Benefits Of Invisalign® At Any Age
Have you considered learning more about orthodontic treatment but have been hesitant due to your age? Age is just a number, and there is no age limit for improving your oral health and the appearance of your smile. We have an orthodontic treatment that our adult patients love because of the many benefits it provides. Read on to learn more about Invisalign® and how it can help your teeth and oral health.
Orthodontic Treatment is for Patients of All Ages
Long gone are the days when orthodontic treatment was primarily for children and teens. Thanks to developments in dental treatment and technology, there are many orthodontic options for adult patients. We are happy to offer patients Invisalign, an orthodontic treatment that uses clear aligner trays to slowly transition teeth into their correct placement. Patients appreciate this treatment because the trays are removable, meaning no food restrictions and easy access when brushing and flossing. They also like that the trays are clear, making it so that others will barely notice that they are receiving treatment.
Improve Your Overall Health
Not only does orthodontic treatment improve the appearance of your teeth, but it can also help prevent issues such as tooth decay and gum disease. When there are problems in the mouth, such as overcrowding, it is easy for food and bacteria to become trapped between teeth. Even if you are diligent with your oral hygiene routine, it can still be difficult to clean your teeth properly. While we can fix the decay, if the placement of the teeth never changes, patients will continue to experience problems with recurring decay. Over time, this can cause severe problems, such as tooth loss. Straightening teeth can help eliminate these problems, saving you discomfort, time, and money.
If you are interested in learning more about adult orthodontics, be sure to contact our office located in Northridge, CA for an appointment. We would be happy to evaluate your oral health and start you on your journey to straight teeth.