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Do you ever walk around Los Angeles and, looking around at everyone with straight teeth, ask yourself whether you should get braces? Do you then stop and say no because you wouldn’t want to have to wear traditional braces for the next few years?

If so, then you should consider Invisalign in Los Angeles because you may not need braces i order to have perfect teeth. With Invisalign, you will use a series of clear aligners instead of braces. Some people call them Invisalign Braces because they can straighten teeth though technically, they are not braces at all.

The procedure is easy to understand. Invisalign is a series of clear aligners or trays. Each aligner fits over either the upper or lower teeth and moves your teeth just a fraction of a millimeter. You change the aligners about every two weeks so that by the time you are done wearing the last aligner, your teeth are straight.

The benefits do not only include the clear aligners. The most obvious advantage is that because the aligners are clear, they are far less noticeable than metal braces or even clear braces. In fact, some patients comment that many people do not even notice that they are wearing anything. Another benefit of having Invisalign is that the aligners can be removed by the patient so that he or she can brush and floss easier. Although this may not seem important, this really comes in handy.

There are a lot of difference between Los Angeles Invisalign and traditional braces. Unlike braces, Invisalign trays are smooth and generally will not irritate your cheeks and lips as braces can do. Additionally, if you have an important event to attend, you can remove the Invisalign trays for your event and place them back on at a later time.

If you live in Los Angeles and are considering Invisalign, make sure to contact us HERE.

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