Why Invisalign in Inwood Village is About More Than Just Cosmetics at Inwood Village

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When people think of Invisalign, they often think of teenagers with straight smiles and adults who missed out on the initial wave of orthodontics. However, what if a dentist told you that Invisalign in Inwood Village could benefit your oral health, not just your smile’s appearance?

Now, you can make oral care easier, improve your bite and reduce your risk of dental disease! Take advantage of a local dentist’s special Invisalign promotion now to learn more!

The Unforeseen Problems of Crooked Teeth

If you have crooked teeth, you may have noticed that keeping your smile free of food debris is a constant struggle. When teeth are crooked, it’s much more difficult to keep them free of food because there are several more crevices for food to get caught in. Not only does that mean that piece of chicken will continue to drive you crazy, but your teeth are constantly at higher risk of developing plaque and gum disease.

Additionally, crooked teeth are more likely to rub up against each other due to your bite being uneven. Uneven bites also cause an uneven distribution of force when chewing, resulting in added stress to the joint that connects the jaw to the skull. This results in an increased enamel erosion and a higher risk of developing temporomandibular joint disorder later in life, which is characterized by increased jaw and upper back pain, headaches, earaches, popping and clicking of the jaw and a generally lower quality of life.

Invisalign: More Than Just a Straighter Smile

Because Invisalign works to shift the position of your teeth, it can prevent both of these problems before they have a chance to occur. Straight teeth are much easier to clean because fewer gaps exist for food to get caught in, therefore reducing your risk of developing dental disease. Furthermore, Invisalign is now capable of fixing many malocclusions, including overbites, underbites and crossbites!

Invisalign FAQ: Answers from a Professional

How Long Does Treatment Take?

On average, Invisalign takes anywhere from six to 18 months, depending on the complexity of your case and the amount of time you spend wearing the aligners. The more dedicated you are to wearing them, the sooner treatment will finish.

What Should I Expect From Treatment?

Invisalign involves wearing custom-made clear aligners for about two weeks at a time, then regularly switching to a new pair over the course of several months. Since aligners are removable, you can still keep your appearance, eat all your favorite foods and keep your brushing habits all without metal hardware.

How Do I Care for My Aligners?

Aligner care is easy! Simply rinse them before each use, sanitize them with Invisalign’s cleaning crystals twice a day, remove them when eating or drinking beverages other than water, and brush them to remove food deposits!

Ready to get started on your smile journey? Schedule an appointment with a cosmetic dentist in Inwood Village today!

About the Author

Dr. Davina Prida earned her degree at Baylor College of Dentistry in Dallas, where she graduated with a Doctor of Dental Surgery (DDS). She is a member of the Dallas County Dental Society, Texas Dental Association, American Dental Association, and the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry. Dr. Prida is also a member of the Texas Army National Guard. One of her main focuses is creating beautiful Smiles. She ia a Top Dallas Dentist Providing High Quality Dental Care, General Dentistry, Cosmetic Dentistry, Dental Implants, and Reconstructive Dentistry. Dr Davina Prida is fulfilling her vision of bringing the very best in cosmetic dentistry, reconstructive dentistry and general dentistry to Dallas at Inwood Village Dental. Dr. Prida’s approach of dental excellence and her use of advanced techniques, create the most natural, beautiful smiles possible. Dr. Prida is Dallas’ top cosmetic dentist, creating amazing smile makeovers with veneers, dental implants, dental crowns and bridges and Invisalign®. If you have questions about your dental treatment or dental care options, don’t hesitate to contact her at Inwood Village Dental or at (214) 352-2777.

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