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Invisalign Orthodontics

As you undergo Invisalign, you will use a series of aligners that will be changed every two weeks. These aligners are created to your exact specifications, so they will gradually move your teeth to their proper positions. Because these aligners are custom-made just for you based on a plan created by your qualified dentist, you can be sure the results will be exactly what you’re looking for. Invisalign is the ideal option for those who are looking to transform their smile. There are other options available, but Invisalign is often a preferred option due to its easy of use and invisibility.

Invisalign is the easiest way to change your smile with less interruption to your daily life. This method of straightening your teeth is extremely versatile, correcting a vast array of orthodontic and dental issues. This treatment has been used by millions of individuals.

The good news is your confidence isn’t the only benefit you will see after you have used Invisalign. Correcting the alignment of your teeth will have a positive impact on your overall health as well. There are several conditions Invisalign can correct.

  • Overcrowding — If your jaw doesn’t have the room to accommodate all of your teeth, you may experience this condition. If you don’t treat it, the overcrowding can lead to more tooth decay, which increases the chances of developing gum disease, as well as negatively impacts the function of your teeth. Our Invisalign dentist will help you correct this issue.
  • Wide Spacing — Gaps in your teeth can be caused by abnormal growth of the jaw or due to missing teeth for other issues. Unfortunately, this can cause your remaining teeth to shift. These spacing issues can lead to periodontal disease if left untreated.
  • Crossbite — If the upper and lower jaws are misaligned, one or several of the teeth in the upper jaw may close inside the lower teeth. This can happen at the front or either side, along with a combination of those areas.
  • Overbite — Also called an “overjet” by dental professionals, the overbite results when the upper teeth extend beyond the lower teeth. This can be caused by overdevelopment of the bones that support the teeth, genetics or bad oral habits, such as thumb-sucking. Leaving this condition unchecked can result in gum irritation or other problems, excessive wear on the lower teeth or painful jaw and joint problems. It can also lead to gum disease and bone loss over time.
  • Underbite — The opposite of an overbite, the underbite results when the lower teeth extend beyond the upper teeth. This can be caused by undergrowth of the upper jaw, overgrowth in the lower jaw or a combination of the two. Missing upper teeth can also produce this effect. Unfortunately, an underbite can negatively impact the function of the front teeth or molars, leading to uneven tooth wear. Painful joint and jaw problems may also occur.

If you are suffering from any of these problems, our Invisalign dentists are ready to serve Chicago, Lakeview, and Waukegan, IL, residents.

Chicago Office

(773) 528-0068

1426 West Belmont Ave. #1
Chicago, IL 60657 familydentalcare60657@gmail.com

Waukegan Office

(847) 360-1610

2841 Grand Ave.
Waukegan, IL 60085 familydentalcare2841@gmail.com
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