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Having beautiful and perfectly aligned teeth is everyone’s dream. Take it from this Wifey, it’s a major confidence booster. When my husband smiles with his perfectly aligned pearly whites, I can’t help but feel a bit out of place. I wouldn’t want that for my little one. Which is why I have decided to check out teeth alignment tips, techniques as well as procedures … and share it with you all as I figured someone can surely relate to my dilemma.
With today’s amazing advancement in technology, teeth alignment becomes easier and more effective. The following procedures are what I have gathered from my research as the top recommendations from most dental specialists.
- Regular Brackets or Braces – this is the most popular and often used technique to align teeth. The bracket is made of metal and highly visible to the naked eye. Some chooses to add colorful bands on them to make it more appealing.
- Clear Brackets or Braces – unlike the regular brackets, this kind of technique is not that visible to the naked eye. Some even use tooth-colored wires to make it less noticeable. Clear brackets perfectly blends to the color of the teeth making them more aesthetic.
- Invisalign – this is one of the newest form or technique to correct and align teeth. Invisalign uses a custom-made series of aligners created just for you. These aligners are made from invisible plastic that you wear over your teeth. No metal brackets or wires are involved with this treatment so you won’t feel any discomfort or interference in your mouth. Some might find this treatment a bit expensive than traditional procedures but you can still make it affordable by using the Health, Beauty & Wellness Groupons codes for Invisalign.
- Lingual Braces – just like the traditional brackets, lingual braces uses metal and wires. The only difference is that they are placed inside of the teeth. Some sees this procedure as very uncomfortable and very difficult to clean. It’s also more expensive compared to traditional braces.
Personally I am leaning towards Invisalign for myself and if ever – for my little one as well. Hopefully you find this post and the above listed procedures and techniques helpful or at least informative. The way I see it, it really doesn’t matter how young or old you are – it’s not too late or too early to get your teeth fixed and aligned.