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 6:01am on Saturday, May 14th, 2011
Posted at 5:40am on Saturday, May 14th, 2011
kev k england
Posted at 6:43pm on Thursday, May 12th, 2011
on tray 7 of 27 teeth have moved loads i bot Invisalign there great. still got on long b**** of a year left like. hope ive bin a great help losers and j***s
Posted at 5:40pm on Thursday, May 12th, 2011
No more s***. All posts of this qulatiy from now on
Posted at 4:13am on Thursday, May 12th, 2011
Posted at 8:28pm on Wednesday, May 11th, 2011
That's 2 cevler by half and 2x2 clever 4 me. Thanks!
Posted at 10:52am on Wednesday, May 11th, 2011
You're the gaertset! JMHO
Posted at 4:52am on Wednesday, May 11th, 2011
Thank God! Soomnee with brains speaks!
Laura King George, VA
Posted at 12:48am on Tuesday, May 10th, 2011
My advice is, after throwing away over $5,000 on Invisalign braces on my daughter's teeth and ultimately having to spend another $5,000 to have her use conventional braces, do not consult with a dentist first to find out if Invisalign will work in your case. See an orthodontist. I did speak initially with an orthodontist with whom we'd been consulting while my kids were young and we knew they'd need braces someday. When the kids were teens, they wanted to learn more about Invisalign; but the orthodontist didn't offer them and didn't seem to know much about them. We took our kids to the local dentist to whom my husband was going at the time, who offered Invisalign. She examined both my daughter's and son's teeth and enthusiastically proclaimed they were both good candidates for Invisalign braces. I pointed out how crowded both my daughter's and son's bottom teeth were, and she said that was not a problem. Said my daughter would be done with the upper trays in just a little over a year and the bottom trays in just a few more months after that. At the end of the supply of upper trays, her top teeth, which were not that bad to begin with, still did not get pulled completely straight. Dentist said she needed revisions (I think that's what she called them) to complete the straightening. This meant another round of pictures and impressions of her teeth (a nasty process) and another set of trays. At one visit after this, the dentist filed down the side of one of my daughter's incisors to the gumline such that the tooth lost its shape and looks weird. Didn't consult with me first, just did it and told me that it was necessary to help the movement of the teeth into position with the braces. This was very painful for my daughter who told me later she was in tears and asking dentist to stop, but the woman told her she had to file it down just a little more. After a few more months, her upper teeth looked about the same, not quite aligned, and dentist told us that was the best we were going to get. My daughter now had a small gap next to that incisor. Meanwhile, when my daughter finished the trays for her bottom teeth, the result was very disappointing. Still quite crooked. More pictures and impressions of her bottom teeth. More trays. Her teeth weren't budging. Dentist then informed us that she'd need to put "buttons" on the front and back of certain of my daughter's bottom teeth and would cut notches in the trays in order to loop rubber bands around the buttons from the front to the back over the trays. She assured us that she'd had to do this with other patients, and this method would work to pull the teeth up out of her gums in order to help the teeth move into proper position. This meant that now my daughter would have to work these rubber bands off and on every time she removed and replaced the braces. I had never heard of such a thing. We were now approaching a timeline where my daughter would have been done with conventional braces by now. As you can imagine, my daughter and I were fast losing any faith in this dentist and these braces. After a few more weeks of no noticeable changes, we stopped going back for any more trays (the dentist held the trays) and consulted with an orthodontist who offered Invisalign along with conventional braces. The orthodontist said my daughter was not a good candidate for Invisalign due to how crowded her teeth were and the fact that teeth had to be pulled up from the gum--Invisalign can't handle these conditions. He shook his head at the filed-down tooth. He remarked that the tooth should never have been filed down to the gumline and should not have had so much filed off of it (probably needn't have been filed at all). And don't get me started on those ridiculous buttons! My daughter got regular braces on her top and bottom teeth and was done with the process in about 2 years. Her teeth are perfectly straight and beautiful as you expect them to be after $5,000 on braces. She first got the Invisalign when she was 15 and was extremely conscientious about wearing them. Just finished some months back with regular braces at 20 years old. If you're interested in Invisalign braces, I urge you to first consult