If you're a person with teeth, you either like the ones you have (bless up) or you hate them (sad face).
If you're on the latter end of things, welcome. Please take a seat.
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Depending on what your particular concern is (Crooked! Yellow! Crowded! Never liked 'em!), there are TONS of options out there to help you get that cute smile you've always wanted. We promise.
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Because we know exactly nothing about teeth, we asked a kind mouth wizard to help us wade through the confusing world of dental treatments.
So, here's a dentist's recommendations for people who really hate their teeth and would very much like to do something about it:
If your teeth enjoy being anything but straight, Invisalign could be a very GOOD option for you.
Heard of it? Nah?
Invisalign is basically a brand of thin clear plates (aligners) that are worn on the daily to help move your teeth into the correct position.
"I commonly use it to fix crooked teeth and bucky teeth," said Dr Aodhan Docherty from About Smiles. "The aligners are much less visible than traditional braces and it often doesn't take any longer than the old train tracks."
How long are we talkin', Doc?
"Most of my patients use them for six to 12 months, but each case is a little different, so it has to be carefully planned by the dentist and closely monitored," explained Dr Docherty. "I see my patients every four to eight weeks to track how the teeth are moving, make any adjustments and give the next few sets of aligners which you change at home yourself."