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Have you ever thought about getting braces? With all of today’s options, it seems like a better time than ever to get the smile you always wanted. The best part is that it is never too late. According to a recent study, adults make up nearly half of orthodontic patients looking to get the smiles of their dreams.

Braces have changed dramatically in the past decade. This is important because many people understand that a great smile is important and it can make a difference in your social and professional lives.

Fortunately, there are a number of friendly options available. An option in particular that is receiving a lot of attention is Invisalign.

With Invisalign, patients wear a series of clear, removable orthodontic aligners that are adjusted as the teeth shift into place without metal or wires. A series of custom-made aligners are worn each for a period of two weeks.

The average amount of time is from a few months to 1.5 years. Each aligner moves the teeth progressively into place.

A number of Los Angeles dentists, including us, recommend Invisalign. In fact, we are a certified Invisalign premium provider.

In addition to Invisalign, there are other practices which are also recommended by Los Angeles dentists. One option is porcelain veneers. Porcelain veneers are wafer-thin shells that are bonded to the front side of teeth to improve their cosmetic appearance.

With Porcelaign veneers, we can normally fix the position, the shape, the color, and the appearance of the tooth all in one fell swoop. Porcelain veneers can create a quick fix.

We hope this was of help. If you are interested in hearing more about Invisalign or Porcelain Veneers, be sure to contact us here for a free consultation. Stay tuned for more from your Los Angeles dentist.

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