with an orthodontist who offers Invisalign as well as conventional braces for the following reasons: an orthodontist has the additional training needed to make a proper determination about what devices will properly achieve the results desired in each case; a dentist doesn't have that training and is only allowed to offer Invisalign braces. This results in a conflict of interest when they make a recommendation regarding their use in any specific case. If they are honest and tell you they're not a good choice in your case, they lose that potential income because they have no alternative to offer. Invisalign trains the dentists, but apparently does not turn anyone away when those pictures and impressions are received at the lab regardless of whether or not their product will work on each case. They're just out for the money. There does not appear to be any oversight at all on their part. So, in our case, the dentist abused our trust by recommending a product that was doomed to fail from the start, but she made a lot of money off us. In her determination to try to make the Invisalign braces work, she damaged my daughter's tooth which will now need repair. For these reasons, I question the ethics of any dentist being permitted to sell Invisalign braces. By the way, the dentist never contacted us to find out why my daughter hadn't returned to get her subsequent sets of trays. I'm sure she was glad to be rid of us because we'd gone way beyond the normal treatment protocols, and I'm sure it was cutting into her profit. The good news is that our son declined braces at that time, so we didn't throw away even more money! Needless to say, we do not use that dentist any longer. As far as Invisalign versus conventional braces, conventional braces have come such a long way in being discreet in appearance, so that aspect alone should not dissuade one from getting them. My daughter experienced a lot of discomfort when she first got Invisalign braces. They tore up the inside of her mouth and were very hard to get the hang of pulling out at first. Each new tray is painful when first inserted because it's moving teeth. This isn't any different from the pain one experiences when braces are tightened. In my daughter's case, she was amazed at how quickly she saw results when she got conventional braces; it seemed like a miracle compared to how slowly (and ultimately ineffectively) the Invisalign worked for her. But this was because they were never going to work to make the corrections her teeth needed. Based on additional research I've done since our daughter went through that experience, there are really only limited circumstances where Invisalign can be responsibly recommended, e.g., an adult who's had braces before and their teeth have gotten a little out of alignment over time or someone with very small correction needed. From what I've read, children or teenagers usually would not be a good fit for Invisalign. I hope my sharing of this experience will help others avoid similar pitfalls (and unnecessary loss of hard-earned money!).
Madison Century City (Los Angeles)
Posted at 11:50pm on Wednesday, April 20th, 2011
So far i have had invisalign for 24 hours, my teeth are shifting in every direction as we speak took affect right away. So far so good by I hope I have a beautiful smile when it's all said and done I hate my smile right now! Please work invisalign I need you!
kev k human
Posted at 8:58pm on Tuesday, March 22nd, 2011
im on tray 2 of 27 so far so gud first two r 3 days after changing to new aliner a little painful. no one at work has noticed yet wich is suprising because the bumps fixed on my teeth at all times look shocking. these bastards better work the total cost was £3600
Posted at 1:22am on Monday, March 7th, 2011
I've had invisiline braces for three and a half years now, and I'm not even close to finished. I expect that to get the kind of result I want, will need traditional braces. Bottom line, invisiline just does not have enough muscle, so if you have anything other than barely crooked teeth, don't do it.
Posted at 8:08pm on Wednesday, March 2nd, 2011
I started Jan 2009 I'm on the 15th set of Invisalign and they told me I'm half way of my treament.I only seen one tooth move on the back and its been 1 year and 2 months since i had them. My other teeths are still the same. They said after my half treatment i will see them move.. lets see i want this treatment to be done already but remember these invisalgn are not that clear you can tell you have them on...also alot of people had said it works... is some of ya had a front tooth on top of the other and is fixed.. email me i want to see how many ligners u used.. email@example.com
Posted at 2:57pm on Saturday, February 26th, 2011
Just finished my 16 of 16 trays of Invisalign and i dont like the result. Rather than wasteing more time in them I'm now getting wire braces and wish I had done them in the first place. If you want your teeth to look perfect dont waste your money on Invisalign.
