Most adults have 32 teeth and these teeth are positioned in a way that maintains the length, width and shape of the dental arch. The alignment of your teeth affects your facial appearance and affects how you bite, chew and smile. Correcting misaligned teeth requires customised orthodontic treatments. While metal and ceramic braces are the most common options, there are alternatives like Invisalign and various orthodontic clear aligners that may be better suited to your needs.
Invisalign dental braces are different from traditional orthodontic braces, which are noticeable and attached to the teeth surface for the duration of the treatment. Using a series of clear, removable aligner to gradually move your teeth into place, these clear aligner braces help to improve your smile in professional and social settings. Invisible and comfortable, they are fast becoming widely popular, as demand for greater flexibility with braces rise.