Wednesday, December 5, 2012

Invisalign a New Alternative to Braces

I had braces when I was in junior high, big metal braces. You know the kind, where you get to choose different colored elastics for them each month. Cool right? I mean, who wouldn't want to draw more attention to their braces?
When you have braces you learn how to not draw attention to your mouth. I learned how to not smile so big, my husband who had braces in high school learned how to cover his teeth with his lips when he smiled so his braces wouldn't show.
I have been free of braces for over 17 years and my teeth are starting to move around so I have been thinking about fixing my teeth, but I do not want metal braces, I don't want elastics and metal brackets. I don't want a mouth full of metal. I think the way to go is Invisalign.

If you don't know about Invisalign, it's a new alternative to braces. Invisalign uses clear, removable aligners to gradually straighten teeth over time. Invisalign has straightened over 2 million smiles and counting. Check out the advantage of Invisalign over braces for yourself. I hope to convince my husband to get me Invisalign in the new year.

I love that Invisalign can treat crowded teeth, which I have a problem with. I love that you can brush and floss your teeth just like normal. Flossing with braces was so frustrating and hard. I love that I can still whiten my teeth with Invisalign. After getting my braces off I remember seeing spots and discoloration on my teeth. And don't get me started on the canker sores I would get from braces.

I have known a few people who have straightened their teeth with Invisalign and have seen the results up close. They really do work and are much easier than braces. They are virtually invisible, how cool is that?!

Now I want to know, have you used Invisalign? What do you think?

 For more information, please visit Invisalign. I was selected for this opportunity as a member of Clever Girls Collective, and the content and opinions expressed here are all my own.

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