It is no secret that braces are expensive. Many teens who need braces go without them simply due to their parents’ inability to afford their installation and upkeep. That means there are a lot of adults out there who have less than straight teeth.
You might think that you have to get braces as a teenager or live with misaligned teeth for the rest of your life. But you would be wrong. There is actually no age limit on fixing your smile and aligning your teeth perfectly. You may not want to have metal in your mouth as an adult, but there are other options.
Invisalign Has No Age Limit
Invisalign is a type of clear plastic retainer used to straighten teeth over time. Most teens and adults who use Invisalign find they achieve the desired results within six to twelve months of starting treatment. Some people who have more crooked teeth or an overbite may need treatment for a longer period.
Thousands of adults have discovered what they look like with a straight and great-looking smile using Invisalign retainers. It doesn’t matter if you are 20, 30, 40, or even 50-something. If your teeth are otherwise healthy and you want straight teeth for yourself, you can use Invisalign to successfully align your teeth to where they were meant to be.
Invisalign Doesn’t Break the Bank
Invisalign retainers are not horribly expensive. You can get the exam and cleaning you need to get started with our experienced dental office. Then, we will order your first Invisalign retainer. As your teeth straighten, you will need to purchase additional retainers to keep the process going. How many retainers you need depends on how misaligned your teeth are at the beginning of treatment.
If you are interested in having a straight and true smile, contact us today for an exam and consultation. We will be happy to assist you and explain your options.
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