Invisalign® has been created to straighten teeth comfortably and with the freedom to do all of the activities you love without any hassles. Here our Delta dentists explain more about Invisalign for busy lifestyles.
You don't need to deal with the hassle of traditional metal braces to straighten your smile! Invisalign's clear aligners can straighten your teeth without bulky metal wires and brackets. With Invisalign, as long as you wear your aligners for the prescribed 20-22 hours every day you will be able to straighten your teeth without compromising on comfort or disrupting your favourite activities.
Smile Confidently While You Straighten Your Teeth
Invisalign custom aligners are almost completely Invisible when worn, so you will be able to smile with confidence even while you are undergoing your orthodontic treatment. Whether you're a model smiling for the camera or a business person meeting clients, with Invisalign clear aligners you will never have to feel self-conscious about your orthodontic treatment.
Enjoy the Foods You Love While Straightening Your Smile
Invisalign's clear custom aligners are removable. Unlike with traditional metal braces, you won't have to cut out any of the foods you love in order to straighten your smile. Going to the movies? Simply remove your aligners and store them in their handy case while you enjoy your popcorn and soft drink.
Playing an Instrument is No Problem with Invisalign
Musicians who play wind instruments can find adjusting to traditional metal braces difficult. Thanks to the convenience of removable aligners, when you choose Invisalign to straighten your smile you can just pop your aligners out and store them in their case whenever it's time to play.
Have the Game of Your Life while Straightening Your Smile
No matter what sport you play, your game won't be disrupted by bulky wires and brackets. Simply remove your aligners and store them in their case while you play. Our Delta dentists always recommend that patients who play contact sports wear a protective sports mouth guard while playing, in order to protect their teeth and mouth from injury.