Newport Beach, CA Invisalign Clear Aligners
If you’re considering straightening your teeth with Invisalign braces, you’ll be happy to know that our Newport Beach dentists offer these clear braces for adults.
Invisalign provides you with the option to straighten your bite with translucent, removable aligners rather than fixed orthodontic brackets and wires.
Reasons to Consider Straightening Your Bite with Braces
If You’re Considering Dental Implants: Having a missing tooth can cause other teeth in your jaw to collapse against one another, reducing the space between them where an implant would be placed. With Invisalign we are able to open this space back up again, so that there is room for an individual implant and crown.
Your Periodontal Health: Crooked and misaligned teeth are very difficult to clean and keep healthy. Correcting their alignment can benefit your overall gum health and periodontal therapy.
Orthodontic Relapse: Did you have braces in the past, but forget to wear your retainer? Invisalign is perfect for realigning a relapse in your bite.
Aesthetics: Are you embarrassed by the way your teeth look in the mirror? Invisalign can renew your confidence to smile again.
Abnormal Tooth Wear: Unhealthy biting relationships can cause your teeth or restorations to wear down in an atypical manner, often fracturing or causing them to look “short.” Adjusting the occlusion with Invisalign can help us to reduce or control this problem.
Sleep Apnea: Paired with orthodontic surgery, we can use Invisalign to help open your airway for enhanced oxygen flow when you sleep. This also allows your bone to respond faster to treatment.
Express treatments take as few as 6-10 months to complete. More complex cases may take closer to a year or more. During your orthodontic treatment we’ll see you about every four weeks to ensure that things are moving along properly.
Call John B. Chrispens DDS & Associates today to schedule a consultation with Dr. Chrispens or Dr. Evans, and find out more.
Do you or your sleep partner snore? Not treating the underlying issue could cost you your life. During your consultation with our Newport Beach dentists, we’ll assess you for other symptoms of obstructive sleep apnea.