Believe it or not, gapped teeth, misaligned teeth, and crowded teeth are all conditions treated by Invisalign®. If you’ve avoided traditional orthodontic treatment because of brackets, wires, or rubber bands, Invisalign is worth looking into. At Omni Dental Specialty in Oxnard, California, the team of expert orthodontists regularly works with patients to correct bite and jaw conditions treated by Invisalign. To request your appointment today, call the office or click the online booking tool.
Invisalign® is a state-of-the-art orthodontic treatment that uses a series of thin, nearly invisible plastic aligners to straighten and align your teeth gradually. Traditional braces rely on brackets, wires, and rubber bands, but Invisalign uses SmartTrack®. SmartTrack is an FDA-approved thermoplastic that’s incredibly durable and free of all allergens, including BPA, BPS, latex, and gluten.
If you have mild or moderate orthodontic problems and you want to address them discreetly, you’re probably a good candidate for Invisalign treatment.
At Omni Dental Specialty, the orthodontists regularly prescribe Invisalign to correct:
You might also benefit from Invisalign treatment if you have a bite problem such as crossbite, open bite, underbite, or overbite.
If your jaw doesn’t have enough room to fit all of your teeth, they might bunch up, overlap, or twist. Not only does this negatively impact the appearance of your smile, but it also makes brushing and flossing more difficult.
Invisalign aligners can fix crowded teeth. The team at Omni Dental Specialty creates a custom set of aligners that fit the unique contours of your teeth and gums. Slowly but surely, they apply pressure to your teeth, moving them into place.
If you have extra space between one or more of your teeth, you have gapped teeth. When you have gapped teeth, pockets develop that collect food and plaque. Without proper care, these pockets may cause cavities or gum disease.
Invisalign oral aligners can close gaps between teeth. Before Invisalign treatment, your Omni Dental Specialty provider creates a custom mold of your teeth. Every 1-2 weeks, you return to the office to receive a new set of Invisalign aligners. Over a few months’ time, the aligners gradually close the gaps between your teeth.
If you have misaligned teeth, you’re more likely to bite your cheeks, tongue, and lips when chewing or biting. Crooked or twisted teeth are also harder to clean.
Invisalign aligners address misaligned teeth by placing just the right amount of force and pressure on them. Over time, this straightens and aligns them, restoring your smile to a healthier and more aesthetically pleasing condition.
Yes. The team at Omni Dental Specialty also uses Invisalign aligners to correct common bite problems, including:
If you’re interested in having an orthodontic treatment plan designed just for you, make an appointment at Omni Dental Specialty today by calling the office or clicking the online booking tool. It’s the first step toward a more confident smile.