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New Year, New Smile! It’s Never Too Late for Straighter Teeth

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New SmileIt is never too late to straighten your teeth and these days it couldn’t be easier. Apple Dental can supply you with the very latest Invisalign aligners to discreetly move your teeth. The clear plastic aligners are virtually invisible and are extremely easy to use. Treatment will have minimal impact on your lifestyle. So how does it work?

A Quick Overview of Invisalign Treatment

When planning your treatment, we take impressions, photos and x-rays to create your custom plan, detailing exactly how each tooth will move. All this information is converted into digital images showing how your teeth will gradually straighten, right up until the end of treatment, so you can preview your new smile before you even wear your first aligner. It normally takes between 12-14 months to straighten teeth, but we will be able to accurately predict the time required once we have planned your treatment.

During this time all you need do is wear your aligners for at least 22 hours each day. The aligners are exchanged for a fresh set every two weeks. You can take them out for eating and drinking and for brushing and flossing so there is no need to change your oral hygiene or eating habits.

Interested in finding out more? Contact Apple Dental and take the very first step towards enjoying a straighter smile this year.

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