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Invisalign vs Traditional Braces: Which is Better?

Posted on August 3rd, 2015


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When it comes to straighter teeth, there is a bevy of options out there that promise to correct your smile and align your teeth. But which is the best for you? While the traditional route of metal brackets and braces do work, some may find them to not be visually appealing, in addition to taking a considerable amount of time for the teeth straightening process to work.

The Cary, NC dentists and hygienists at Family & Cosmetic Dentistry are proud to now offer an alternative to braces that won’t send you to the orthodontist: Invisalign®. In lieu of metal brackets, Invisalign uses sets of customized, clear trays to gently straighten your teeth. Each tray is made from a mold of your mouth, so you can be sure you’ll get the closest fit possible to your teeth.

Invisalign trays sit smoothly on the front of your teeth, protecting the inside of your mouth from irritation and inflammation. The trays can also be removed at mealtimes, so you won’t have to worry about food or beverages becoming stuck inside them, or experience difficulty eating some of your favorite foods like you could with braces.

Using Family & Cosmetic Dentistry’s Invisalign to straighten your teeth may also help you get the smile you want even faster. Our trays do not require many visits to our Cary dental office and incur minimum cleaning requirements.

Utilize Invisalign on Your Path to Straighter Teeth in Cary, NC

If you’re worried about the initial cost of Invisalign, our dental team has worked to ensure that it is on par with what other orthodontic appliances, such as braces, would cost, therefore enhancing their affordability. Family & Cosmetic Dentistry’s Cary dental office also offers extensive dental insurance and financing options, so that almost nothing stands between you and the smile you want.

If you’re ready to correct your overbite, crossbite, underbite or teeth crowding, ask your Cary dentist at Family & Cosmetic Dentistry about Invisalign. Call us today at 919.859.1330 or use the form on our contact page to request a consultation.

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