Do you have crooked or spaced out teeth? Do your gums bleed and/or are they inflamed? Do you feel despite proper brushing and flossing, gum disease is still present?
Despite meticulous oral hygiene, gum disease can still be present. Bleeding and receding gums, bone loss, tooth mobility can be caused from misaligned or spaced out teeth.
Some facts about gum disease
If you have crooked or crowded teeth your more likely to experience gum disease. Its hard to clean overlapping surfaces of the teeth, which cause plaque build up in those areas that are difficult to reach. Eventually, accumulation of plaque causes gum disease.
Braces or orthodontic treatment is an option for you but, it is often difficult to prevent gum disease because its difficult to reach all areas of your teeth while brushing. This leads to more plaque and issues with gum disease.
Invisalign allows you to move your teeth gradually with clear aligners or transparent trays that are removable. Not only are they invisible they can also help improve your oral hygiene routine by removing them to clean properly
How does Invisalign improve the health of your gums?
- Clear, removable trays are used move your teeth into place. Therefore, you can take off the aligners while eating, eliminating food accumulation in your teeth like what happens with traditional braces or orthodontics.
- What’s the secret to healthy gums? Good oral hygiene! Since you can remove the Invisalign retainers, you can brush and floss easily
- Misaligned teeth are difficult to clean even without braces, leading to more accumulation. With Invisalign, as the teeth move into place, it becomes easier to clean them properly improving your gum health. With Invisalign, you can take great care of your teeth even while they move!
There are many reasons to get Invisalign.
They are easy to wear, less hassle than braces, invisible you look great without having a smile full of metal.
Get started with Invisalign and get the Smile you deserve. Contact your Brampton Dentist to start your Invisalign journey!!