Why choose Invisalign?
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3 July 2022

Why choose Invisalign?

Invisalign is undergone to align your teeth properly while maintaining the aesthetic value of your smile and helping you keep your smile intact. There are several reasons why people chose Invisalign over other traditional methods to align teeth.  


We have put together a list of key points to elaborate why people often choose Invisalign over other dental aligners.


Invisalign is far more physically comfortable to wear than traditional braces. You won’t have to worry about uncomfortable nicks or cuts in your mouth because there are no wires or brackets. They have a silky texture and will not bother your mouth. The aligners are made to look like a mouthguard and do not have any sharp edges.

More attractive:  

Because Invisalign is clear, you won’t have a mouth full of metal. To put it another way, they’re more visually appealing, and most people won’t even notice you’re wearing them. That implies you don’t have to be self-conscious about smiling. As a result, there is no upper age limit, and adults frequently prefer this kind of orthodontic treatment.


Invisalign has become the standard for teeth straightening, which means you won’t have to bother with metal braces. This makes them highly convenient, especially since they are widely available.

Can be removed:  

You can take out your Invisalign aligners to eat, clean your teeth, and floss. That is impossible to accomplish with braces. It allows you to consume whatever foods you choose and maintain improved oral hygiene, which reduces your risk of developing gum disease while straightening your teeth. Food particles will not get lodged in your braces, as they do with regular braces. 


Minimal maintenance: 

 Invisalign aligners require very little upkeep. When you wear them, they can become dingy with time, but you can refresh them using a toothbrush dipped in a tiny quantity of bleach and water. Any stains can be removed by scrubbing them for a minute. This is something you should do every other day. 


Avoid sharp edges:  

Metal brackets have the potential to scratch the soft tissue of your mouth. Long wires that haven’t been properly cut can also poke the inside of your cheek. Because there are no sharp edges to cause harm between sessions, clear aligners are more comfortable.

You will feel pressure on your teeth during the first few days of wearing your new aligners. This pressure indicates that your aligners are working to realign your teeth. Many of our patients believe that the discomfort is worth it in exchange for attractive, healthy smiles.

Teeth aligners, unlike braces, do not require tightening throughout sessions. Instead, before providing you with the next set of aligners in your series, our Invisalign dentists will monitor your progress. Each set will get you one step closer to achieving a radiant, healthy smile.

Smile with confidence:  

It’s never too late to get your teeth straightened. Metal braces are commonly used by teens to straighten their teeth, but adults are less likely to do so. Ask our dentists if Invisalign is correct for you if you are self-conscious about having metal on your teeth.  

Many of our patients like how inconspicuous Invisalign transparent aligners are to their family, friends, and coworkers.

Maintain white smile:  

When wearing braces, it’s common for people to overlook their oral health. It’s a pain to clean around wires and brackets, after all. Invisalign aligners are removable, allowing you to brush and floss your teeth normally. Just remember to brush your teeth after every meal to avoid staining your clear aligners.  

To remove plaque with braces, you’d have to thread floss between each bracket. As a result, many people with braces forego flossing entirely. When this happens, the likelihood of tooth discoloration after their braces are removed is increased.  

Invisalign is an excellent orthodontic treatment option because it allows you to shift teeth while maintaining proper oral hygiene. 

Health Benefits of Straightening Teeth with Invisalign 



Swollen, red gums are a hallmark of periodontal disease and are often the result of teeth that are crowded or spaced too widely. When teeth are properly aligned, the gums fit more snugly around them, providing the strongest and healthiest protection against periodontal disease.  

Invisalign can help with this. Without the need of brackets or wires, the clear aligners gently and gradually shift your teeth into optimum alignment 



Food does not get lodged in your brackets and wires when you wear Invisalign clear aligners instead of traditional braces. Getting rid of all the food that gets stuck in traditional braces is a major challenge. Plaque buildup and, eventually, tooth decay might result as a result of this. Because you can remove the aligners with Invisalign, you can continue brushing and flossing your teeth as you did before. 



Your teeth and gums, as well as the way they seem when you smile, reveal a lot about your general health. Consider them a window into your body’s health. Bacteria causes tooth decay and gum disease, as well as oral ulcers, painful or bleeding gums, foul breath, and the potential loss of teeth. Did you know that infections in the mouth can lead to more serious illnesses including heart disease, stroke, pneumonia, and diabetes? (According to studies by the American Dental Association).  

When straightening your teeth, Invisalign clear aligners can make regular oral hygiene easier. As a result, there is a danger of potential issues. An inappropriate bite, speaking or eating difficulties, jaw problems, and increased wear on the tooth enamel can all be alleviated by properly aligned teeth. Invisalign addresses all of these orthodontic issues which gives you the confidence of a great smile and the increase in the likelihood of improved oral health.