Have Your Teeth Shifted After Earlier Orthodontic Work?

Many people who undergo orthodontic correction earlier in life can look forward to many years with an attractive, straightened smile. However, there are instances where a person might see their teeth shift back to their original, incorrect positions. If you are worried about how this shifting might have affected your smile, talk to your dentist about how clear braces can help. Invisalign and ClearCorrect are both able to make adjustments to your teeth, so that they can be brought back into their appropriate positions. However, unlike with traditional braces, clear braces can go unnoticed by others. You also have the ability to remove them when you need to, so that you can more easily clean your teeth, and eat.

Using Clear Braces To Discreetly Correct Your Alignment Flaws

Clear braces gradually move teeth back into their correct positions. Over the course of your treatment, you will have several aligners to wear. You will move from one to the next at designated intervals, with dental appointments that allow your dentist to ensure everything is progressing as expected. You are able to remove your aligners on your own, so you do not have to worry about them interfering when you need to eat, or when you clean your teeth.

Find Out How Your Dentist Can Improve Your Smile

A cosmetic dental procedure can leave you with terrific smile improvements to showcase. In addition to straightening your smile, your dentist can cover up damages, and misshapen teeth. They also have the ability to fix issues with the color of your smile. Unsure of how to best approach cosmetic care? You can schedule a cosmetic consultation to find out more!

Talk To Pacific Hills Dental About Correcting Teeth That Have Shifted After Orthodontic Work

At Pacific Hills Dental, you can look forward to dedicated care that will help improve your oral health, as well as your appearance. If you need to do something about a misaligned smile, treatment with Invisalign or ClearCorrect can offer big benefits! To schedule an appointment for yourself or for a family member, call our Omaha, NE, dental office today at (402) 330-2243. We are proud to offer treatment to patients in Omaha, NE, and all surrounding areas, including Papillion, Elkhorn, La Vista, and Millard.