Are You a Good Candidate for Invisalign?
By Lynch Dental Center
November 20, 2018
Category: Dental Procedures
Tags: braces   invisalign  

InvisalignOrthodontic problems are usually associated with children and teenagers, when getting braces is most common and generally accepted as a rite of passage. However, adults are not immune to bite and alignment problems that require treatment. The problem is that for many older teenagers and adults, the prospect of wearing traditional metallic braces is not appealing for both professional and personal reasons. That's where Invisalign clear aligner trays come in. The dentists at Lynch Dental Center Dr. John Lynch, Dr. Sheila Lynch, and Dr. Fran Lynch offer orthodontic, cosmetic, and general dentistry services in River Forest and Chicago, IL.

Get Straighter Teeth with Invisalign 

There are a number of malocclusions (bite and alignment issues) that require orthodontic treatment, some of which are more severe than others and are best treated with traditional orthodontics. Invisalign is a good option for mild to moderate problems such as:

  • Crowding
  • Overbite
  • Underbite
  • Gaps
  • Open bite
  • Crossbite

A dental exam is the best way to determine whether Invisalign is the right option for your situation.

Benefits of Invisalign Clear Aligner Trays

Most people are drawn to Invisalign because they are the least invasive and most discreet option available to get straighter teeth. But there are a number of additional benefits that make Invisalign the ideal choice for many teenagers and adults. The trays can be removed for up to two hours a day, so there are no dietary restrictions like with braces. You can also continue to brush and floss, maintaining your oral hygiene routine throughout the treatment period. In some cases, the length of time it takes to straighten your teeth with Invisalign can be shorter than with traditional braces.

If you're ready to invest in a straighter, healthier smile - without getting braces - contact Lynch Dental Center today to schedule an appointment with one of our dentists by calling (708) 366-6411 in River Forest or (312) 263-3235 in Chicago.

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