How does Invisalign work?
Invisalign treatment eradicates the need for braces, instead using a series of removable aligners, which work to straighten teeth.
The aligners are initially fitted for a period of two weeks. During this time, they are only removed for eating, drinking and for brushing teeth. Every two weeks, the user replaces the aligner set used with the next progression in the series prescribed by their dentist. Thus, with each new set, teeth become repositioned, gradually, to the point designated by your dentist, prior to treatment.
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