Your teeth may be strong and healthy. They may be as bright as they can be. That doesn’t help you if you don’t want anyone to see them. You have orthodontic problems that have made your mouth too crowded. Too much crowding has made your teeth overlap. You can’t stand it any time you look in the mirror or see a photo. You try to smile with your mouth closed because you are so self-conscious. It’s time to think about teeth straightening to give you a reason to smile.
Why Consider Teeth Straightening?
Teeth straightening can benefit you whether you are still in your teens or well into your adult years. It can give you a confidence you have never had before. When your teeth are straight, they will be in the proper alignment. Properly aligned teeth will mean it is less likely to have an issue with your bite. If your bite is correct, you may not develop a TMJ disorder that puts strain on your jaw joint. You can also reduce your chances of struggling with sleep apnea.
What are Your Options for Teeth Straightening?
The typical way to straighten teeth is braces. You can go with metal wires and brackets. Otherwise, there are ceramic brackets that can be the color of your teeth or clear. Clear aligners are another option. They are made from medical-grade plastic. You can take them out when you are eating or if you have a social function. They will be exchanged for a new set every two weeks as your teeth begin to shift. Regardless of which method you choose to straighten your teeth, the main goal will be to give you a beautiful smile. Imagine looking in the mirror and being happy about what you see. Imagine standing in front of the camera and letting your smile beam for everyone around you.
Learn More About the Benefits of Teeth Straightening
To find out what teeth straightening can mean for you, make an appointment today. You will be evaluated first. We will highlight your problem areas and talk to you about what you can do to correct them. You will learn about all your treatment options, how long it will be before you see the results, and when you get started. Once you have your plan of attack, get ready to transform your smile for the better.