Invisalign braces in Richmond

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Richmond Invisalign

Many people want to improve the way their smile looks, and depending on specific characteristics, accomplishing this may involve different treatments. In some cases, people may require multiple treatments or procedures before getting the smile they want. For people who have slightly crooked teeth, correcting them has never been easier. With Richmond Invisalign, people can straighten their teeth without anyone else even noticing that they are wearing braces at all. Here with the help of our dentist, Dr. Fred Ballou, you can learn more about Invisalign braces and how they can potentially change your life.

Richmond Invisalign

There are many different types of braces, though the most commonly used and the most commonly thought of are far from invisible. There are plenty of people who do not mind the appearance of traditional metal braces because they are so commonplace, but there are plenty of others who may even put off correcting their teeth all together just because of the way these braces look. For people concerned with their appearance, Richmond Invisalign can help to correct crooked teeth in the subtlest way possible. Like traditional braces, Invisalign braces gently guide teeth into place over a period of time, but instead of using brackets or wires, Invisalign uses plastic trays that are molded to fit over your teeth to do so. These trays are refitted and remade once every two weeks or so, and with each new set of trays, your teeth will continue to move gradually. Dr. Fred Ballou will make sure that your treatment plan is adjusted to meet your specific needs and that your progress reflects your requirements as well. With invisible braces, you won’t have to worry about changing other aspects of your appearance nor will you need to worry about getting food stuck in your teeth or having to adjust your brushing routine to accommodate brackets and wires.

If you are interested in learning more about Richmond Invisalign, call us to set up your preliminary visit with Dr. Fred Ballou today.