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3 Benefits of Invisalign

  • Posted on: Jun 15 2018
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Invisalign Montréal Québec The process of getting the perfect smile you’ve always wanted— especially a straight one— often comes at the expense of your appearance. And although there’s nothing wrong with an adult wearing traditional metal braces, if you can, why not avoid them entirely? With Invisalign from Dr. Lenny Slepchik, you can get a straighter smile without having to feel self-conscious throughout the process.

Rather than using a combination of wires and brackets to get your teeth straighter, Invisalign uses a series of customized clear aligners that slowly move your teeth around. Other than you not having to wear regular metal braces, what are the benefits of Invisalign?

You Can Eat Without Them In

One of the biggest complaints that traditional braces wearers have is that they get food trapped between their wires all the time. With Invisalign, you can take out your aligners when you eat so that you don’t have to worry about any of that.

You Can Floss

Another thing a lot of braces wearers complain about? Not being able to floss. And although you can use a water flosser if you have traditional braces, sometimes nothing does the job like traditional dental floss. Because you can take out your Invisalign aligners, it gives you the ability to floss your teeth several times a day.

They Are Clear

Most people won’t even be able to tell that you have anything in your mouth when you are wearing your Invisalign aligners. Although it takes some patients a little bit of time to learn to talk with their aligners in, that will go away with time and practice.

Does having straight teeth without the hassle of metal braces sound appealing to you? Schedule your Invisalign consultation at our Montreal office today and call us at (514) 875-7971.

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