Overcrowding is a common dental problem shared by many. When teeth don’t have sufficient space to come in, they can grow crooked or overlap one upon another, wreaking havoc on your oral health. Crooked, misaligned teeth are extremely difficult to clean, causing plaque build-up that can lead to problems with cavities. Invisalign offers a solution to crowded teeth issues. At Positive Image Dental in Devonshire, Bermuda, we use Invisalign for crowded teeth to give you a straighter, healthier smile in as little as 18 months or sooner.
Genetics play a key role in your tooth health and appearance. If your parents or grandparents had crooked teeth, chances are that you will inherit this trait as well. Crowded teeth can also result from an injury that forces teeth out of alignment. How your teeth grow and develop can lead to crowded teeth issues, as large teeth can crowd out smaller ones, causing them to grow crooked.
Crowded, misaligned teeth are not only unsightly, but they can also impair your oral health by:
For many people, Invisalign offers the perfect solution to problems caused by overcrowding. If you have bite issues, crooked teeth, protruding teeth, gapped teeth, misshapen teeth, or uneven teeth, you could be a candidate for Invisalign treatment.
Your first step to perfecting your smile starts with a dental evaluation at our dental clinic. At Positive Image Dental, you work with Drs. Ian Campbell, Christopher Allington and Lara Loescher for Invisalign orthodontics. We’ll evaluate your tooth and gum health to ensure your teeth are healthy enough for this treatment. Afterwards, we’ll assess the problems that need to be fixed and discuss your vision for the smile you want to achieve. This enables us to outline a treatment plan.
Invisalign clear aligners offer many advantages over traditional braces for straightening crooked teeth. Here are just a few:
Your dream smile can be achieved with Invisalign. To schedule a consultation for Invisalign treatment, contact Positive Image Dental in Devonshire, BM at (441) 292-2312.