When it comes to straightening teeth, there are a variety of options available. Traditional metal braces have been the go-to for many years, but now there are more discreet options like transparent orthodontic appliances. These can be removed at any time, making it easier to eat and clean your mouth. Dental crowns can also be used to straighten crooked and crowded teeth, and Invisalign is a great option for both adults and children.
At Hoffman Dental Care, we can help you determine the best option for your individual needs. Depending on the tooth, some fillings can be performed without the need to remove orthodontic appliances. However, if it is necessary to temporarily remove a bracket or wire, the dentist can easily do so without interrupting orthodontic treatment. You can even get a root canal while wearing braces. This method of straightening teeth has been praised since its inception for good reason. Invisalign is a popular choice for those looking to straighten their teeth without the hassle of traditional metal braces.
It can produce satisfactory results in a relatively short period of time, and it's virtually invisible. Plus, food won't get stuck in your teeth like it would with metal braces. Invisalign is ideal for mild crowding and complex bite problems, as well as severely crooked teeth. If you already have dental crowns or other treatments, you can still use Invisalign to straighten your teeth. Your dentist will create a treatment plan that addresses the teeth around the dental implant, thus straightening your overall smile.
To be considered an ideal candidate for using Invisalign, you must have well-rooted teeth and your crowns must be attached and sealed firmly to the teeth. Orthodontists specialize in straightening teeth and repairing jaw conditions. They focus their training, research, and practice on this area of dentistry, so you can trust that they will provide you with the best care possible. At Hoffman Dental Care, we will work with you to create a personalized treatment plan that meets your individual needs.