Invisalign Reviews: TimeThe other benefit of this amazing form of cosmetic dentistry is that the braces are invisible, so your vanity can remain in tact! From your Invisalign reviews we we estimate it should only take between six months and one year – ask your cosmetic dentist what he/she reckons as it depends on your teeth.
You can take them out when you eat and drink if it is more comfortable for you.
Invisalign can help you get the great smile you've always wanted because it's powerful in the same way that metal braces are, without the embarrassment of wearing the ‘old school style’. Finally cosmetic dentistry has caught up with fashion and understands that adults don’t want to look bad for a whole year to get a good smile!
Invisalign Reviews: How often do I need to wear 'em?The only down side is that you need to be committed to having the braces in your mouth all of the time (except for when eating), rather than taking them out as you are able to. In order to get the best results, your cosmetic dentist should advise you to not mess with them so they can do the hard work.
Invisalign Reviews: The Price TagThe only other bad news is the cost. At the moment this form of cosmetic dentistry can cost $3500 and upwards. However, consider the long term impact on your smile and confidence before proceeding. If you get offered a great financing package (low or no interest) which increasingly cosmetic dentists are offering for invisible braces then jump at it.
Invisalign Reviews: Get StartedYou will begin by getting your cosmetic dentist to take dental impressions and photographs before sending them to his supplier who will perform a CT scan and then create a 3-D model which you will apply to your teeth. Invisalign invisible braces is not a messy or painful form of cosmetic dentistry so don’t be nervous.
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Posted at 1:08pm on Tuesday, December 11th, 2012
When you're in uncomfortable position and have got no money to go out from that point, you would need to receive the personal loans. Because it would help you definitely. I get small business loan every time I need and feel myself OK just because of that.
Posted at 9:57pm on Monday, October 22nd, 2012
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Posted at 11:37am on Monday, October 22nd, 2012
HELPPPP im getting brea**oon but i want them behind my teethshould i call the ortho in advance and tell him or just wait on the day of the appointement and then tell him ?????
Posted at 10:48am on Monday, October 22nd, 2012
Was totlaly stuck until I read this, now back up and running.
Posted at 8:00pm on Sunday, October 21st, 2012
Posted at 5:42am on Sunday, October 21st, 2012
Gina, I love your blog. I was cruzing Anne Ps blog and vsteiid yours from your tweets. I hope you don't mind.I am so envious of you girls that blog. I wish I knew how to blog and how to go about it. I am a senior and have lost 45 pounds since last July. I walk every day, Zumba 2 times wk. Kbells 2 times week and HipHop 1 day per wk. I love getting ideas from you girls. I am 61 but feel 31. I am trying out different blogs every day to see if I can fit your ideas into my lifestyle. I just started yoga last month (beginning) and I can already touch my toes in a sitting position on the floor. Yea. You don't look like you have weight issues to me Gina. I am going to visit your site again soon if that is ok.
Posted at 5:39am on Sunday, October 21st, 2012
Posted at 3:09am on Sunday, October 21st, 2012
The first thing they do is take impressions of your teeth. It's like a mold of your teeth. They use this to make a czirutepmoed model of your teeth which Dr. Carter uses to plan your treatment. Then they make the custom aligners. Each set of aligners is changed out after 2 weeks time. Each set makes a small adjustment to your teeth which over time makes a huge improvement to your smile. Does that answer your question?
Posted at 12:46am on Sunday, October 21st, 2012
Having Veneers is really good than other trtnemeats with a good team cosmetic dentist and their proper procedures and steps to provide their customers the best and good result of smile. They have the same treatment and procedure just like my brothers dentist here inï»¿ California, LA. If you are in California, LA area this is my dentist website at valleycosmeticdentist
Posted at 2:44pm on Saturday, October 20th, 2012
I recently had inlaisvign (I'm in my 20's) and they did a great job of straightening my teeth and I'm mostly happy with the outcome.I thought you might like to know the things that they don't tell you..... to get your teeth straight so quickly they do actually drill part of some teeth away. At one point I had a 3mm gap between my front teeth (which made taking the aligner out extremely embarrassing). It also took a while to get used to the different shape of my teeth!Invisalign also makes your teeth extremely sensitive and weakens them significantly. For months I couldn't bite into an apple without worrying that my teeth would literally break in half! Now I have to use sensitive and enamel building toothpaste as when they remove the glue fixtures which are bonded to your teeth they end up taking a bit of enamel too, or leaving glue stuck on there.Also - it hurts. I've had kids so I know what pain is, and this really hurts! Every fortnight when you change aligners your teeth hurt for a good 24-48 hours. To the point where you don't want to remove or replace the aligner as it brings tears to the eyes. It gave me headaches too. As an adult I was obviously disciplined with this but with your teen you will really need to make sure they are only taking it out to brush and eat.When we originally signed up we were told that we would only need to wear a retainer for 6 months but this is a total lie, if I miss a night without my retainer it is noticeably tighter the next day and I will definitely be using one forever (but they only provide 1 on completion of the treatment so you will need to go and get more made up)So if I'd had the option, knowing what I know now, as a teenager I think I'd have gone for regular braces with all of my friends. Invisalign is great, but hard. And if you lose an aligner then you're in trouble. One time I put mine in my napkin at a restaurant and they cleared it away! I had to run into the kitchen, thankfully they hadn't put in in the bin yet!Good luck whatever he decides :)
Posted at 8:46pm on Thursday, March 22nd, 2012
If you are willing to buy a car, you will have to receive the credit loans. Moreover, my mother all the time uses a short term loan, which supposes to be really firm.
