Are You An Adult That Needs Braces? Have You Considered Invisalign? It used to be that we didn't have a choice when it came to braces. Well maybe a choice in the rubber bands, but as far as the "metal mouth" went we really couldn't choose to make it look less obvious. But lately they have come out with something that's called Invisalign. I'm assuming most people know what this is because it has been out for a few years, but just in case some people don't - the name says it all. These are essentially "invisible" braces.
You can't actually tell if a person is wearing these or not unless you get really close and even then it's iffy! This is a terrific choice for adults that want to get their teeth fixed and straightened out, but they really don't want to deal with the original look of braces and nowadays you see a lot more people wearing the Invisalign rather than the metal brace options. I guess it also depends on you as well.
Regular braces are rather painful at the beginning, plus you can also expect things like not being able to eat certain foods, and experience gums bleeding for a few days until they get used to the wires and sensitivity. However painful, braces also are going to stay on for a specific amount of time. Usually anywhere from 5 weeks on up to a few years.
Whereas the Invisalign is supposed to be less painful to wear and "put on", but you also have to take them off every 2 weeks. So in the end it's probably going to depend on you and what you and your doctor discuss together. One thing you can do or rather should do is find a local Brooklyn Orthodontist. Once you find an NYC braces orthodontist you will be able to make an appointment with the doctor, which is going to allow you to discuss the different treatments, how they work, what's going to be the best for you, different pricing options, etc.
I also think it's an important step to physically visit different doctors as well because this is going to give you a chance to get to know them and help you make the decision if this would be the right person for you. Sounds a little odd, but I have a deathly fear of dentists. I hate them! However, I now have a doctor who is a very nice guy, very gentle with me, and he explains everything before he does it - and for me this is why he is a perfect fit for me and my teeth.
In the past I have had non-talkative doctors or ones that were rough with my teeth and it just made me not want to go anymore! Hence, where the deathly fear came from! So it's important to not only look online and see who is available and see what other people say, but it's also important to have a first visit with the doctor and see if you have a good professional chemistry with each other. This is going to be a person that is going to be working on your teeth for a long time coming - you want to make sure it's someone you feel comfortable with!
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