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.
Tell us what you think about Invisalign invisible braces - leave your Invisalign reviews.
Comments to date: 97. This is page 4 of 4.
Posted at 4:25pm on Tuesday, June 2nd, 2009
Dental emergencies don't happen too often, but if and when they do, immediate action.is often necessary.If you are in pain, this emergency dentist will aim to see you as soon as possible. emergency dentist often do it within an hour, but certainly within the day. Pretty rare for an emergency dentist in Sydney! Don't worry, emergency dentist is available almost any time, these guys are open evenings and even Sundays!
Posted at 1:50pm on Friday, May 22nd, 2009
I am in my 3rd day of wearing my first set of trays. They are definately akward and a little painful at first but now in my 3rd day I feel more comfortable with them. It takes practice to get them out, it comes in time. The only thing bugging me right now is the bottom tray, it seems like the back seam of the tray is waaay far down near the base of my tounge..its rough and scratchy.
Posted at 12:31am on Monday, March 30th, 2009
Did Not work for me at all on my top. On the bottom once done will all the sets my teeth were only fairly straight, not at all perfect like what you'd get from braces.
Posted at 10:44pm on Friday, March 27th, 2009
I was the perfect patient. I always wore the aligners, and I was fitted by an orthodontist. They did not work, and now I am wearing braces. I will probably have to wear the metal braces for 4 or 5 months, and that is after 3 sets of aligners - 29 in total, over a year of aligners for very little. Just wear the braces, that is where you end up anyway.
Joe P California
Posted at 3:02am on Wednesday, March 18th, 2009
This is a good introduction to Invisalign, but there's much more info a potential candidate needs to know, such as being eligible for Invisalign, having teeth filed, getting extended treatment, etc.
Posted at 7:31pm on Thursday, March 5th, 2009
im on my 14 of 14 and it work ok, not complete strait. not recommended.
Posted at 12:25pm on Tuesday, January 27th, 2009
I'm on tray 13 out of 14 on my top teeth and the results are amazing! Still got another 10 sets to go on the bottom teeth but am sooo glad I went for invisalign
Posted at 1:38pm on Wednesday, December 10th, 2008
marie robbins san francisco
Posted at 2:37pm on Wednesday, October 29th, 2008
definetely, I will not recommend invisalign, I had nothing but problems for the past two years and I will have to live with them for the rest of my life, my teeth are overlapping, by bit is off, can't close my jaws, wake-up with headaches, I have to put a piec of cloth in one side of my mouth when I go to sleep so it will be even with the other side. this costs me $5,000.00
Posted at 10:54pm on Wednesday, October 15th, 2008
I've been wearing them for 3 weeks now and I can tell already they are working. They especially work for spacing issues. Not heard much for people with crowding problems. A retainer was suggested after I am complete with invisalign but no braces. You will spend some time not only brushing your teeth but also the aligners but well worth it. Speach was back to normal within a day. I'd recomend them if affordable
Posted at 9:51pm on Tuesday, October 14th, 2008
I have been thinking about getting invisalign Braces, I had a consultation and was impressed until the othodontist told me at the end of treatment I still may need to wear fixed braces (train tracks) for 2-3 months, he said this is standard to tell patients this when using invisalign, did anyone else get told this?
Posted at 11:08pm on Tuesday, August 26th, 2008
im 15 and i desire to get invisaligns. Im a freshman in high school and do not wish to have the normal braces. The only thing im worried about is talking weird..
Gemma Lisburn, N.Ireland
Posted at 8:58pm on Saturday, August 9th, 2008
I have been considering having either veneers or invisalign done and I cant decide which to get, I think its best to keep my natural teeth but I dont know if I could be patient enough throughout the treatment. Any suggestions???
Posted at 7:32pm on Friday, June 27th, 2008
I started mine over a month ago and I think they are a wonderful alternative to metal braces and do not regret my decision 100%.
Posted at 2:47pm on Tuesday, June 17th, 2008
i would not recommend invisalign to anyone. My teeth were not unstraight in the first place with just the two teeth sitting next to my two big front teeth slightly overlapping. I was initially informed that treatment time would be 6 and a half months however, 1 year and 5 months later i am still left with gaps inbetween my teeth (which were not there originally but had to be made in order to create room for my teeth to move. I am devastated at the results and am now seeking to get a full refund so i can have traditional braces instead. Please read lots of reviews before deciding to go ahead with invisalignb treatment it's not as good as the makers like to make out.
Robyn South Jersey
Posted at 8:39pm on Friday, May 2nd, 2008
To Asmahan-yes not being able to close your jaw is normal...believe it or not you get used to it. Mine were very uncomfortable at first (never thought I would get used to it) but now sometimes I almost 4get to take them off before I eat.
Posted at 11:55am on Thursday, April 17th, 2008
Mine have cost me around 3888$, a series of 15 aligners top and bottom.
ashleigh epping, Australia
Posted at 11:52pm on Saturday, January 5th, 2008
do these really cost $3,500 ? i am getting braces on the 23 of january and they are going to cost $6,800.
Posted at 7:44am on Sunday, September 30th, 2007
Thanks for the invisalign reviews... Will look into the costs...
Posted at 6:11pm on Saturday, September 15th, 2007
i think these are so cool i have them and they are so ugly!! i realy wish i could have these lol !!
josey scottsdale, az
Posted at 9:57pm on Thursday, July 12th, 2007
After a 1 month wait, my aligners came in on Monday 7/9. I'm on my 4th day. I'll have 10 aligners on top and 4 on the bottom.
Posted at 9:45am on Thursday, June 7th, 2007
I have been thinking about this for a while and it sounds like a good idea.
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