Posted at 8:34pm on Thursday, March 22nd, 2012
I think that to get the loans from creditors you must have a great motivation. Nevertheless, once I have got a commercial loan, because I wanted to buy a bike.
Posted at 9:04am on Monday, January 30th, 2012
Always the best ctonent from these prodigious writers.
Posted at 12:45am on Sunday, December 18th, 2011
Invisalign will work. I have had severe crowding on the bottom and crooked on the top. I've had my tops for a few months and just started on the bottom after having a tooth extracted. It works but you have to wear them all the time unless you're eating. I drink everything while they're in and brush 3 times a day. No staining problems. The only real pain is the first day of a new tray. The urge to bite down is somewhat annoying but that goes away after your teeth adjust and move with the new tray. The mental anguish of having a bad smile is way more pain than what invisalign can give even on your worst day. I'm 42 and I look forward to each new tray. I'm one more closer to a great smile.
Posted at 4:09am on Saturday, October 29th, 2011
I've been wearing invisalign for 14 months. I feel like most people here have given invisalign very negative reviews and I feel like that's very unfair. Invisalign is designed for someone who doesn't want traditional braces and is a wonderful product. I'm finished with 7 aligners on the bottom and am currently on tray 29 of 36 on the top. Although there may be a few negatives, the positives by far outweigh the negatives. I think my teeth will be very straight when I get done with the last tray. My bite isn't perfect. I still have too much of an overbite. However, I am 38 and didn't want traditional braces. So I feel like invisalign gave me something that I would never have had otherwise... a nice smile. My invisalign cost about the same as traditional braces. I have priced them for my 11 year old daughter and they are about the same. I will not allow her to get invisalign and wouldn't recommend them for anyone in middle or high school. First, if an aligner is lost, it's over $100 to replace.. plus lost time. Also, I don't see how at school a kid would have time to brush as he/she is supposed to.. they barely have enough time to eat lunch. Plus my daughter would be too embarrassed to go into the bathroom and whip out her toothbrush! Also I wonder if some who have had negative experiences about their teeth not moving properly have worn them like they were supposed to. Invisalign is a commitment and if you aren't going to wear them all the time, then don't waste your money.
Posted at 1:44pm on Tuesday, September 13th, 2011
At last, smonoee comes up with the "right" answer!
Mary Jane Nebraska
Posted at 4:41pm on Monday, September 5th, 2011
My teeth were pretty bad, and I was assigned to wear 33 trays on top and 37 trays on the bottom. My top teeth are great, my bottom, no so hot. I had one tooth that was very bad, and hadn't moved as it should. I had revisions done, and then finally the tooth moved after a button and elastics. However, I am on the last tray, the tooth is still not straight and I asked for revisions AGAIN, and doubt that Invisilign will agree to do them and want extra money to make them (Mind you, I paid $4,000 and was told that unlimited revisions were included in that price). I admit my teeth are much better. However, if Invisilign will not revise without an additional charge, I will just get a spacer put in and go to an orthodontist. DO NOT GO TO A DENTIST TO DO THESE!!!! HEED THE WARNINGS MENTIONED ABOVE and go to an orthodonist, especially if you have a cross-bite and severely crowded teeth!!! I wish I would have. PS I keep my trays in almost 24 hours a day and only take them out to eat. Since it is a pain to floss and brush everytime you eat/drink...I eat/snack less...Invisilign, s***s at straightening teeth but great at starvation induced weight loss!!!!
keisha anthony trinidad
Posted at 6:56pm on Friday, September 2nd, 2011
I wish i could have that joy to smile.
Marcia New York City
Posted at 3:14am on Thursday, August 11th, 2011
I just started the system last week, but know several people who went through the process and are EXTREMELY happy with the results. I'm 56 years old, and the other users I know are older as well. So far, I find the braces a bit annoying when I focus on them, but don't notice them at all when I'm otherwise involved. My course of treatment is projected at 7 months, and I'm beyond thrilled that for once in my life I may be able to smile freely! Since I've lived with my wonky teeth for 5+ decades, any improvement will be a delight.
Posted at 3:29pm on Wednesday, July 13th, 2011
Also if you REALLY want to get a good Ortho or Dentist that KNOWS what he or she is doing go to Invisalign.com and go to "find dentist" and type in your zip code. Preferred dentists or orthos are one the site. If the dentist you went to is not on there. well then... i guess we know why your invisalign isn't working out very well...
Posted at 3:24pm on Wednesday, July 13th, 2011
I have had my invisalign for one week now. I am on my first set of trays 10 upper and 10 lower. I got my attachements put on immediatly, and got used to them right away.
kev k i am a human
Posted at 10:42pm on Sunday, May 29th, 2011
on tray 25 of 27 wot the f*** i wud rather poo my pants every day of the week than waste f***ing hard earned cash on this s***. i hope ive bin great help freaks bot faced bastards u r all stupid pigs with messed up teeth good look with your s*** treatment. good f***ing bye losers i bot fruit salid and i eat lots of gud fish and s***. dont waste your cash on this product its like buying a good fish and leaving with a emtey bag. yawn yawn invisalghn pig faces. i need a poo. im sour. i bum salad me. yawn invisaline u stink
Posted at 9:38pm on Friday, May 27th, 2011
I've had my Invisalign braces for 15 months now and I am very disappointed with the results, my incisors are still prominent and my overbite large. I feel that there is still much corrective work to do be done, but I only have 4 more weeks of treatment left (top set).
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