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What Orthodontic Issues Can Invisalign® Correct?

 Invisalign® has transformed the smiles of over 10 million teens and adults in the United States since its introduction 25 years ago. That includes many celebrities, such as Tom Cruise, Justin Bieber, and Serena Williams. 

Can these nearly invisible, game-changing aligners correct your orthodontic issues? The board-certified dentists at Trident Dental in Houston, TX, can advise you. Here they offer an overview of everything you need to know about Invisalign. 

Benefits of Invisalign over metal braces? 

Among the most popular reasons Trident Dental patients love Invisalign are that they’re:

The most common orthodontic issues fixed with Invisalign

So what exactly can Invisalign accomplish?  Here are some of the most common problems:

Invisalign does have some limitations. Traditional braces may be a better option for specific complex orthodontic issues, such as severely rotated teeth, excessive overcrowding, or significant gaps between teeth. Also, some prior dental work, such as a dental bridge or porcelain dental veneers, may make Invisalign unsuitable. 

Learn whether you’re a candidate for Invisalign

If you're unhappy with the alignment of your teeth, the experts at Trident Dental can determine whether Invisalign is an option for you. To book a consultation, call the office or book an appointment online today.

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