day, with only a darker shade of lipstick to add when you have to glam up. See, it is not hard to achieve a lovely effortless look.

Is It The End of the World If You Cannot Get Invisalign?

Getting InvisalignBeyond question, clear aligners have taken the United Kingdom, and so as the rest of the world, by storm. Before, it was just traditional braces; you practically have no choice but ruin your smile in the name of optimal dental health. Even if modern brackets are smaller than their predecessors, Invisalign, on the other hand, would not give you that metal mouth. In addition, clear aligners are amazingly easy to remove whenever you please.

Unfortunately, Invisalign is not for everyone. There are patients that cannot get clear aligners because of their limitations. Invisalign will not work for complex dental problems, and it is only suitable for teens and adults—not to mention it may take a longer period for it to align your teeth.

It is the sad truth, but take your heart out of your boots because you still have many other North London braces to choose from:

Ceramic Braces

This one is a crossbreed of Invisalign and metal braces. They have the shape and size of traditional braces with the invisible quality of clear aligners; hence, they are called clear braces. As the brackets and wires can resemble the colour of your teeth, they would be barely noticeable. Moreover, ceramic can move teeth to their proper places faster than clear plastic aligners.

Lingual Braces

Instead of wearing them on the outside, the brackets and wires of lingual braces are placed on the inside of your pearly whites. This option definitely makes your orthodontic device 100% invisible. Nonetheless, they may be harder to clean, and regular adjustments might take longer to finish than traditional braces.

Speed Braces

Made from the same materials as metal braces, self-ligating braces use a specialised chip, instead of elastics, to cause less friction to teeth and minimise the number of appointments you have to make with your dentist.

All treatments to correct teeth misalignment has a share of possibilities and limitations, benefits and drawbacks. As you cannot have it all, you must know how severe your dental dilemma is before you choose the most suitable amongst the available options.