There is simply nothing more attractive than a happy, healthy smile. But what if you have bright white teeth and excellent oral health, but your teeth just are not as straight as you would like them to be. Perhaps you have misaligned teeth, one or more protruding individual teeth, large gaps, or an overbite or underbite. There is a way to fix the problem comfortably, conveniently and quickly.
Simply Teeth offers a service called Invisalign in Essex. Invisalign is a new type of technology that dispels all the myths about braces as you may know them.
Myth #1: Braces are highly visible and unsightly
The technology of braces has advanced considerably. Even traditional metal braces are now much more compact, but there are now other options. In Essex, Invisalign is one of the most popular brands of braces, mainly because an invisalign brace is nearly invisible. They are made from a totally clear material that fits snugly over your teeth, meaning that it is very difficult to tell that you are wearing braces at all.
Myth #2: Braces are uncomfortable
Traditional braces are made of wires and brackets that can rub against gums and cause discomfort. Invisalign braces do not have these wires and brackets and therefore are a much more comfortable option. They are fitted tightly onto your teeth so there is no rubbing movement.
Myth #3: Braces are inconvenient
Some types of braces are fixed to your teeth permanently, but Invisalign braces are removable. This means you are able to eat whatever foods you fancy and brush and floss thoroughly without any worry of missing any areas due to braces.
Myth #4: Braces are expensive
Here at Simply Teeth, we understand that dental services such as braces can be costly. Our prices are always competitive, and our pricing system is completely transparent. We offer a range of payment plans to enable you to be able to afford any of our treatments.
So, why not take one step forward towards the smile you deserve. If you are interested in further information on Invisalign in Essex, contact Simply Teeth today.