jennie isle of man
Posted at 11:59pm on Tuesday, February 1st, 2011
Fantastic treatment..simple i paid 3500 and it was worth every penny my teeth are straight ,my smile better and i love my smile .I had my treatment at TRACEY BELL...www.traceybell.co.uk and they gave me lots of options costings and i am so glad i chose invisalign
Zobida Rahim Trinidad
Posted at 6:30pm on Monday, January 10th, 2011
I have to get invisilign by the end of the month, i want to know if it is very uncomfortable, because I am 53 years of age.
Posted at 2:02pm on Wednesday, December 15th, 2010
There are certain dentists that are accredited as Clinical Lectures. These guys are at the forefront of Invisalign and teach other dentists how to plan and use Invisalign. http://www.invisalign.co.uk/en/Find-Invisalign-Doctor/Pages/Search.aspx#
Posted at 10:49pm on Wednesday, November 3rd, 2010
Jose Estrada california
Posted at 3:02am on Tuesday, November 2nd, 2010
I just finished with my last aligner. Top teeth took 11 aligners. Bottom 22 aligners. My bottom teeth are not fully straight. They are straighter than before, but not as straight as my top teeth. if your teeth are pretty bad dont do it.
Posted at 1:39am on Friday, October 22nd, 2010
i dont know..i really want to gwt them i am 15 and i really want them..but readin some comments its scarin me..:( so i am still reading ur comments..but i still want them..HELP ME!!!!
Posted at 2:02pm on Sunday, September 5th, 2010
i have had braces for 4 yrs, all of highschool and was promised they'd be off before college! but they are still on and im very unhappy about it... i was considering finishing the treatment with invisalign, that way my case will be finished without rushing (my orthodontist is rushing, because well i insisted) but it seems that was a waste now since even with that they are still on.
Posted at 2:16pm on Tuesday, August 31st, 2010
Inivisalign - DON'T BOTHER!! I had a relatively 'straighforward' issue to correct and had already received orthodontic treatment as a teenager. My front tooth was protruding. In order to address this I had to have all the upper teeth moved back slightly to accomodate the tooth. Treatment continued to 4 years and remains incomplete. If you move country due to the significant length of treatment you have more costs.....Doctors don't want to know and Invisalign wash their hands. There is no central co-ordination or aftercare. All responsibility is laid at the 'Doctors' doors. Totally unsatisfied. I now face the cost of a completely 'new' treatment because there is no continuation. Doctors push this product because it costs more. Just forget the 'Invisability' and think about the benefits of finishing treatment in half the time and getting a better result!!! You might also have the benefit of getting a 'complete' treatment with these more traditional products.
Posted at 4:48am on Tuesday, August 31st, 2010
Invisiline does work but what happens if you loose your last tray before you were done with the whole process? Well that's what happened to me & I was out of a tray for 4 days when I lost my last tray that I was wearing over the long weekend. Well my dentit's office people were all on vacation so I had to wait 4 days & when I went in to see the dentist my gap came back. It started as a hair line gap & now it's moving. I thought I was just about done before this happened & now my dentist is trying this thing where they slice the retainer & attach it with rubber bands to try to bring the teeth in but all it's doing is making things worse. I can feel my teeth moving & more gaps are forming. I've been wearing this sliced retainer for 4 weeks now & all my gaps are comming back. This really s***s. Not only have I had to wear this god damn invisiline for 3 years now but I also had to pay nearly $6,000.00 And for what?! All for nothing :( So I recommend if you're going to get invisiline please only see a dentist who will back it up with regular braces.
Yoryi New York
Posted at 4:11pm on Friday, August 13th, 2010
Guys i really need your help ,I heard about invisiling , and since one of my front tooth is not straight at all , the reazon why I don't want to smile in my pictures , invisiling it's expensive but I want to know if it's worth it or not , pls replay me ! And be honest with your comments I don't want to spend money if it doesn't work.
Posted at 10:21am on Monday, August 2nd, 2010
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