|The invisalign treatment requies some certain procedures, that use a direct force to your teeth, making them to relocate. The process starts from a computer-generated picture of what your teeth will appear at every period of treatment. To begin with invisalign treatment it’s not necessary to visit an orthodontist, an ordinary dentist can also prescribe for you the way of cure. Every two weeks you have to change trays. And every six weeks you should make a visit to your dentist to ascertain that the treatment is making progress as planned. After your treatment is complete, you will bear a retainer to make certain that your new smile takes a proper position.|
Invisalign trays are actually invisible on your eyes, because they made of translucent plastic. They are removable, so you can take them off while eating, drinking, brushing and flossing. Invisalign trays can be appropriate for patients with an incorrect bite and configuration.
Invisalign is a method of orthodontic therapy known as an "invisible" way of straightening teeth without using traditional braces. Instead it uses a series of clear custom made-up aligners intended to move teeth step by step and in sequence to their desired position.
An orthodontist begins the treatment by taking dental imitations, X-rays and photographs of the patient's teeth and sending them to Align Technology. The imitations are put through a CT scan from which a computer creates a three dimensional model. Technicians then individualize the teeth in the computer model and move them to their final position as prescribed by the orthodontist. Custom software then replicates the movement of the teeth in stages. The orthodontist reviews the replication online using Align Technology's ClinCheck via a web browser and approves the treatment. Once approved a plastic resin aligner is manufactured for each stage of the computer replication and shipped to the orthodontist.
Average treatment time is not more than a year, depending on the complexity of the treatment. Simple treatments (minor crowding, minor spacing) may be as short as six months. Despite the aligners are removable, they must be worn constantly to avoid delaying the treatment process. If aligners are not worn constantly, treatment time will enlarge.