Flossing and brushing, which can help forestall tooth rot and gum ailment. Some fixed orthodontic devices, like braces, can bring about gingivitis (typically reversible once the braces are removed).

Researches have demonstrated that periodontal tissue wellbeing may enhance with utilization of Invisalign aligners amid your orthodontic treatment.

Since the aligners are removable, you don't need to stress over what you eat.

There are no wires or brackets to clean, as with conventional orthodontics.


It's a whole lot less demanding to floss and brush to appropriately positioned teeth than teeth that are crooked, crowded, or too dispersed. Teeth that are properly aligned can help gums "fit" all the more firmly around them, which may prompt to better periodontal wellbeing.

With upkeep of good oral cleanliness, the odds of having tooth rot, plaque retention, or periodontal (gum) disease can be lessened.

Teeth properly aligned can be less stressful on the supporting bone jaw joints.

Getting your teeth straightened with the virtually invisible Invisalign aligners will make you feel less self-conscious and more confident.



  • Plaque and tartar buildup
  • Harbors destructive periodontal microbes
  • Risk of periodontal disease, tooth, and loss of bone


  • Food holds up between teeth
  • Risk of sore, delicate gums
  • Risk of periodontal disease


  • Over-erupted lower front teeth that can harm the palate
  • Premature wear and chipping of the lower front teeth

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