Invisalign® provides a low-profile way to straighten your teeth while maintaining the freedom to do all of the activities you love. Here our Surrey Straight Smile dentists share more about how Invisalign fits into active lifestyles.
Low Profile Treatment with Clear Aligners
Now, thanks to new low profile orthodontic treatment options like Invisalign you may not need to turn to traditional metal braces to straighten your smile! Invisalign's clear aligners are designed to straighten teeth without the need for metal wires and brackets. By wearing their custom made Invisalign aligners for the prescribed 20-22 hours every day many people are able to straighten their teeth without compromising their comfort or disrupting their favourite activities.
Maintain Your Confidence as You Straighten Your Teeth
Invisalign's thin plastic aligners are almost invisible when worn, meaning that you'll be able to smile with confidence even while you're straightening your teeth. Whether you're a business person meeting clients or a model smiling for the camera or, your clear aligners are unlikely to ever leave you feeling self-conscious about your orthodontic treatment.
No Need to Give Up Foods You Love While Straightening Your Teeth
Unlike treatment with braces, with Invisalign's removable aligners you won't need to cut out any of the foods you love in order to straighten your teeth. Simply remove your aligners and store them in their handy case while you enjoy your favourite foods - even popcorn!
Playing Wind Instruments is No Problem with Invisalign
Musicians who play wind instruments often find adjusting to traditional braces difficult. When you choose Invisalign to correct your orthodontic issues you can just remove your aligners whenever it's time to practice or perform. So go ahead and let the music play!
Play Sports While Undergoing Orthodontic Treatment
Whatever sport you play, your game won't be disrupted by wires and brackets. All you need to do is remove your aligners and store them in their case while you play. That said, any kind of orthodontic treatment causes teeth to become more loose than usual, so it's essential to wear a protective sports mouthguard while playing contact sports, to protect your smile from injury.