Invisalign at Your Local Dental Clinic
Invisalign status provider systems are not just based on some arbitrary sales target but on the successful implementation of their orthodontic products.
Their partnership system works with local clinics all around the world and they provide the manufacturing expertise and software engineering that allows Invisalign to produce aligners that clear and provide results.
We recommend that these aligners should be used with the oversight of a dentist Sydney CBD.
Related: What is Invisalign?
Too many online dental aligner companies have fallen into the trap of providing their aligners directly to patients based on poorly executed DIY home moulding kits.
This has led to some controversy around the dental aligner. As these aligners are fabricated but home moulding kits with the treatment schedule managed by little more than a calendar app, they often fall short of achieving the orthodontic potential that can be achieved in a regular clinic.
And it’s because of the consistent achievement of Invisalign products that many dental teams have been awarded with diamond provider status.
So, if you are looking for the best orthodontic results with this aligner, ask your local surgery if they can offer it and avoid online providers.
Why Do Dental Teams Like Invisalign?
The truth is that Invisalign products are excellent in quality, especially in relation to their manufacturing and the speed of their turnover. Without them, dental professionals would not be able to offer clear aligners which have become more and more popular with adult orthodontic patients.
Their clear aligner system allows dental patients to receive orthodontic treatment in a subtle and practical way, each of the aligners is only designed to be worn for two weeks as part of a long serious because of this relatively short time period of use they can be very thin and light without any risk of them wearing out whereas standard orthodontic braces have to be fairly robust.
The aligner itself is also accompanied by a full range of other technologies, such as an app that you can use to track your progress in parallel with your dental team (thus freeing up appointments) and it also comes with predictive software.
Once the images of your teeth have been entered onto a computer, orthodontists can predict the movement pattern more accurately, providing you and your local team with a more accurate, predictive model.
This makes clear aligners very subtle and easier to wear in everyday life. Actually, if you live in the Sydney area you may have spoken to an Invisalign patient in the street and not even realised they were wearing an aligner.
Dental teams also appreciate that the clear aligner is not a silver bullet and they will always put the needs of their patients first.
Aligners are best suited to the front four teeth for mild-to-moderate misalignment; anything more severe would require a traditional brace and professionals are always clear with people when explaining their treatment needs and their expectations.
That said, you may be more suited to what is known as a combination treatment, by starting orthodontic care using traditional braces, quickly transferring over to clear aligners when the more challenging aspects of the orthodontic procedure are completed.
Any surgical or invasive procedure carries risks. Before proceeding you should seek a second opinion from an appropriately qualified health practitioner.