Teeth straightening that doesn’t run your life

When you decide to have braces to straighten your teeth, you may think you are committing yourself to months of inconvenience, discomfort and self-consciousness. None of that sounds very appealing, especially if you are an adult who needs to look smart and professional for their job.

None of this needs to be the case, either, if you choose Invisalign in Luton with us at Vogue Dental Care. There is much about this braces treatment that is convenient, comfy and hassle-free. Let’s take a look at the advantages of getting your teeth straightened with Invisalign in Luton.

No need to be self-conscious

One of the most appealing aspects to Invisalign is that these mouth guard-style aligners are made of ultra-thin, transparent plastic. Once you snap them on over your teeth, they become unnoticeable. No one will see them, and they won’t interfere with your speech. So, unless you want to tell people about Invisalign in Luton, you get to keep your teeth straightening treatment strictly private. You may want to take them out for very special occasions, but there really is no need.

No need to change your diet

One of the problems with fixed braces – brackets cemented onto the teeth with wire strung between them – is that they can make eating a bit tricky. Food can get stuck and you can find yourself spending ages cleaning them up. Also, if you choose clear brackets, they can become discoloured by tea, coffee, and wine. None of this happens with Invisalign because you remove them whenever you need to eat, or drink anything other than water. You do need to clean your teeth after every meal, but you don’t need to avoid certain foods for months on end.

All you have to do is make sure you wear your aligners for at least 20 hours a day to stay on schedule with your treatment.

No need for endless appointments

Because the aligners come in a series that adjust the teeth, you don’t need to waste time coming back to us for adjustments. We need to see you, but not as often as if you were using fixed braces.