If your teeth look a little as though they're not talking to each other, turning their backs on each other, or trying to run in opposite directions then you may have considered visiting an Invisalign dentist.
Certainly when it comes to teeth alignment Invisalign is the name on everyone's lips, or rather, everyone's teeth. But there's something you should know about the whole process before going invisalign dental clinic, because it may not be as ideal as you first imagine.
Very few people are born with perfect teeth. In fact, almost no one is actually born with teeth at all of course, but what I mean is that our natural teeth alignment as we grow older is rarely perfect.
Nature doesn't tend to do neatness, straight lines, or predictable alignment. This is where dentists can step in and help us out with teeth alignment. Whether your teeth are crooked, have gaps between them, are overlapping, or otherwise looking less than perfect an Invisalign dentist seems to be the only alternative to wearing clumpy great metal braces which have for so long typified the teenage look.
Metal braces are no bad thing of course. They do the job brilliantly and have helped give a great many people a fabulous set of teeth that look less like a disgruntled rabble of argumentative rebels and more like a highly presentable row of soldiers standing neatly to attention