Straighten your teeth secretly with Invisible braces Sydney

Straighten your teeth secretly with Invisible braces Sydney

Teeth straightening has become common and is trendy amongst the modern generation. This is a big change from where people used to be embarrassed by braces and avoided orthodontic treatment. In recent years, more adults than ever before have straightened their teeth and achieved beautiful smiles and healthier teeth and gums. If you are looking to improve the appearance of your teeth then you need to speak to your dentist and find out about invisible braces Sydney. Invisible braces Sydney allow you to straighten your teeth at your complete discretion. Invisible braces Sydney allow you to straighten your teeth without anyone noticing that you are undergoing orthodontic treatment. Invisible braces Sydney are suitable for patients of all ages, both teenagers and adults can straighten their teeth with invisible braces.

Invisalign invisible braces

There are different types of invisible braces to meet your individual dental requirements. One of the most popular types of invisible braces is Invisalign, clear aligners. These are removable invisible braces that can be taken out of your mouth and replaced as necessary. Invisalign uses clear thermoplastic aligners to straighten your teeth. As the name suggests these aligners are almost invisible in your mouth. This is why they are so popular for teeth straightening, especially amongst the adult population. Invisalign was one of the first invisible braces to transform the field of orthodontics. With Invisalign you can address a huge range of orthodontic issues. You can straighten crooked and wonky teeth, protruding front teeth, overlapping teeth, overcrowded teeth, minor gaps between the teeth, as well as different types of bite disorders. Invisalign invisible braces can correct overbite, underbite and crossbite. Unfortunately, Invisalign cannot rotate your teeth however, if necessary the dentist will put together a combined treatment plan to do so. This means that most types of orthodontic issues can be corrected with Invisalign invisible braces, either as a standalone procedure, or in combination with another type of braces. To straighten your teeth with Invisalign, or other types of invisible braces, you need to undergo a thorough dental examination, and the dentist will make sure that your teeth and gums are healthy and strong. If you suffer from cavities, tooth decay, or gum disease then it is important that this is addressed before you can straighten your teeth. Otherwise it can weaken your gum, cause discomfort and even damage your teeth. Your dentist will always have your best interests at heart and if they decide that Invisalign is not the right treatment for you they will suggest a different type of invisible braces or another type of orthodontic treatment.

Quick and simple teeth straightening

If you have minor aesthetic issues that are affecting the appearance of your teeth then Invisalign can straighten your teeth in as little as 4 to 6 months. This includes closing minor gaps between the teeth, improving the alignment of slightly crooked or wonky teeth and improving the alignment of overlapping lower teeth. If you have more complex issues then the treatment can take up between 6 and 12 months and for issues such as bite disorders, it can take 12 to 18 months or longer. The process itself is discreet and convenient which means that it will not impact your daily life, rather you can forget about your aligners and get on with your daily activities as you did before braces.

It is important that you remember to take the braces out if you are eating or drinking anything other than water to avoid damaging or staining the aligners and the rest of the day they can stay in your mouth. The aligners need to be removed to brush your teeth and it allows you to look after your teeth very well whilst straightening them at the same time. Once treatment is complete you can find out about Invisalign retainers and maintain your brand-new smile for the rest of your life. This is very important because otherwise patients find that even after undergoing orthodontic treatment, their teeth can begin to move back to their original positions.

Wearing an Invisalign retainer will prevent this from happening so that you can enjoy a beautiful, healthy smile for the rest of your life. Straight teeth are not only more attractive, but they are also healthier. If you want to straighten your teeth, it’s best to do it sooner rather than later. If you have underlying conditions these will need to be addressed beforehand which will increase the length of the treatment time.

Speak to your dentist today and find out more about Invisalign and how simple the process is as well as the many advantages that it will have on your dental health and well-being.


Any surgical or invasive procedure carries risks. Before proceeding you should seek a second opinion from an appropriately qualified health practitioner.

Clare Louise