Hardly anyone’s teeth are ever perfect, and braces are often necessary for a lot of people. It used to be that the only way to correct misaligned teeth was with metal braces. Despite their aesthetic drawbacks, they were necessary in preventing more serious problems from arising. But now, you have Invisalign at your disposal. And if you take a look at some of our before and after photos, you can see the Invisalign results that are available to you. If you suffer from any of the following conditions, you should consider talking to your dentist about Invisalign.
An open bite occurs when certain teeth are unable to make physical contact with the teeth on the opposing side. It can be the result of genetics of poor oral habits like thumb sucking, but it can result in chewing or speech impairments. Over time, it can also lead to TMJ.
Gaps between your teeth are often the result of the teeth shifting abnormally due to a missing tooth. Gaps between teeth can create a lack of protection around the gums, and this can lead to periodontal pockets and a greater risk of periodontal disease. Our Invisalign results show that the aligners can close these gaps and give you a fuller smile.
Your teeth will become overcrowded when there is not enough space in your jaw for your teeth to properly come in. This can create severely crooked teeth which can make brushing and flossing harder to accomplish. This can increase your vulnerability to tooth decay and gum disease.
Overbite, Underbite, Crossbite
These occur when one set of teeth protrude over the opposing teeth. This can cause serious wear on the teeth and result in painful jaw or joint problems.
If you are looking to get improved Invisalign results, schedule a consultation with our Los Angeles dentist today. Leaving these problems untreated can cause serious pain, discomfort, and more costly dental bills in the long run, so have them treated as soon as possible. And before you go to your consultation, check out our before and after photos to see the Invisalign results you can achieve.
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