At Riverwood Dental, we understand that having a beautiful smile is important to you. But did you know that there are many benefits to straightening your teeth, beyond just aesthetics?
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How A Straight Smile Affects Your Overall Appearance
A beautiful smile is one of the first things that people notice about you. It’s an important part of your overall appearance and can affect how people perceive you. A straight smile conveys confidence and can make you appear more approachable and friendly. It can also make you look younger and healthier. A straightened smile contributes to boosted self-esteem, making you feel better about yourself and positively impacting your mental well-being.
How A Straight Smile Affects Your Overall Health
It’s no secret that a straight smile is aesthetically pleasing. But did you know that it can also affect your overall health? That’s right—the alignment of your teeth and jaw can actually impact your physical well-being. For example, straight teeth are easier to clean, which helps to prevent gum disease and tooth decay. Misaligned teeth can also cause TMJ, or temporomandibular joint disorder, which can lead to headaches, neck pain, and even earaches. So, not only can a straight smile improve your appearance, but it can also improve your health!
Why You Should Use OrthoFX™ Clear Aligners
Now that you know all of the benefits of a straight smile, you may be wondering how to achieve one. There are many options out there, but we believe that OrthoFX clear aligners are the best way to achieve the smile of your dreams. Here’s why:
Made from clear, invisible polymer, OrthoFX aligners are virtually undetectable. You can straighten your teeth without anyone knowing.
- Simple Process
The treatment process with OrthoFX clear aligners is simple and convenient. You simply wear your aligners between 20-22 hours per day and watch the magic happen; no further steps are involved!
OrthoFX clear aligners are removable, so you can take them out to eat, drink, brush, and floss. This means that you can maintain your normal oral hygiene routine without any extra effort.
- Enhanced Comfort
OrthoFX clear aligners are more comfortable than metal braces. There are no wires or brackets to rub against your gums and cheeks, and you won’t have to worry about food getting stuck in your braces.
- Accelerated Results
Unlike other clear aligner systems, the OrthoFX treatment plan is designed for patients to progress through aligners weekly rather than bi-weekly. This produces faster results, so you can achieve your dream smile in no time!
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
How long does the OrthoFX treatment take?
The duration varies, but OrthoFX’s weekly progression typically leads to faster results than other systems.
Are OrthoFX aligners painful?
OrthoFX aligners are more comfortable than metal braces, with no wires or brackets causing discomfort.
Can I remove the aligners for special occasions?
Yes, OrthoFX aligners are removable, offering flexibility for special occasions.
Do OrthoFX aligners affect speech?
No, their design ensures minimal impact on speech, making them discreet and comfortable.
How often should I wear the aligners?
To achieve optimal results, wear OrthoFX aligners for 20-22 hours per day.
Other benefits of choosing this system include the integration of AI monitoring to ensure treatment is on track. Rather than needing to schedule regular in-person appointments, you can simply use the app to review your progress or speak to a doctor at the click of a button!
If you’re an adult 18 years of age or older and are interested in learning more about how OrthoFX clear aligners can help you achieve a straighter, healthier smile, contact our Atlanta, GA office today! We would be happy to answer any of your questions and help you get started on the path to a beautiful smile.
What Conditions Benefit from Orthodontic Aligner Treatment?
Most people have a slight overbite. But when your front upper teeth significantly cover your lower teeth, you’re at higher risk for injury, pain while chewing, and speech problems.
An underbite can cause problems with chewing and digestion and increased wear and tear on your front teeth.
A crossbite isn’t just a cosmetic issue. Misaligned teeth can cause pain and increase the likelihood of tooth decay.
- Gap Teeth
Gap teeth can cause pockets to form between the teeth and gums where food gets stuck. This causes sore and tender gums and even leads to gum disease.
- Open Bite
An open bite can cause problems chewing, increased wear and tear on back teeth, and speech problems.
- Crowded Teeth
Crowded teeth are difficult to brush and floss. Plaque accumulation in inaccessible areas can cause tooth decay, bleeding gums, or bone loss.