Category Archives: invisalign

Can You Get Invisalign If You Have Porcelain Veneers?

Invisalign after porcelain veneers

Invisalign braces are designed to straighten teeth. Porcelain veneers can do the same. Choosing between veneers and Invisalign is always an option. However, if you want a smile that is straight and a bite that is completely aligned for comfort and good oral health, orthodontics is the smart route to take. But what if you already have veneers? Can you still get Invisalign? The answer might surprise you. Continue reading

Look Forward to Life After Invisalign

life after Invisalign red bank

Wearers of Invisalign love that they can straighten their teeth discreetly, eat whatever they want along the way, and usually finish their treatment long before conventional metal braces would be complete. Even though Invisalign braces are convenient to use and nearly invisible, every braces-wearer looks forward to the day when their teeth will be in complete alignment. That’s when the perks really kick in. Continue reading

5 Reasons Invisalign Wearers Love Halloween

Invisalign wearers love Halloween

Normally, people who are undergoing orthodontic treatment are disgruntled about Halloween. All that delicious candy on the do-not-eat list for braces-wearers – at least, it’s forbidden if you want to avoid damaging your brackets and wires. Invisalign wearers, however, have nothing to fear when it comes to Halloween candy. This day of the year is just one more party they have the freedom to enjoy without restrictions. Continue reading

Can Invisalign Fix Your TMJ Disorder?

Invisalign and TMJ

If you regularly awake with a sore jaw or tension headaches, there is a good chance you are grinding or clenching your teeth at night, also known as TMJ disorder. Side effects from sleep bruxism can include eroded enamel, cracked teeth, and gum recession. Plus, your temporomandibular joint just hurts and facial muscles become sore. Jaw misalignment is a common cause of TMJ disorder. Invisalign and traditional metal braces can both be used to properly reposition the lower jaw in relation to the upper jaw, eliminating TMJ problems while giving you a gorgeous, aligned smile. Continue reading