dental care


Question by  ao (54)

What can you tell me about Invialign for just the upper teeth?


Answer by  bigwig (654)

You could probably get Invisalign for just your upper teeth. Your orthodontist can make a mold of your teeth from a spongy substance, use a computer to change it a little to your desired teeth configuration (in steps), and make a plastic mold. If your bottom teeth are already straight there's no reason they would need one.


Answer by  kbo (401)

Invisalign works in the same manner as braces to straighten the teeth and make them look better. However, Invisalign is an "invisible" clear retainer that others will not notice you wearing.


Answer by  yurika (137)

Just as braces can be used to adjust specific teeth, so can Invisalign. The dentist will create impression molds of the upper teeth. Then a Invisalign devices will be created. These devices are progressive. Each one will be wore for a period of time, in succession. This will allow for gradual correction of the upper teeth.


Answer by  mahavin (589)

Invialign could be defined as the series of removable and clear aligners which is advocated by orthodontists and dentists in straightening the teeth.

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